The Fullerton Arms

Address: 22 Main Street, Ballycastle, County Antrim, Northern Ireland, BT54 6LX, United Kingdom | 2 star hotel
 
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This 2 star hotel, located on 22 Main Street, Ballycastle, is near Causeway Coast and Whitepark Bay.
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    Travel Blogs from Ballycastle

    31 Miles of Breathtaking Scenery

    A travel blog entry by mikeandbridget on May 03, 2014

    3 comments, 27 photos


    *We could talk about this race for days, but for the sake of keeping the blog up-to-date, we've written a quick summary with LOTS of pictures. We'll update the post at a later date with full synopsis. Race morning started later than usual... a 1:00pm start allowed us time to sleep in, grab a bite to eat, and enjoy a cup of coffee …

    Giant Causeway

    A travel blog entry by acps on May 23, 2015

    1 photo

    Giant causeway: When we finished Derry's visit we went to the giant causeway. It's a big place next to the sea were you can see really impressive rocks cut in geometrical forms. There are two explanations one says that it's because of the natur of the rock and an other which is a legend about two giants who were ...

    Giant causeway

    A travel blog entry by khadrienicolas on May 23, 2015

    1 photo


    Giant
    Causeway :



    We think the
    visit of the Giant Causeway was the funniest visit of the week. We
    were free. It was very cool to climb on the rocks and take photos
    with our friends. The place is very special and mysterious because no
    one really knows why it exists. Scientists explain that it was
    because of the climate and the time. The legend says that a long time
    before there was a giant ...

    O'Cahan's and McCausland's

    A travel blog entry by kyajade on Dec 23, 2013

    27 photos

    ... where we crossed the big white peace bridge to the more Protestant side of town. We said our final goodbye to Darren on a corner, as he was going a different way to visit a friend, then kept walking towards the train station. --and now my Darren will be referred to as Darren again!!-- I wasn't 100% sure, and didn't want to risk missing this train, so I asked a man at the next corner if we were still going the right way, and he said we were, and that he was going to the train station ...

    Dundalk & Carlingford to Ballycastle

    A travel blog entry by jenh1211 on Oct 06, 2013

    4 photos

    ... with medieval ruins and lots of very scenic little houses in narrow streets overlooking the water. Nothing much happens in Ireland until after 11am, especially on Sunday so getting there about 9.30 Sunday morning meant we we free to wander without too many people around. The ruins are here and there around the town and open to anyone, except where they've become part of a local business. Visited the sights around the town: the priory, King ...