Enjoy a walking break

Stay in the Glens of Antrim and explore the coastal paths, forest walks, mountain hikes, and beach strolls.

The Gobbins, Glenarm Castle, Cranny Falls, Glenariff Forest Park, Lurig Mountain, Ossinan’s Grave, Cushendun Caves, Layde Walk, Ronan’s Way, Torr Head, Fairhead, Kenbane Castle.

Fishing, golfing, walking, cycling, photography, painting

Stay in Tavnaghoney Cottages and enjoy a game of golf at Cushendall Golf Course, less than 3 miles away, or visit Ballycastle Golf Course; and the famous courses at Portstewart, Royal Portrush or Castlerock.

Many cycling groups tour the Glens, enjoying the views and challenging routes.

Local painters and artists are inspired by the regional beauty of the landscapes. Famous local artists include Charlie McAuley and Sam McLarnon, whose art celebrate local life and beauty spots.



16th & 17th May

John Hewitt School

John Hewitt was born in Belfast on 28th October 1907. His love of the Glens of Antrim inspired him to write ‘The Day of the Corncrake:Poems of the Nine Glens’ in 1969. He visited the Glens often and there is a stone cairn in memory of him beside Ossian’s Grave in Glenaan. The cairn is a 15 minute walk from Tavnaghoney Cottages and the views are beautiful.


2nd – 4th May

Archery activities, age 7+

Charges and booking requirements apply to some events – for further information ring 028 282 70541

Drive along the stunning Antrim Coast Road to Carnfunnock (about a 35 minute journey). Take the Tower Road which will take you off the coast road to view the impressive Garron Tower built for Lady Londonderry. The tower Road will join up again with the coast road.

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