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Sundial House

11 High Street, Cushendall, Co Antrim, BT44 0NB
Sundial House

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Welcome to Sundial House which exudes old-world Irish charm. The 1849 property sits in the heart of Cushendall, a quaint village in the foothills of a mighty mountain, where the friendliness of the locals is legendary. Sundial House 2 sitting rooms, four bright bedrooms that feel quintessentially Irish and vintage (1 double ensuite, 3 by 3 singles.) The property can sleep up to 11 people, pets are welcome. It is located in the centre of the village with restaurants, cafes and pubs within 300 meters. Outdoor activities can include walking, coasteering, archery, outdoor laser tag and multi activity packages.

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