View from Ballymacdoe CottageLiving Room
Ballymacdoe Self Catering Holiday Cottage Antrim
Ballymacdoe Self Catering Holiday Cottage Antrim
6 gostiju
3 spavaće sobe
4 kreveta
1 kupaonica
6 gostiju
3 spavaće sobe
4 kreveta
1 kupaonica
Koliko je odraslih.
Odrasli
1
Koliko je djece.
Djeca
Dob: 2 – 12
0
Koliko je beba.
Bebe
Mlađi od 2
0
Maksimalan broj gostiju je 6. U to se ne ubrajaju bebe.
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Ballymacdoe Cottage situated on elevated ground overlooking Cushendall beach and golf course with breathtaking sea views of Red Bay, Sea of Moyle and Scotland is clear in the distance. Ground floor only. Ideal location for: walking, fishing, touring, cycling or just relaxing taking in all that surround's you . Park your car and everything is at hand in the village: shops, restaurants, pubs, take aways, chemist, medical centre, library, butchers, hairdressers, hardware, petrol station, ATM's.

Prostor

The nine Glens of Antrim are blessed with an exceptional diversity of landscapes and natural beauty. It is an ideal base to visit the stunning Giants Causeway (40 minutes drive), the historic Titanic Centre (50 minutes drive), Bushmills the oldest whiskey distillery in the world (45 minutes drive), the tranquil Glenariffe Water Falls (9 minutes) the elevated sea crossing called Carrick-a-Rede rope bridge (36 minutes) or just take to travelling the wonderful nine Glens of Antrim. Alternatively just relax and enjoy the cottage and all that surrounds it. Walking time in minutes to: Beach (4), Golf Course (5), Shop (4), Hotel (5), Wine Lodge (4), Pub (8), Restaurant (6), Hairdressers (8).

Dostupno gostima

The cottage has a ground floor only, no stairs. The accommodation consists of: Lounge & diner, kitchen, bathroom with shower. Three bedrooms: largest room with king size bed, second bedroom has two singles and the final room has adult bunk beds consisting of a double at its base and a single above, hence the cottage can accommodate seven people.

Interakcija s gostima

Triona O'Keeffe, house keeper, at Ballymacdoe Cottage Cushendall will meet and greet you & yours. Prior to arrival please give Triona a call, her mobile number is (PHONE NUMBER HIDDEN). It will give her an indication your exact arrival time. Especially if you are running late. Triona lives in the village so she can time her arrival to correspond to yours. Triona will meet and greet you and yours. Give you the keys of the cottage. She will explain the operation of the cottage and describe the surrounding area and places of interest. Having read 'What to do at Ballymacdoe Cottage' please ask her all the questions you think of so that you can fully enjoy your stay

Ostale napomene

Layd Church and Churchyard[edit]
The ruins of Layd Church (grid ref:324428), a Franciscan foundation possibly partially from the 13th century, are found 1.5 km north of Cushendall. They are also accessible by a cliff path from Cushendall, as well as by road. There are old vaults in the churchyard and it was one of the main burial places of the MacDonnells. There is a stone cross memorial to Dr James MacDonnell, one of the organisers of the last Belfast Festival of Harpists in 1792 and pioneer of the use of chloroform in surgery. By the gate of the churchyard is a holestone and nearby two 'corp stones' on which coffins were rested.[5] Layd Church saw service as a parish church from 1306 until about 1790.
Oisin's Grave[edit]
Oisín's Grave, off the main Cushendall to Ballymoney road, is a megalithic court cairn on a hillside in Lubitavish, near the Glenann River. It is believed to be the burial place of Oísín - the Celtic Warrior Poet. A stone cairn was erected here in 1989 in memory of John Hewitt, the poet of the Glens.
Curfew Tower[edit]
The Curfew Tower in the centre of the village was built by then landlord of the town, Francis Turnley, in 1817, to confine riotous prisoners. Dan McBride, an army pensioner, was given the job of permanent garrison and was armed with one musket, a bayonet, a brace of pistols and a thirteen-feet-long pike.
Glenariff Forest Park[edit]
Glenariff Forest Park, 5 miles inland from Cushendall, covers an area of 1185 hectares. In the park are two small rivers containing spectacular waterfalls, tranquil pools and stretches of fast flowing water tumbling through rocky gorges. There is a café, toilets and an exhibition centre. Four way-marked trails of varying length (1–9 km) wind through the forest leading you into some of the park's wooded areas. One follows the Glenariff River with its famous waterfalls and passes through the National Nature Reserve.


Raspored spavanja
Spavaća soba 1
1 bračni krevet (1,8x2)
Spavaća soba 2
2 jednostruka kreveta
Spavaća soba 3
1 bračni krevet (1,4x2)

Sadržaji
Kuhinja
Internet
TV
Osnovna oprema

Cijene
Dodatni gosti Nema naknade
Naknada za čišćenje $42
Tjedni popust: 7%
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Kućni red
Zabranjeno pušenje
Zabave i događaji zabranjeni
Vrijeme dolaska je od 16:00 do 20:00.
Odlazak do 11:00

- While inside the cottage pets must be kept in the Living Room and or kitchen only.


Otkazivanje rezervacija

Sigurnosna oprema
Detektor dima
Detektor ugljikovog monoksida
Pribor za prvu pomoć
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Aparat za gašenje požara

Dostupnost
Minimalni boravak: 3 noćenja.
Od 1. Rujan 2017. - 30. Studeni 2017. minimalni boravak je 3 noćenja.

1 recenzija

Profil korisnika Stefania
Kolovoz 2017.
Gerald's house is very comfortable and clean. The sea is a few minutes by foot from the house and also one friendly supermarket and some super friendly pubs. This place will remain in my heart for a long time.

Belfast, Velika BritanijaČlan od Lipanj 2015
Profil korisnika Gerard
Stopa odgovora: 100%
Vrijeme odgovora: u roku od sat vremena

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