Offering plenty of room for 4 people in lovely comfortable rooms, this country holiday cottage Ballycastle has a large lounge with a feature fireplace and a wood burning stove, the perfect place to unwind and relax and ideal for snuggling up in front of to read a book, watch a DVD or do a puzzle and all are provided together with high-speed internet, TV and board games. The cottage has a starter basket of logs, a basket of peat, kindling and firelighters included in the rental (extra can be bought at the cottage if required).
There is a spacious well equipped kitchen with table, chairs, dishwasher, a Stanley range which centrally heats the house and a separate electric cooker. A corridor leads through to another separate sitting / dining area with patio doors opening directly into the garden where you can relax in a rocking chair or enjoy a meal at the dining table whilst taking in the stunning sea views. There are 2 bedrooms, the master bedroom has a king size bed and the second bedroom can be arranged with a single bed or twin beds. They will all be made up with luxurious Egyptian cotton sheets, duvets or woollen blankets and soft, fluffy towels. The holiday cottage has 2 bathrooms both with toilets and showers (one being a wet room making it accessible for those with restricted mobility). Shampoo, body wash, hand wash and hairdryer are provided.
A large, enclosed lawn garden has plenty of seating and a picnic table from where you can appreciate Irish cottage views and tranquillity. Parking for 2 cars inside the main gate in front of the cottage and a separate parking area for 1 car is located behind the cottage. To help make your stay at our holiday cottage Ballycastle special and stress free we also provide a welcome pack of kitchen essentials such as bread, butter, milk, tea, coffee and sugar. Plus a welcome pack of bathroom toiletries such as cotton balls, nail files, razor and ear buds so you can relax when you arrive and have a cup of tea without having to rush to the shops. Laundry services are offered.
Amenities / Services
To help make your stay at our holiday cottage Ballycastle special and stress free, we also provide a welcome pack of kitchen essentials such as bread, butter, milk, tea, coffee and sugar. Plus a welcome pack of bathroom toiletries such as cotton balls, nail files, razor and ear buds so you can relax when you arrive and have a cup of tea without having to rush to the shops.
Laundry services are offered. DVD and Video Player. TV. Dishwasher. Well Equipped Kitchen. Kitchen Range and Electric Cooker. Hairdryer. Private Parking. WiFi. Socket Adaptors Available for Overseas Visitors. Wet room for those with Restricted Mobility. Luxury Towels and Linen Provided. Starter pack of Coal, Logs, Peat and Kindling Provided. Laundry Services Available. Ironing Facilities. Shampoo, hand wash, body wash provided. Washing up liquid and dishwasher tablets provided.
INCLUDED IN OUR PRICES
Locally handmade gift soaps
Welcome pack (bread, butter, jam or marmalade, eggs, milk, breakfast cereals, biscuits and a special treat)
Kitchen essentials (salt, pepper, tea, coffee, sugar, oil, kitchen roll, cling film and tin foil, dishwasher tablets, bin bags)
Bathroom toiletries (shampoo, shower gel, handwash)
Bathroom essentials (ear buds, cotton wool pads, nail files, razor, tampons, tissues)
Quality towels (facecloth, bath and hand towel per person)
Luxury cotton bedding
Beach towels and tea towels
Basket of logs, box of peat, kindling, firelighters, matches
Superbly situated on the Causeway Coast, with stunning views over Rathlin Island, this traditional holiday cottage in Ireland is the perfect place to unwind and relax. Its large but cosy lounge with a feature fireplace and a wood burning stove is ideal for snuggling up or to read a book.
Tornaroan holiday cottage located in Ballycastle is only 5 minutes drive from the seafront, the beach and town center, which has been voted the best place to live in Northern Ireland for the second time consecutively by the Sunday Times. Close to Glenshesk (Glens of Antrim), Giant's Causeway, The Dark Hedges, Ballintoy harbour, Bushmills Distillery and many renowned golf courses. The Causeway Coastal Route between Belfast and Derry-Londonderry could be the drive of your life. Its 130 winding miles take in the glorious Glens of Antrim, rugged Rathlin Island (you can get a ferry to this island from Ballycastle), the ancient castles of Carrickfergus and Glenarm, the stunning ruins of Dunluce Castle, six-mile Downhill Beach and the peerless Giant's Causeway. Don't miss hair-raising Carrick-a-Rede Rope Bridge, a cliff-to-cliff walkway swaying 100ft above the surf where fulmars and kittiwakes wheel.
- Children Allowed