The Glens Hotel

Address: 6 Coast Road, Cushendall, County Antrim, Northern Ireland, BT44 ORU , United Kingdom | 2 star inn
 
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Location

This 2 star inn, located on 6 Coast Road, Cushendall, is near Glenarm Castle, Antrim Coast Road, and Clandeboye Golf Club.
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    TravelPod Member ReviewsThe Glens Hotel Cushendall

    Reviewed by busmartins

    Over priced and under performed

    Reviewed Sep 15, 2015
    by (14 reviews) Adelaide , Australia Flag of Australia

    Nothing memorable about this stay. It was a reminder not to leave things until there are no options left. The room was very average and with a charge of 70 Euros B&B which we were able to bring down to 65 Euros, was still over priced. The bathroom was very musty smelling and I think the bed must have been one of the originals. Grateful we were only there for one night. We were the only guests and I'm not surprised why.

    This review is the subjective opinion of a TravelPod member and not of TravelPod.com.

    TripAdvisor Reviews The Glens Hotel Cushendall

    3.50 of 5 stars Very Good
     

    Travel Blogs from Cushendall

    Drive up the coast to Bushmills (Northern Ireland)

    A travel blog entry by samatt1020 on Oct 18, 2015

    3 comments, 20 photos

    Today started out again with breakfast at the B&B in Dublin. Sam got the traditional Irish breakfast, while Matt enjoyed the poached eggs that Sam got the day before. After packing up and stuffing the rental car with the luggage, we set off for the costal highway. Second attempt at driving in Ireland went very well. Matt caught on quickly even when trying to keep his cool with the iPhone and map issues trying to get ourselves out ...

    Whiskey, Giants, Castles, and Rope

    A travel blog entry by karanathan on Sep 09, 2013

    1 comment, 32 photos

    ... islands just off the coast. It spans about fifty feet and sways back and forth with the winds of the sea. Thankfully getting there near the end of the day it was quite quiet in terms of visitors. It is about a 1.5km walk to get to the bridge so be sure to have good walking shoes if doing the Causeway Coastal Route. Crossing the bridge is a bit nerve racking but the wind was somewhat calm so the bridge was not swaying back and forth to much. It's still a ...

    Trouble

    A travel blog entry by londonpenguin on Sep 14, 2011

    3 comments, 5 photos

    ... She was killed there in 1971 by crossfire and was the 100th fatality of the Troubles. In the original mural, a gun was painted next to Annette, and there was a large silhouette of a butterfly. Today, the gun has been repainted and broken, and the butterfly has been painted in pretty colors to signify that peace has finally come.

    While we were on our walk, several schoolchildren walked by. Martin remarked that you wouldn't have seen that a few years ago, children ...

    A hard days sailing

    A travel blog entry by simoncole on Aug 10, 2011

    ... in the first half of September so we plan to resume our passage when after all that.

    This morning we agonised a bit, discussed options and decided to motor for half an hour South, moor and go ashore at Cushendall. The engine complained but didn't konk out. Unfortunately the outboad motor for the tender wasn't happy and we weren't prepared to risk breaking down half way to shore, so we are back on board reading, praticing Ukelele and what have you until 5am ...

    Cushendall, Co. Antrim

    A travel blog entry by tomodea on Jun 19, 2011

    4 photos

    ... br> All we did in Bushmills today was go to the Tourist office to arrange accommodation. We found another quiet B&B, this one out of Cushendall in the midst of the Antrim glens. The view from our bedroom is of the Red Bay, yet another pretty bay, with fields, a few houses and cliffs.

    On the suggestion of our hostess we booked at the local ...