Theses bright airy spacious 3 bedroom cottages are an ideal base for exploring the wonders that the North coast has to offer.
Each cottage has 2 double bedrooms one with En-suite (upstairs)and one downstairs next to main bathroom and one 2 single bed bedroom (upstairs)with En-suite.
Six Fantastic holiday cottages situated just 2.5 miles from the Royal Portrush Golf Course which hosted the 2012 Irish Open and just 3.5 miles from both Coleraine and Bushmills.
Set in rural tranquil surroundings along the spectacular North Coast this property has much to offer including TV's in all 3 bedrooms and living room with all RTE channels, Scandinavian Styled Kitchen and cosy wood burning stove.
Ground Floor The Lounge /kitchen/diner, double, bathroom.
First Floor double (dressing room) with ensuite shower room, twin with ensuite shower room.
~ Coleraine is a large town near the mouth of the River Bann. It is 55 miles northwest of Belfast, both of which are linked by major roads and railway connection. City of Derry Airport , 25 miles to the West, Belfast International Airport, the main regional airport to the south and George Best Belfast City Airport to the South-East are all easily accessible from Coleraine.
~Portrush is a small seaside resort town in County Antrim. The main part of the old town, including the railway station as well as most hotels, restaurants and bars, is built on a mile-long peninsula, Ramore Head. It neighbours the resort of Portstewart. The town is well known for its three sandy beaches, the west Strand, East Strand and White Rocks, as well as the Royal Portrush Golf Club hosts to the British Open 2019, the only golf club outside of mainland Great Britain which has hosted the Open Championship and has also hosted the 2012 Irish Open.
~Bushmills is a village on the North Coast of County Antrim, two minutes from the Giants Causway World Heritage site and famous for its Distilery the oldest in the world reg.1608. It is Located 95 km from Belfast ,10km from Ballycastle and 15km from Coleraine. The village owes its name to the River Bush and to a large watermill that was built there in the early 17th century. The village is best known as the location of the Old Bushmills Distillery, founded in 1608, which is the oldest licensed distillery in the world.
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