Causeway Lodge

Address: 52 Moycraig Road, Bushmills, County Antrim, Northern Ireland, BT57 8TB , United Kingdom | Lodge
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This lodge, located on 52 Moycraig Road, Bushmills, is near Carrick-A-Rede Rope Bridge, Causeway Coast, Bushmills Distillery, and Whitepark Bay.
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    Exploring Northern Ireland

    A travel blog entry by jessielewcock on Jan 02, 2015

    ... sea when out on the rocks. For many Aussies this is Rockfishing Rule #1 so we were already prepared to be careful. It was also very foamy, like a gigantic sandy bubble bath! Naturally it was crowded being a major tourist destination and Northern Ireland's only World Heritage site, but we still got to explore and climb and have a great time. Through the trip we passed through many little coastal towns and also stopped at the Bushmills Distillery for lunch. There was also a photo ...

    Giants, Bridges and Riots

    A travel blog entry by will.kruss on Dec 14, 2014

    11 photos

    ... It can be a little confusing as everything goes from Miles (Northern Ireland) to KMs (Ireland). Thankfully our GPS was on top of it and displayed everything in KMs for us, which is what our cars speedometer displays. We spent a portion of the journey explaining to Annabelle that God and Jesus are not the same person, and how she needs to read and learn and make her own decisions on what she believes. I pointed out that many years ago people believed the world was ...

    Northern Ireland, Giant's Causeway

    A travel blog entry by queenscoroots on Sep 23, 2014

    2 comments, 25 photos

    ... This 13th century ruined castle stands majestically overlooking the Atlantic Ocean. It must have been truly imposing in its day. Apparently it was destroyed by a massive storm. I must say that Ireland's topography is very similar to New Brunswick's (which at one point was going to be called "New Ireland"), with rolling hills, fields, and trees. Even the cattle here look like NB cattle, although we saw some odd looking black furry cattle with a white stripe around ...

    Following in Giant footsteps

    A travel blog entry by charlotterowley on Jul 12, 2014

    5 photos

    ... have alleviated that! And once over the other side, free to explore the small grassy mound. It wasn't too exciting. Lots of seagulls flying around (nests on a neighbouring rock) and nice views over to both Rathlin Island and Scotland! The weather still holding out nicely, we wandered back over to the mainland and a slightly different route back to the car park. It took an hour to walk the round trip. No need for lunch - still full from the huge breakfast! So ...

    The Giants Causeway

    A travel blog entry by rebecca.taylor on May 04, 2014

    ... towns are amazing!

    So after breakfast we went for a walk along the coast which was beautiful except for the fact that the weather was turning and it was starting to rain. I thought... bugger this, I would prefer a nice warm nap to getting wet outside. So back to the hotel I went while the others carried on.

    They woke me up about an hour later after apparently lunging all over the countryside and we finished packing up all our stuff and ...