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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      Titanic Belfast

      A travel blog entry by boomermaxwell on Nov 10, 2014

      8 photos

      ... exhibition with interactive displays, a lift up the Arrol Gantry, a "ride" in a car through the bowels of the ship, and lots of historical titbits. What a great place! Museums are not what they used to be anymore.

      Set off at last out of Belfast and headed to the north coast. Camped for the night on a farm overlooking the distant sea, not far from the Giant's Causeway, for tomorrow. Wind buffeting the truck and ...

      Best part of the North

      A travel blog entry by oshaughnessy89 on Sep 04, 2014

      1 comment, 45 photos

      ... best sites including the nun's walk, Kevin's school and the Anchor Hotel where Seamus spent all of his student grant in his younger years. This was also one of the nicest pubs we have visited. Sorry Seamus, they didn't know you. We enjoyed our pints and have done our best to souvenir something for Seamus. He will have to wait.

      After the pints we ambled down the street to find The Toman favourite Ice Cream store (see photos) and had ...

      A very busy day

      A travel blog entry by watties42 on Jul 11, 2014

      ... Drove along the coast on incredibly small, windy road, stopping in several little villages along the way. One of them had some cool caves which we think were used in game of thrones. Our first official stop along this incredibly beautiful coastline was the rope bridge. I had been fearing this a little for a long time as Glenn had been beating it up, but it wasn't really scary at all, just a really beautiful place. Next stop ...

      Day 10 Glasgow to Derry/Londonderry

      A travel blog entry by jilly56 on May 06, 2014

      17 photos

      We had a 7, 8 and 9 morning thank goodness! Our ferry for Ireland leaves at 11.30 so we have plenty of time to get to the terminal, have a. Offer and loo break and then the 2 and a quarter hours to cross. Until we get to the terminal and are told the ferry has engine trouble! We are told we can get a 1.30pm ferry from another terminal an hour away. So we get to enjoy a drive along the Scottish coastline for another hour - it is breathtaking! ...

      Bushmills and the Causeway

      A travel blog entry by johnnym on Jun 06, 2013

      4 photos

      ... a quick hour, with 20 minutes down to the beach and 40 back (not so good at the up, it seems) left me feeling fit rather than creaky. I headed for Bushmills distillery, with an interesting tour-the smells are the best bit, and a dram of Black Bush afterwards. From there it's a short hop up the coast to the Giant's Causeway. Stunning scenery, though if you've driven up the coastal road already then you're well used to that by the time you get there. I thought the Atlantic looked a ...