The Harbour Inn B&B and Grill
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TravelPod Member ReviewsThe Harbour Inn B&B and Grill Larne
Great location, close to the ferry and a great host. Liz was very friendly and welcoming. The Inn is spotless and the bathroom the largest I have had in a BnB for a long time. Breakfast was generous as well.
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... crossed. So much for keeping my fingers crossed, the weather is poo again, wet with poor visibility. It hasn't stopped us exploring and it hasn't changed my view on the awesome scenery, it is disheartening not getting sun and clear views but we are making the most of it. Our first adventure today was to go and see why the area we was in was called the Giants Causeway. We arrived at a visitor centre early but was told we could walk down to where the Giant's causeway was. What ...
... we went home got dried off and headed back to Valerie's house where we met her husband, James, and their eldest child Jordin. I sampled a pre-mixed Southern Comfort drink that was delicious, then the Irish version of a smirnoff green apple cooler and finally had some traditional Irish Whiskey. We then strolled home and called it a night as Sunday we had plans of driving the northern coastal route up to Portstewart.
... It was a wonderful clear day around 55-65 degrees out. We returned to Larne and they took us on a sight seeing tour of some wonderful valleys and hills in the Irish Countryside, and then down to the Larne Bay where we got to see a rather large shipping liner head out to sea. We went back to their house for some tea and coffee, and after a few pictures and some plans for later in the week, we parted, perfectly ending a day that initially started hectic at ...
... tea following on and on. I still had time before I could check in at new hostel, so headed for the coast. I was looking for a cafe without luck through a couple of quiet villages but finally found the centre of life; a group of pensioners waiting outside an eatery gave Cornlough its colour, though the cafe, just over the road, had an average age nearer a comparatively young 40. After breakfast I explored, finding this was once a busy quarry, with ...
... to check out. We were meant to bus to a town called Ballymena where Kaley's friend was supposed to pick us up and take us touring out on the Causeway for the day, before dropping us at another bus station and sending us off to Derry. But, we didn't hear from him that morning. (He had texted the day before to mention he would be "going out on the ****" that night so... thinking that may have had something to do with it.) So, we decided maybe we'd rent a car and ...