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

    Port Rush

    A travel blog entry by sgillies on Apr 20, 2015

    9 photos

    ... stands here. A tower built in 1805 to monitor shipping. We then drove on and passed a sign that pointed to the northernmost pub in Ireland. We couldn't resist and had to stop in. What a bonus! This made our great day even better. On the way in I was taking a photo of the front sign, when a man drove up and offered to take our photo. He said he was the publican's brother. This was a very small village I might add. A pub and a couple ...

    Exploring Northern Ireland

    A travel blog entry by jessielewcock on Jan 02, 2015

    ... We returned to the hotel room, however, to the news that a massive fire in Adelaide was threatening the homes of my family and friends, and even my own suburb to an extent. It was a horrible feeling, coming back on a high from an awesome day to find out frustratingly few bits of frightening information that the people I love weren't safe, and my heart sank through my chest. I feel better after speaking with Dad and Mum but horrified that it's only going to get worse as I sleep ...

    The Causeway Coastal Route

    A travel blog entry by kelleyr on Aug 08, 2014

    3 comments, 130 photos

    ... Band. Apparently it was to be quite a big day there and they were marching through their own villages first. We stopped for breakfast in a scenic layby just before Glenariff, and then went through Cushendall to Cushendun where we went for a walk along the beach. Anna and I set off later in the other direction and found some big caves. Then on to Ballycastle, a reasonable-sized town with a nice beach. We went down to the tourist office for wifi and saw where the ferry leaves ...


    A travel blog entry by sarahandrich on Jun 24, 2014

    53 photos

    ... performers enchanting melodies playing harp and violin. To pass time we had a quick trip into Limerick city where we hoped to of found a 'Milk Market' but it must of closed early or not on so we just had a walk to see King John's Castle by the side of the canal ( I seem to think all cities or big towns in Ireland have canals or Harbours!! ) Again another place steeped in history and lovely to walk through. We are now parked back at Bunratty Castle, we have a few hours to wait so I ...

    In the footsteps of Finn McCool

    A travel blog entry by helenlilley on Sep 10, 2013

    11 photos

    ... went across. The crossing was scary, and I didn't have the nerve to look down, I was just focusing on keeping my balance. The hardest part was climbing up the trail to the top of the island after the bridge -- my legs were a little rubbery from the bridge! Rubber legs are not the best thing to have when climbing around a cliff. It was completely worth it. Carrick-a-Rede is quite wild and starkly beautiful. And seemed windy. And getting windier. While I was on ...