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

      The Emerald Isle

      A travel blog entry by rdtodd on Apr 01, 2015

      3 comments, 27 photos

      ... to the Loop Head peninsula where we were almost the only visitors exploring the area. Amazing seaside cliffs, crashing waves, peaceful farms and an imposing lighthouse right on the end of the peninsula was a treat for all the senses. On a walking section we were able to get close to the Bridges of Ross. Only one of the original natural stone bridges remain after centuries of ocean erosion. Seeing the roaring waves (and it was a relatively quiet day) ...

      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

      ... 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). ...

      Northern Ireland

      A travel blog entry by themoloneys on Jun 05, 2014

      23 photos

      ... ago, so it was very high-tech. There was a virtual tour of the levels of the ship, a simulation down 2 1/2 km down to the wreck and a Disney ride of the construction of the ship. It was really cool and interactive. We learned a ton. A double decker bus tour was next. It toured around the city, out to Stormont (a government building) and around the neighbourhoods of the Troubles. We saw ...

      Short exploration

      A travel blog entry by misneach on Jan 23, 2014

      ... of the story, Fionn defeats Benandonner. In another, Fionn hides from Benandonner when he realises that his foe is much bigger than him. Fionn's wife, Oonagh, disguises Fionn as a baby and tucks him in a cradle. When Benandonner sees the size of the 'baby', he reckons that its father, Fionn, must be a giant among giants. He flees back to Scotland in fright, destroying the causeway behind him so that Fionn could not follow. Across the sea, there are identical ...