Causeway Lodge

Address: 52 Moycraig Road, Bushmills, County Antrim, Northern Ireland, BT57 8TB , United Kingdom | Lodge
 
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Location

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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      Travel Blogs from Bushmills

      A very happy snappy day.

      A travel blog entry by kim-davis on Feb 17, 2015

      1 comment, 17 photos

      ... called Benandonner. Fionn could never hope to beat him, so he rushed home over the causeway with his tail between his legs, but Benandonner came following him to see what all the fuss was about. When Fionn got home to his wife, the very bright Oonagh, she heard the story and hid Fionn in a baby's cradle dressed as an infant. When Benandonner got to Ireland he found a massive baby, and was told by Oonagh that this is Fionn's child. ...

      Keep Calm, It'll Be Grand

      A travel blog entry by rachplume on Feb 07, 2015

      7 comments, 39 photos

      ... one side of the Wall live the Catholics, and on the other side (past locked gates) are the Protestants, who still rarely intermingle. Such fun to be told today however that the tricolour Irish flag is green for Gaelic Ireland, white for the aspiration of peace, and orange for Northern Ireland (after William of Orange who overtook it with his troops).

      Belfast was a very cool city architecturally as it's fashioned in a Victorian style because of it's continued ties with Britain. ...

      Northern Ireland, Giant's Causeway

      A travel blog entry by queenscoroots on Sep 23, 2014

      2 comments, 25 photos

      ... that in Belfast, all the buildings in town have protective covers over the windows, because you never know when a riot or gunfire could break out. Greeeaatt. The police station has a massive wire fence surrounding it. We are not in Kansas anymore! We then drove by the port where the fateful ship Titanic was built. It was apparently Queen Victoria that gave Belfast the status of a city rather than a town. Several streets bear her name, and there's a statue of her ...

      Following in Giant footsteps

      A travel blog entry by charlotterowley on Jul 12, 2014

      5 photos

      ... centre, not the actual walk. So we asked the car park attendant where the causeway was. His response 'you're at it!'. Well yes. While this car park is quite spectacular. This isn't quite it. But eventually he got it, and pointed us through a tunnel. Random. The Giant's Causeway is a UNESCO world heritage site. Comprising 40,000 interlocking basalt columns, the result of an ancient volcanic eruption. You can walk the 15 ish minutes down to the bottom of the ...

      May 31

      A travel blog entry by gabbyfangor on May 31, 2014

      2 comments, 5 photos

      Today we had a really long day. We got up at 4 am and left for the airport at 4:30 for our flight to Londonderry, Ireland. Once we got there we waited for the bus only to find out Northern Ireland still used pounds, which we didn't have. Then we found out it would be actually be cheaper to take a can to Bushmills rather than 2 buses and a train! We got to the hostel around 9:30 and drop off our bags. ...