Address: 28 Ballyclogh Road, Bushmills, County Antrim, Northern Ireland, BT57 8UZ, United Kingdom | Hotel
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This hotel, located on 28 Ballyclogh Road, Bushmills, is near Giant's Causeway, Bushmills Distillery, Royal Portrush Golf Club - Dunluce Links, and Bushfoot Golf Club.
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Travel Blogs from Bushmills

Portstewart to Bally Castle & everywhere Inbetween

A travel blog entry by whelan_89 on Nov 20, 2014

... our way to the carrack-a-rede bridge! The carrack-a-rede bridge was built in the 1600's by salmon fisherman who used it to get from the Ireland mainland to a small island to check their fishing nets! Obviously it had been redone now to make sure it is safer but boy is it still scary! It's probably 30-40 metres above the crashing ocean waves with just a plank of wood over the ropes to make it easier to walk one! It was £5 to walk ...

Titanic Belfast

A travel blog entry by boomermaxwell on Nov 10, 2014

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Battled the crawling motorway - Northern Ireland only has 2 motorways - to get to the Titanic Quarter of the city. We passed " the Belfast Balls."
Like so many cities with a harbour, Belfast is undergoing a revolution, turning docks etc into pedestrian precincts, museums and film studios.

We went to Titanic Belfast. Opened in March 2012, costing 77 million pounds, the building itself rivals the Guggenheim in ...

Northern Ireland, Giant's Causeway

A travel blog entry by queenscoroots on Sep 23, 2014

2 comments, 25 photos

... Albert near the centre of the city. Our first stop was Carrick-a-Rede, which has a hanging rope bridge. "Carrick-a-Rede" means "the rock in the road" in Irish Gaelic. It is about a 20 minute hike full of spectacular ocean views to get to the bridge. Apparently, in days of old, salmon fisherman erected the first rope bridge (a single rope) in order to cross to the rocky island to check on their nets. The bridge hangs 1,000 feet above the sea, and consists of boards ...

Following in Giant footsteps

A travel blog entry by charlotterowley on Jul 12, 2014

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... centre, not the actual walk. So we asked the car park attendant where the causeway was. His response 'you're at it!'. Well yes. While this car park is quite spectacular. This isn't quite it. But eventually he got it, and pointed us through a tunnel. Random. The Giant's Causeway is a UNESCO world heritage site. Comprising 40,000 interlocking basalt columns, the result of an ancient volcanic eruption. You can walk the 15 ish minutes down to the bottom of the ...

May 31

A travel blog entry by gabbyfangor on May 31, 2014

2 comments, 5 photos

... and got something to eat at a local diner. Then we took the bus to Giants Causeway. It was so cool! We did a little hike around there and it was really beautiful. Then we got back on the bus at 12:30 and went to the Carrick-a-rede bridge. This was just as cool but a little scary even though I'm not scared of heights. It was this small little bridge and we also had to go on a little walk to get to ...

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