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Broughgammon Eco-Farmhouse B&B

50 Straid Road, Maghernahar, Broughgammon, Ballycastle, Co Antrim, BT54 6NP
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B&B in the farmhouse of a multi-award winning family farm and artisan food business with its own farm shop & cafe on site.
Broughgammon is ideally suited for those visiting the Giants Causeway, Carrick a Reade Rope Bridge, Bushmills Distillery and Rathlin Island.

Broughgammon is a forward thinking family farm run by the Cole family near Ballycastle. County Antrim. We aim to farm regneratively and in doing so are developing an increasingly permacultural smallholding rearing surplus kid-goat and free range rose veal bull calves (by-products from the dairy industry). In season we also specialise in wild game, another often over-looked and sustainable food source, as well as growing our own vegetables for our farm shop. Find us every Saturday at St Georges Market, Belfast and Temple Bar Food Market, Dublin.

Check us out online at Broughgammon.com for the latest updates on farmers markets, events and our meatboxes. Alternatively, book onto one of our Economusee farm-tours or artisan courses and supper clubs, or simply call by and visit our farm shop outside Ballycastle!

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