The Riverside Bed And Breakfast

Address: 14 Mill Street, Cushendall, County Antrim, Northern Ireland, BT44 0RR, United Kingdom | B&B
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This B&B, located on 14 Mill Street, Cushendall, is near Glenarm Castle, Antrim Coast Road, and Clandeboye Golf Club.
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      A very happy snappy day.

      A travel blog entry by kim-davis on Feb 17, 2015

      1 comment, 17 photos

      ... by an ancient volcanic eruption, with the resultant lava spilling into the sea and heating and cooling until it formed into fascinating columns of hexagons. Or at least that's the scientific version. The Irish version is that an ancient giant called Fionn McCool built the causeway as an access point to Scotland so that he could fight other giants. He was a bit of a show-off. However, when he got to Scotland he was dismayed to find a ...

      Keep Calm, It'll Be Grand

      A travel blog entry by rachplume on Feb 07, 2015

      7 comments, 39 photos

      ... one side of the Wall live the Catholics, and on the other side (past locked gates) are the Protestants, who still rarely intermingle. Such fun to be told today however that the tricolour Irish flag is green for Gaelic Ireland, white for the aspiration of peace, and orange for Northern Ireland (after William of Orange who overtook it with his troops).

      Belfast was a very cool city architecturally as it's fashioned in a Victorian style because of it's continued ties with Britain. ...

      Cushendall, Co. Antrim

      A travel blog entry by tomodea on Jun 22, 2011

      16 photos

      ... almost warm. The temperature had risen to 15 deg C. Tom took more photos of flowers; he has a huge collection already.

      We continued south through Larne and onto Islandmagee, which is actually a peninsula along the coast from south of Larne up to off Larne. There were some great views of the scenery of the coast from this small spit.

      Then back to the B&B, after only travelling about 200 km. This is quite a lot of travel on the local ...

      Ulster Scots, Bushmills, Peace Rocks

      A travel blog entry by wolfa on Jun 16, 2011

      ... to learn a lot from him and we were really excited to see his view points.
      That day we went to Gary's hometown of Ballymoney. Ballymoney was bombed quite frequently during the Troubles. Gary told us about how when he was a boy he would walk home from school with battles and fights going on all around him and for him it was just a normal day. It was crazy to think that this could be anything but abnormal. He showed us a quick tour of the town and then ...

      On the road again...

      A travel blog entry by zac_reed on May 22, 2010


      Today we say goodbye to our friends in Cushendall and we head to Omagh. It's been an incredible first week. Yesterday at the Giant's Causeway and Bushmill's distillery was incredible, but I'll update on that later. For now, we say goodbye and hit the road. I'm hoping to have wifi in Omagh so I can upload lots and lots and lots of ...