Inverbann B&B

Address: 7, Glenarm Road, Larne, County Antrim, Northern Ireland, United Kingdom | B&B
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This B&B, located on 7, Glenarm Road, Larne, is near Dunluce Castle, Carnfunnock Family Fun Zone, and Gleno Waterfall.
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    A travel blog entry by sarahandrich on Jun 24, 2014

    53 photos

    ... and ports along the way. The weather was still very wet and visibility was very poor. We both tried taking photo's of scenery but they unfortunately don't look to good. Despite the weather being as it was it was still a lovely drive and I could certainly understand why the route we were taking was called one of the Worlds Great Road Journeys. Thankfully by the time we reached Ballycastle by mid afternoon the weather was clearing as just past there was a place called Ballintoy ...

    99 Ice Cream at the Rhinka

    A travel blog entry by karanathan on Sep 12, 2013

    1 photo

    ... smaller Boots, she had no luck. Before leaving on our trip, we were told by Kara's dad that we had to get a 99 at the ice cream shop when we were here. So we traveled about fifteen minutes south of Larne to the Rhinka. It is a general store and ice cream shop. The 99 is typically vanilla ice cream in a cone with a Flakey chocolate bar shoved into it. However we opted for bubblegum and strawberry shortcake 99's. It was delicious, the Flakey is a ...

    The Worst of Times, The Best of Times

    A travel blog entry by rayandlizuk2013 on Aug 11, 2013

    1 comment, 60 photos

    ... found me one and we were on our way. This then lead to our first of what will probably be many disputes, with Liz trying to relay the GPS instructions to me, someone who is not only trying to find and learn my way around, but also drive backwards and keep an eye out for our destinations. We went a ways out of the way. This put a bit of a strain on time, and once we got to city center we had to make a few corrections to the GPS to get to the ...

    Giants Causeway and The North

    A travel blog entry by micpacfamily on Aug 10, 2013

    45 photos

    ... century and by 1513 it was inhabited by the McQuillen family. There are many stories of a ghost appearing on the cliffs of the castle, a woman in a white dress looking out to the ocean. The McQuillens lost the castle to the MacDonalds after losing two major battles. Sorley Boy MacDonnell was the most famous inhabitant. The nearby Dunluce town was burned to the ground in 1641 during the Irish uprising.

    After ...

    Ecos parkrun, Cornlough and Larne

    A travel blog entry by johnnym on Jun 01, 2013

    4 photos

    ... in the dry. The run itself is a flat but twisty figure of 8 passing the visitor centre twice. It's marked permanently, so an easy freedom parkrun, and that those markings are clear was to be a great bonus. I set off in the right position for once, near the front, and settled early on into fifth. Up ahead the leader seemed to be opening a gap, with a tall man just ahead of me and a gap to a youngster and a BR. I'd seen the youngster warming ...