Villa Farmhouse

185 Torr Road, Cushendun, County Antrim, Northern Ireland, BT44 0PU, United Kingdom | Hotel

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A travel blog entry by sarahandrich


... on the west coast and booked ourselves on a ferry to Wales in the morning. We are spending the night in the harbour carpark, It is only costing us 5 Euro and it has a lovely beach in which we walked down, well i paddled most of it. We then went up miles of steps or what seemed like it so Rich could look down on the 3 ferries' that had come in. After a long day of driving roughly 250 miles today, trying to take photo's on the move, we are now fed and settled in for the night. Wales here we ...

Giant's Causeway

A travel blog entry by lisaajane

... m sure he will be fine.
I wandered for a bit and met a guy from Sydney called James. I asked him to take my photo on the Causeway and to further humiliate myself I stumbled 3 times and fell into a puddle. Because I am just that good.
And people wonder why I am single. People as in ‘me’ people. Ahaha. Hmm.
(I have written in my notes ‘Irish guy’, but I am at a complete ...

Frozen Castles

A travel blog entry by lisaajane

... the murals, and (as he had been doing all day!) Gareth gave me a wonderful history and knowledgeable talk about them.
He is like a walking Wikipedia!
We then went home via Marks and Spencer (first time in there since Aberdeen) and got pizza and decided Frozen followed by football was the order of the night! And who knew a 25 and a 27 year old guy knew the words to Frozen!
Lisa xo ...

I made it to Ireland!!

A travel blog entry by b.mcintyre23


... off for us while visiting, and i even took my shoes off and dipped my toes into the water. :)

Between the anxiety of arriving alone in a foreign country, to the excitement of meeting so many great people in just a week of being in the beautiful Ireland - it was easy to see the next nine months would be the absolute best of my life. :) Final ...

Bushmills and the Causeway

A travel blog entry by johnnym


... blue than the Irish Sea. It used to be that you parked in a council run car park for £7 and wandered on your own. That may still be there, but the National Trust visitors centre is there and allows parking and entry for £8.50. Worth noting, though, that passing through the visitors' centre and picking up an audio guide is optional, though that fact is not widely advertised, so best to park there, have one person pay and meet the others the other side. Perhaps ...

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This hotel, located on 185 Torr Road, Cushendun, is near Glenarm Castle and Antrim Coast Road.
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