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This luxuriously appointed ground floor apartment, with fully-equipped kitchen and private ...
A gentle walk along the glen and back
Steep climb with fine views
This well maintained semi-detached bungalow is ideal for the holidaymaker who enjoys the hustle.
The apartment is modern and being ground floor may suit those with mobility difficulties.
Ground floor apartment at the water's edge with outstanding views across Red Bay and the Antrim ...
This luxuriously appointed ground floor apartment, with fully-equipped kitchen and private parking, has a spectacular sea view while being within walking distance of all local amenities and Royal County Down Golf Club (Irish Open). The beach and ...
This short walk can be started from the car parks situated at either end of the glen. The walk along the edge of the glen is pretty and easy walking.
The Trail allows the more able person to enjoy walking through mature woodland, along the edges of steep sided river gorges with waterfalls and open moorland.
This well maintained semi-detached bungalow is ideal for the holidaymaker who enjoys the hustle and bustle of the busy town during the day but enjoys a quieter setting at night.
The apartment is modern and being ground floor may suit those with mobility difficulties. There are two spacious double bedrooms. kitchen equipped with all cooking utensils, crockery and cutlery etc.and a spacious bathroom. A small outdoor space.
Ground floor apartment at the water's edge with outstanding views across Red Bay and the Antrim Coast road. Next to the beach and golf course and two minutes' walking distance from the village of Cushendall. Private patio area at front and back.
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