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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        Blown away … by wind & history

        A travel blog entry by robartsroaming on Aug 03, 2015

        10 photos

        Well last night we saw, or more accurately heard the flip side of living on the edge of a cliff overlooking the sea. The wind was live nothing I have ever heard before and it went all night! I don't know exactly how much sleep I got, but it wasn’t much and I think this was the same for Lil and Lyndon (it’s amazing how Spencer can sleep through anything except the pictures in his head) so we had a very lazy morning lying around the ...

        No TV, no WIFI, fine …. but no hairdryer??

        A travel blog entry by robartsroaming on Jul 30, 2015

        5 photos

        ... our windows straight on to the waters of the North Channel, between Northern Island and Scotland. We unpacked the car and got acquainted with the house. The kids had been pre-warned that there was no wifi and no TV and whilst not very impressed they didn’t complain. I can understand not having technology in a place like this, I mean who needs it when the views are so spectacular? But a girl still needs to do her hair!! WHERE IS THE ...

        The Craic with Craig

        A travel blog entry by augem1 on Oct 15, 2014

        1 comment, 28 photos

        ... They were both breathtaking inside and were decorated with beautiful, eye-catching stained glass. In the Roman Catholic cathedral, we heard an organist play, which gave the cathedral so much life even though it was hundreds of years old.

        We got back to Dublin and visited Trinity College, which houses the famous “Book of Kells” and the “Book of Armagh”. Dad and I did not ...

        The Causeway Coastal Route

        A travel blog entry by kelleyr on Aug 08, 2014

        3 comments, 130 photos

        ... Island not far off the coast and famous for its puffin colonies. We went for a walk into the town centre and got a few supplies at the Coop before heading back to the van ahead of some ominous-looking rain clouds. There was supposed to be an ex-hurricane hitting the UK that afternoon so we thought it might be good idea to stay around in case we have to spend a day in the van. We moved back around the bay to a little carpark right on the beach and ended up staying there. ...


        A travel blog entry by sarahandrich on Jun 24, 2014

        53 photos

        ... the evening. It was a great night, the landlord was even one of the musician and the little place was packed full with tourists and like us, all in very good spirits. We had a lovely sleep in this morning and didn't get up until 9 o'clock..I think the 4 pints of beer helped a treat. We hit the road about 10.30 today and headed off to Strandhill in Sligo where we thought we was going to spend the night. We arrived at a campsite but I didn't like the look or feel of the place so ...