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Glenhaven Holidays

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41 Glen Road, Glenariffe, Ballymena, Co Antrim, BT44 0RF
Glenhaven Holidays

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Situated down a lane way, GlenHaven has stunning views of Glenariff, and is but a few minutes walk from a beautiful beach, 2 miles from the spectacular Glenariff Forest Park and just 1/2 mile from the famous Causeway Coastal Route. GlenHaven is in an excellent location beside both the Moyle and Ulster Walk Ways.

With four spacious ensuite bedrooms GlenHaven can accommodate 14 people. All bedlinen and towels are provided. There is ample parking which is safe and secure with a great outdoor space that is child friendly.
WiFi.is provided free.

GlenHaven has 2 fully equipped kitchens with lounge areas on the ground floor and full disabled access throughout.

GlenHaven offers a safe enclosed play area for children. The outdoor space offers a Picnic & BBQ area to let you enjoy the sunshine late into the evening. On-farm walks and wonderful scenery with wildlife & birdwatching – walking boots/camera/binoculars would let you enjoy the area surrounding GlenHaven Cottage.

The area is popular for horse riding and snorkeling. Antrim is 24.2 miles from GlenHaven Holidays, while Ballymena is 15.5 miles away. The nearest airport is Belfast International Airport, 27.3 miles from GlenHaven Holidays.

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