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Eco Cabin Ballycastle

Cedar Drive, Ballycastle, ANTRIM, BT54 6DF
Eco Cabin Ballycastle


Hand built fully insulated Larch Eco Cabin over two levels.
Access through decked french doors to your sitting area and kitchen with fridge microwave, kettle & toaster, hot water.
Be cosy & snug with solar powered Infra red heaters.
Separate toilet with enclosed electric shower; products & towels provided.
Upstairs to the bedroom with a huge hand built sleeping area and bed raised to watch the sea while you lie in.
On the decking outside your cabin you can use the wood-fired hot tub or BBQ.

The space
Please note the cabin is on the same site as the hosts home.

Outside decking where you can enjoy the sea views or your food.

Hot tub for guests use: wood fired and takes 4-6 hours to heat to 40C.

*NOTICE* - Please can all guests read before booking

Lighting and supervising the fire is guests responsibility. Firelighters, kindling logs and lighters provided (in the coal bunker next to your cabin).
Start with lighters in the bottom of the stove and lots of small sticks stacked up, only once they are well established begin to add one log at a time. Keep lid ajar.
Please be careful as the stove gets exceptionally HOT and dispose of any ash in the metal bin provided, protecting the wooden decking.
Do not leave fire unattended.

Massage table under your bed or to book an in cabin massage treatment per hour please mention it on your booking.


Leisure Facilities

  • Wifi

Parking & Transport

  • On site parking

Provider Preferences

  • Dogs Welcome Inside

Room / Unit Features

  • Hairdryer Available
  • Tea & coffee making facilities

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