Limepark Arts Center & Cottages
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Fitness/Health center
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Kids activities or Babysitting
- Pets allowed
TripAdvisor Reviews Limepark Arts Center & Cottages Armoy
Travel Blogs from Armoy
... Sam was a trooper and apologized the whole way until Matt could not deal with any more "I'm sorry"'s. The drive was spectacular with stunning views for miles of the coast and small towns. You can understand why everyone says Ireland is so green.We found a place to stop and have lunch at Harry's in Cushendall. Very interesting and wonderful salad with fresh and local prawns and crawfish and a bowl of seafood chowder with salmon and ...
... called for libation so we moved on to the Old Bushmills Distillery, founded over 400 years ago, for a tour of the full production and packaging line after which we sampled a 12 year old Bushmills Irish Whiskey. Very smooth! Left the Distillery bound for a hike to a 90 foot high rope footbridge across a narrow chasm to a small island where fishermen have checked their salmon nets for 200 years. No, it's not been the same bridge all that time. Unlike ...
... worth the effort of the walk alone. With our fears conquered in terms of crossing deep ravines with swirling North Atlantic Ocean waters below, waiting to swallow up any visitors unsteady on their feet, we backtracked to the Giants' Causeway - a World Heritage-listed site. Our B&B host, Timothy, had suggested we consider avoiding the designated Giants' Causeway car park and Information Centre (with associated entry fee of £9 per person) and instead enjoy morning ...
Drive day today. Long day driving, not much touring. We avoided motorways to see a little scenery, pass through the odd town, see the odd ruin, the odd church, but otherwise mostly spent in the car. We stopped at Charlestown for breakfast and Letterkenny for a ...
... of rock in column like formation.
On to another photo stop at Dunseverick Castle. A really, really run down castle(ruins). A quick stop in Ballintoy Harbour because the tour guide likes the place, then on to Carrick-A-Rede Rope Bridge. The walk to the rope bridge is an agonizing 6/10s of a mile with really steep climbs and irregular rock steps. Once there a quick, like less then 3 minutes, walk across the bridge and back, then ...