This delightful, modern three bedroom town house is situated in The Abbey, a quiet cul-de-sac opposite the Catholic Church and less than a five minute walk from the Town Square, with its bars, boutiques, shops and restaurants. Ballycastle is a charming, unspoilt, old-world town with excellent shops, extensive play parks and top class restaurants offering a wide range of cuisines. A ten minute stroll brings you to the seafront, the strand and the departure point for the Rathlin Island Ferry. Within a 30 minute drive you can visit the Giant’s Causeway, Old Bushmills Distillery and Carrick-a-Rede Rope Bridge.

The House has a Northern Ireland Tourist Board four star rating, indicative of high quality construction and luxurious furnishings. It has three bedrooms, one of which is ensuite, private parking facilities and sleeps 6. Relax over a glass of wine on the patio and enjoy amazing views of Knocklayde Mountain or enjoy an evening meal in some award winning restaurants within the town.

We provide everything you need to make your stay enjoyable, including towels, bed linen and a visitors’ pack containing tea, coffee, sugar and biscuits. No expense has been spared as regards decor and furnishings, so visitors are invariably bowled over when first shown around the accommodation.

If coming from Belfast/Ballymena direction –

Follow the signs for the Rathlin Island Ferry until you see the clock tower at the town square in Ballycastle.
At the bottom of the hill turn left past the Boyd Arms Bar, then first right after 30 yards at the Anzac bar and second left, opposite the Catholic Church. The development is called The Abbey, my house is in the cul-de-sac at the far end of the street.