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Drumkeerin Barn

201A Torr Road, Ballindam, Cushendun, Ballymena, Co Antrim, BT44 0PU
Drumkeerin Barn

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Drumkeerin Barn is nestled in the idyllic village of Cushendun, a jewel in the Glens of Antrim. Cushendun has been protected by the National Trust since 1954 and is steeped in history. With panoramic views over the Bay, the Barn is within walking distance to the beautiful beach and yet set in its own woodland and mature gardens; it is an ideal setting for a peaceful break. The location hosts a variety of activities such as boating, fishing, golfing (Cushendall, Ballycastle & Royal Portrush), horse-riding and Game of Thrones attractions all nearby. Comfortable and affordable accommodation in a prime location.

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