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Tavnaghoney Cottages

Tavnaghoney Cottages are near Cushendall and Cushendun in north-east Antrim, and a stunning drive over the mountain from Armoy & Ballymoney, of Armada fame.  They are in an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty, on the Causeway Coastal Route and the world-famous Antrim Coast.

This Coastal drive offers visitors’ beautiful rugged coastal views packed with attractions such Dunluce Castle, a medieval ruin perched precariously on a cliff edge.  Or experience the rolling waves at Portrush and Portstewart and surf the day away on these picturesque beaches.  You may want to share the stage of  champions and visit the famous Royal Portrush golf course.  Just a short distance away you can visit the world famous Giant’s Causeway, a natural tourist attraction and home of the sleeping giant Finn MacCool, an attraction that should not be missed. For the thrill seekers among you the Carrick-a-Rede Rope Bridge is a must, this restored means of connecting a tiny island to the North Coast offers a vertigo inducing experience for all the family, well, for those brave enough to cross!featured2

As with every getaway you can expect new and challenging sites and experiences to bring you back time and time again. With new attractions such as The Gobbins and Titanic, Belfast to give the whole family an experience to enjoy, Northern Ireland has a lot to offer.  For those loyal fans of The Games of Thrones there are a multitude of sites and film locations at hand, from The King’s Road (The Dark Hedges) to The Stormlands (The Cushendun Caves, 5 mins away).

 

  • Peaceful rural setting, convenient to local villages, stunning scenery and famous sights.
  • Outstanding glen views and situated in the heart of the 9 Glens of Antrim.
  • Cottages each sleep 7, with inter-connecting gardens, ideal for larger groups holidaying together
  • 5 min drive to Cushendall or Cushendun villages
  • Nestled at the foot of the stunning Glenaan/Orra Mountain Drive

Latest Prices (go to Booking.com)

Low season                                      High season

1 Jan- 31 Mar 2017                       1 Apr- 4 Sep 2017

5 Sep-14 Dec2017                         15 Dec-31 Dec 2017

 

 

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