This apartment is situated on the seafront in Ballycastle on the world-renowned Antrim Coast. The apartment is centrally located in a small, gated courtyard across from the popular marina and beach. It is with in a minute's walk from everything that you will need for a great family holiday or a well-earned short break. From the apartment you can take an evening stroll along the beach, or walk in to the town centre where you will experience local hospitality and shopping.
In the immediate vicinity there are excellent local restaurants and pubs offering tantalising local delicacies and great craic!
The 18 hole golf course which is a few minutes away, overlooks Rathlin Island where the famous Scoto-Norman Nobel, Robert the Bruce, fled in 1306.
You must, of course, head due west from the apartment and visit one of the wonders of the world, the Giants Causeway.
Ballycastle is a small seaside town perfectly located to explore the many scenic areas of the Co.Antrim coastline.You will have unlimited activities at hand such as Tennis, swimming, surfing, diving and horse riding. Ballycastle is famous for The Auld Lammas Fair which takes place in August and is the oldest traditional fair in Ireland. Close by are the picturesque villages of Cushendun and Cushendall, or you can take a boat trip to Rathlin Island to visit the Puffins. Drive west from Ballycastle and enjoy wonderful day trips. You can experience the thrills of crossing the Carrick-a -Rede rope-bridge, in the village of Ballintoy. Further along the coast you can visit the famous Bushmills Whiskey Distillery followed the excellent local culinary delights of the Bushmill's Inn.
The world heritage site of the Giant's Causeway, with its stunning scenery is an absolute must. For the Golf enthusiast there are Golf courses within Walking distances from the Apartment. The Royal Portrush Golf Course which is hosting the 2012 Irish Open is only 30 minutes away. The new Titanic Centre in Belfast is a 50 minute drive from the Apartment, and is expected to attract 500,000 visitors a year. No matter when you visit, you won't forget why Northern Ireland is one of the world's top visitor attractions.
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