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Attractions

Within walking distance is the Glenariffe Forest Park and visitor centre.  It has miles of walks which are done in a circular route and are sign posted from the car park.

A few miles drive is Waterfoot with children’s play area and lovely beach.

Towards Larne there is Glenarm Castle with its walled Gardens and Carnfunnock Country Park.

Details of these are on www.discovernorthernireland.com.

Heading Northwards on the world famous Antrim Coast Road A2 there are the Causeway Coastal Scenic routes taking you around all the different Glens.

 

Within 45 minutes you can be at the Giants Causeway, Carrick-a-rede Bridge, Dunluce Castle, Dunseverick Castle, Ballintoy Harbour, Ballycastle, Murlough Bay, White Park Bay and Bushmills whiskey factory.

In Cushendall you can enjoy a game of Golf or go deep sea fishing.

At Ballycastle you can get the ferry and spend the day on Rathlin Island www.rathlinballycastleferry.com.

For those who enjoy horse riding there is Sheans riding centre at Armoy in Ballymoney for beginners and experienced riders www.sheanshorsefarm.com.

At Garron Point  why not take a day or a few hours at the activity centre, great for team building, activities include laser tag, archery and climbing  www.ardclinis.com.