Self Catering Holiday Homes & Cottages in Antrim
Some of the most picturesque scenery in the world can be found in county Antrim with picturesque towns and scenic fishing villages along the Causeway Coast. Experience isolated rugged landscapes with the highest points being Knocklayd at 1,690 ft and Slieveanorra at 1,670 ft. From the eastern coast the hills rise and, on both coasts, there are several popular towns, including Portrush known for its golf links, Portballintrae and Ballycastle. On the east visit the pretty villages of Cushendun, Cushendall, Waterfoot, Carnlough, Glenarm, Larne on the Sea of Moyle, and Whitehead on Belfast Lough.
Antrim Coast RoadThe Antrim Coast Road stretches between Belfast and Derry-Londonderry. Discover approximately 80 miles of the most spectacular coastal scenery you will find anywhere in the world. You will pass some beautiful sights such as The Giant’s Causeway, The Carrick-a-Rede Rope Bridge, Dunluce Castle, Glenariff Forest Park, The Gobbins Cliff Walk and the award winning Portrush Whiterocks Beach.
Discover North AntrimCarrick-a-Rede Rope Bridge is a world-famous rope bridge which links to the mainland to the tiny island of Carrickarede. It is 20 meters long rope and positioned 30 meters above the sea and rocks below. Open all year round subject to weather conditions and sure to provide a memorable experience on your next self-catering holiday in Antrim.
Dunluce Castle located between Portballintrae and Portrush is a medieval castle located dramatically close to a headland that plunges straight into the ocean. Under the castle is a sea cave that is accessible from both land and water, and the main way to access the castle is by crossing a bridge that has replaced the castles original rock made connection over the years. On your next holiday in Antrim discover dramatic cliffs and the beautiful coast-line of the west. The most strikingly cliffs can be found at Fair Head and the celebrated Giant's Causeway. The famous Giant's Causeway, a unique landscape and a UNESCO World Heritage Site.
Famed in poetry, song, myth and magic there are nine Glens of Antrim. Hike the Glens of Antrim on your next holiday in Antrim which radiate from the Antrim Plateau to the coast. The Glens are an area of outstanding natural beauty and are a major tourist attraction in north Antrim.
Antrim is home Bushmills, the oldest licensed distillery in the world, which was granted a license to distill in 1608 and an easy each form our holiday accommodation in Antrim.
Golfing in County AntrimThe main golf club in County Antrim is undoubtedly Royal Portrush, where members play over two fantastic championship 18-hole links course. The world-famous Dunluce and the much-underrated Valley. Antrim of course as a selection of wonderful golf courses such as Galgorm Castle Golf Club, Malone (Drumbridge & Ballydrain) and Templepatrick to name but a few. This makes Antrim a wonderful base and holiday destination for a golfing holiday in Northern Ireland.
Rathlin IslandHome to some beautiful wildlife visit Rathlin Island which is located off the coast of Antrim. See hundreds of seals and thousands of nesting seabirds or experience the puffins nesting on its impressive cliffs. The island also has a bird sanctuary with an interpretive centre which talks about the history of the island. Rathlin Island is also very popular with scuba divers, who can explore the many ship wrecks in the surrounding waters.
Game of ThronesFilmed in Northern Ireland visit the sites of the most popular show on TV, Game of Thrones. From the stunning castles dotted throughout Northern Ireland to the rugged Causeway coastline, you can visit an array of shoot locations such as the King’s Road - The Dark Hedges, Stormlands – Cushendun Caves, Stormlands – Larrybane - Carrick-a-Rede.
Belfast CityIn Belfast city visit top attractions such as the W5 at Odyssey, Sir Thomas & Lady Dixon Park, Linen Hall Library, HMS Caroline and of course the Belfast’s Titanic Quarter, a state-of-the-art visitor experience tells the story of the Titanic. Learn about its early construction, launch, fit out and its tragic maiden voyage.
As you can see County Antrim is a beautiful spot so why not book one of our self-catering holiday homes and discover this diverse county at your own pace.
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