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Ballyeamon Barn

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127 Ballyeamon Road, Cushendall, Ballymena, Co Antrim, BT44 0QP
Ballyeamon Barn

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Ballyeamon Barn is bunkhouse barn located 5 miles/ 8 km from the village of Cushendall, It overlooks the quiet countryside of the Glenariff Forest Park with its stunning waterfalls and woodland trails. An ideal starting point to explore the Causeway Coastal Route,

It has 14 bunks, a fully fitted kitchen, hot showers and a warm welcome!

Ballyeamon Barn has its own “session house” where visitors have the chance to hear local musicians and singers during regular evenings of storytelling and music. Owner Liz Weir is a professional storyteller who hosts visitors who want to experience the “real” Northern Ireland..

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