Villa Farmhouse

Address: 185 Torr Road, Cushendun, County Antrim, Northern Ireland, BT44 0PU, United Kingdom | Hotel
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This hotel, located on 185 Torr Road, Cushendun, is near Glenarm Castle and Antrim Coast Road.
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    Travel Blogs from Cushendun

    Food, glorious food

    A travel blog entry by robartsroaming on Aug 02, 2015

    5 photos

    ... Being a bit starved of wifi at the light keepers house I also took the opportunity of the free wifi at the market to give mum a call. Seems I should have done this while I was with the kids though, as most of the comments from both of my parents centered around the kids and how much they missed them. I am trying not to get a complex!

    After filling our bellies at the market we headed to the Titanic Dock and Pump House, which ...

    Castles, Cliffs and Coastline

    A travel blog entry by chris_a on Aug 01, 2015

    6 photos

    ... jumping castles, tractors, vintage cars, traffic and buses. We inched through the town while trying to make sense of the heavily-accented voice making announcements over the PA system that could be heard throughout the village. It wasn't clear whether we were listening to a lost child announcement or a promotion for an upcoming event at the fair. Our journey for the day has concluded at Larne, a short distance north of Belfast where we are headed for some sightseeing ...

    Second Night in Northern Ireland - Carnlough

    A travel blog entry by tngontheroad on Sep 18, 2014

    6 photos

    ... of rock in column like formation.

    On to another photo stop at Dunseverick Castle. A really, really run down castle(ruins). A quick stop in Ballintoy Harbour because the tour guide likes the place, then on to Carrick-A-Rede Rope Bridge. The walk to the rope bridge is an agonizing 6/10s of a mile with really steep climbs and irregular rock steps. Once there a quick, like less then 3 minutes, walk across the bridge and back, then ...

    The Causeway Coastal Route

    A travel blog entry by kelleyr on Aug 08, 2014

    3 comments, 130 photos

    ... away in the wind we headed off past the Giants boot and up to a point on the promontory overlooking the bay, and then back up to a cliff top path to the visitor centre. We spent an hour there with lots of interactive things (including spying through a hole on Finn, only to have him growl with a thick Irish accent' what are you looking at?'- Anna nearly jumped out of her skin the first time; listening to debates about the origin of the stones and lifting basalt vs chalk rock). ...


    A travel blog entry by sarahandrich on Jun 24, 2014

    53 photos

    ... scenic shots in the photo's on here. Some are also taken as I was driving, if I had had a camera glued to my head i would need a bigger blog I think to put them all on.. It truly has been a very scenic beautiful day today from seeing Mountains, lakes, streams, a Fjord, harbours, old villages, cliffs and of course the Atlantic Ocean. I am guessing tomorrow will be just as permitting that is. It has been 2 weeks today since we set off and we are just over half way ...