The Village B&B

Address: Mill Street, Cushendall, County Antrim, Northern Ireland, BT44 0RR, United Kingdom | 2 star b&b
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This 2 star B&B, located on Mill Street, Cushendall, is near Glenarm Castle, Antrim Coast Road, and Clandeboye Golf Club.
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    Travel Blogs from Cushendall

    Drive up the coast to Bushmills (Northern Ireland)

    A travel blog entry by samatt1020 on Oct 18, 2015

    3 comments, 20 photos

    ... that are the result of a volcanic eruption. It was beautiful, especially because the sun was setting. We made it to the B&B with 6 min to spare until the end of check in. Our B&B is in the country, smells sort of similar to Lancaster county. It is beautiful though. After a quick unpacking, we went to downtown Bushmills for a super unfriendly pint of cider at fin Mac cools public house. Ended up having a few appetizers at ...

    Whiskey, Giants, Castles, and Rope

    A travel blog entry by karanathan on Sep 09, 2013

    1 comment, 32 photos

    ... of horizontal columns jutting out from the sea and it's quite vast and unique. It was about a fifteen minute walk down a long hill to get to the Causeway and much like everything in the world, you have to pay to get in. Again very reasonably priced though. All in all we were there for over two hours taking photos, climbing the rocks, and even taking in a bag-piper playing on the Causeway. Feeling lazy we paid the one pound bus fee to get back to the ...


    A travel blog entry by londonpenguin on Sep 14, 2011

    3 comments, 5 photos

    ... 8221; Union Jacks were flying, curbs were painted red, white and blue, and there was a large sign reading “No surrender.” Farther along, we looked over the wall again to see another much uglier wall dividing that section of the city from a Catholic section.

    Along the widest section of the wall, Martin told us that wealthy and fashionable Protestants used to parade up and down that section, and it became known as the catwalk. And that's where we ...

    A hard days sailing

    A travel blog entry by simoncole on Aug 10, 2011

    ... to anchor under sail (although we have all done this during our RYA courses.) We went about again in the driving rain and aimed for Cushendun, Red Bay, 20 miles North of Larne. The engine restarted OK after a couple of hours rest and we anchored with no problem. That was 21:30, and by 22:00 we were eating a delightful beef stew that Viv had prepared in the morning which had been cooking slowly all day.

    Right now it's 23:36 and I have just started the engine ...

    Cushendall, Co. Antrim

    A travel blog entry by tomodea on Jun 20, 2011

    16 photos

    ... and Mussenden Temple. Again the structures are now deserted and largely in ruins but the house was huge and the temple most impressive. Erosion means that the temple is now very close to the cliff edge and visitors are prevented from walking around it.

    Ruth then navigated following the most direct route back to Cushendall. She checked that the roads were at least B roads. Both the map and the TomTom said so but we ...