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Erne Causeway CottageHoliday Cottage to rent in Londonderry County Antrim - Northern Ireland Ref: 2580413

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Luxury 4 star NITB 3 bedroom holiday cottage near Causeway coast and adjacent to the Old Bushmills distillery.

Features

Property Type: Cottage
Catering: Self-catering
Accommodation:
  • Max guests 6
  • 3 Bedroom(s)
  • 1 Bathroom(s)
  • 1 Shower Room(s)
 

Property available for...

  • Long term lets (over 1 month)
  • Corporate bookings
  • Short term breaks (4 days or fewer)
  • Holiday lets (1 to 4 weeks)

Type of holiday

  • Beach
  • Family
  • Golfing
  • Bird watching
  • City break
  • Diving
  • Good nightlife
  • Sightseeing
  • Walking & Hiking
 

 

Summary

Erne cottage is a luxury holiday cottage adjacent to the Old Bushmills distillery (30 meters or 1 minute walk) with shops and supermarkets nearby (20 meters or 1-2 minutes walk). There is a train which goes to the Giant’s Causeway from Bushmills, or there is a scenic path, it is a 2-3 mile walk. Dunluce castle is about 1-2 miles away. 1 mile to the sandy beach of Port Ballintrae and 3 miles to the White Rocks, lifeguard beaches.

The holiday cottage has been recently decorated to a high specification. There are 3 bedrooms with 2 double beds and 2 single beds. There is a spacious lounge, kitchen and garden with tarmac parking space for 4 cars.

There is a brand new washing machine, tumble drier, flatscreen TV with 30 digital channels, DVD player, kitchen, bedroom and garden furniture.

 

Accomodation

  • Max guests 6
  • 3 Bedroom(s)
  • 1 Bathroom(s)
  • 1 Shower room(s)
  • 2 Double bed(s)
  • 2 Single bed(s)

Linen and Towels

  • Linen provided
  • Towels provided
  • Beach towels not provided
  • Cleaning included

Amenities

  • Central heating
  • Cots available
  • Hairdryer
  • Highchair
  • Iron
  • Washing machine

Kitchen

  • Stove Top / Hob
  • Freezer
  • Fridge
  • Microwave
  • Oven
  • Kettle
  • Toaster

Entertainment

  • TV
  • DVD player

Garden and Exterior

  • Private parking
  • Private garden
  • Table and Chairs
 

Suitable for...

Suitable for children Yes
Suitable for elderly Yes
Suitable for wheelchairs Not suitable
Pets welcome Some pets - please enquire
Smoking No
 

Prices

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Rental Conditions

£300-£425 per week
£250 per week-end

 

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Location

Country Northern Ireland
Region County Antrim
Town Londonderry

 

Distances

Causeway 2 miles
Dunluce Castle 1 miles
White Rocks Beach 2 miles
Port Ballintrae Beach 1 miles

 

Car advised: Yes
 

 

Activities

  • Beach
  • Bird watching
  • Cultural area
  • Cycling
  • Diving
  • Fishing
  • Golf course
  • Golf course on site
  • Hiking
  • Horse riding
  • Hunting
  • Marina
  • Mountaineering
  • Night life area
  • Surfing
  • Walking
  • Watersports

 

Local Area

Northern Ireland’s only UNESCO World Heritage Site
The Giant's Causeway, renowned for its polygonal columns of layered basalt, is the only World Heritage Site in Northern Ireland. Resulting from a volcanic eruption 60 million years ago, this is the focal point of a designated Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty and has attracted visitors for centuries. It harbours a wealth of local and natural history.

The formation of the Giant's Causeway was due to intense volcanic activity. Lava welling up through fissures in the chalk bed formed a "lava plateau". Three periods of volcanic activity gave rise to the Lower, Middle and Upper Basalts, and it's the Middle Basalt rock which forms the famous amphitheaters of hexagonal columns in the Causeway.

The Giant’s Causeway is steeped in myth and legend. Some say it was carved from the coast by the mighty giant, Finn McCool who left behind an ancient home full of folklore. Look out for clues of the existence of the mighty giant, Finn McCool – including Giant’s Boot, The Wishing Chair, The Camel, Giant’s Granny and The Organ. On a clear day, you might even catch a glimpse of Finn’s Scottish opponent, Benandonner’s homeland of Scotland.

Sea birds can be seen off the coast around the Causeway, with species such as fulmar, petrel, cormorant, shag, redshank guillemot and razorbill being frequently observed. Rare and unusual plant species including sea spleenwort, hare's foot trefoil, vernal squill, sea fescue and frog orchid can be found on the cliffs and nearby rock formations.

Bushmills Distillery
Bushmills Irish Whiskey is made at Ireland’s oldest working distillery in County Antrim, Northern Ireland. The brand portfolio includes five award-winning whiskeys: Bushmills, Black Bush, Bushmills 10 year Malt, 16 year Malt and 21 year Malt. Bushmills is the only distillery in Ireland to make triple-distilled malt whiskey. This is at the heart of all Bushmills whiskeys and creates a unique combination of smoothness and richness.

In 2008 Bushmills celebrated the 400th anniversary of the original licence to distil whiskey granted to the Bushmills area in 1608. The distillery marked the occasion with the release of a limited edition Irish whiskey of exceptional smoothness, Bushmills 1608. Bushmills Irish Whiskey is owned by Diageo, the world’s leading premium drinks business. With its global vision, and local marketing focus, Diageo brings to consumers an outstanding collection of beverage alcohol brands across the spirits, wine and beer.

White Rocks Beach
Recently awarded with the prestigious 2011 Blue Flag Award, Portrush Whiterocks Beach has become a favourite with locals and a must see destination for International visitors.

The limestone cliffs of the White Rocks stretch from Curran Strand to Dunluce Castle. These soft, sedimentary rocks have been carved through centuries into a labyrinth of caves and arches. Shelagh’s Head, the Wishing Arch, Elephant Rock and the Lion’s Paw are headlands of distinguishable forms which rise out of the ocean. Under the road, there are cavernous caves, accessible only from the sea, home to seabirds and a hunting ground for hawks.

On the main coast road, you will find pull-in areas and a large car park where you can take in the incredible views of the headlands to the Giant’s Causeway and back to Portrush and Donegal. Along the beach, there are grassy knolls with sea views and ideal for picnics.

The beach attracts water sports enthusiasts, as regular surfers and body boarders can be seen in the surf, and there are many shops and services nearby that can organize the hire of such equipment.

Dunluce Castle
Dunluce Castle is located dramatically close to a headland that plunges straight into the sea, along the North Antrim coast. There is archaeological evidence of a village that surrounded the castle which was destroyed by fire in 1641. The site was also witness to the sinking of a colony ship that broke up on the rocks off Islay in 1857 with the loss of 240 lives.

The 17th Century mainland courtyard, containing domestic buildings, leads downhill to a narrow crossing to the rock, formerly protected by a drawbridge to the gatehouse. The buildings on the rock are 116th and 17th Century.

State Care Monument Dunluce Castle is situated on the Antrim Coast, 5km E of Portrush and 3.5 km W of Bushmills The roofless ruins are breathtaking especially at dusk, or in the sunshine with the white chalk cliffs of Portrush close by. It was the former home of the clan McDonnell.

 

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