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Benvarden Gardens

Open Daily from 1st June to end of August 12.00 – 5.30 p.m. (Closed Mondays Except Bank Holidays) Tea Room Address: Benvarden Dervock Ballymoney Co. Antrim BT57 Telephone: 028 2074 1331

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Ulsterbus

Ulsterbus provides all bus services across Northern Ireland (except for Belfast city services which are operated by Metro) with 25 passenger facilities operating day to day services at a local level. For more information about travelling to the North Coast and timetables, visit: http://www.translink.co.uk/Ulsterbus/Ulsterbus-Timetables/

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Translink Railways

NI Railways has 17 staffed stations and 5 staffed halts throughout the network; all lines offer a combination of express services and trains that stop at each halt and station, with up to 6 and 7 trains operating per hour at peak times on key commuter lines. For more information about travelling to the North […]

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Fairythorn House, Maddybenny

Fairythorn house is a luxurious house with views towards Portrush, Ballywillian Church and the sea Up stairs and downstairs living rooms with panoramic views of Portrush, the Sea and Skerry Islands.  On a good day you can even see Scotland. Private entrance, car park, patio and BBQ area. The open plan dining, living area with […]

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Rose Cottage, Maddybenny

Rose Cottage is a luxurious cottage with views towards Portrush, Ballywillian Church and the sea. Rose cottage is fitted out to the same high standard as the 4 star cottages with the following unique features More luxurious with a 5 star specification throughout Elevated site above the other cottages Split Level with outside access to […]

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Maddybenny B&B

Maddybenny means “sanctified or holy post”. The Farm house dates from the 1600s, when it was built as a house on lands belonging to the Earl of Antrim. The first Presbyterian Minister, Rev. Gabriel Cornwall, lived here. This B&B is situated 2 miles from the seaside resorts of Portstewart and Portrush. A wonderful area for […]

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Cycle Ballymoney

Cycle Ballymoney With over 550 miles of road meandering through some of the most idyllic and scenic landscape to be found in the province, Ballymoney Borough has to be a mecca for cyclists, both the enthusiast and the recreational. Along those 550 miles can be found many of the small villages and hamlets, which typify […]

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Carnfunnock Park Walk

Carnfunnock Country Park, between Larne & Ballygally A range of walks from 0.8 -2.5 miles through the picturesque surroundings of Carnfunnock Country Park. Carnfunnock Country Park offers a wide range of walks meaning you return over and over again. The 5 waywarked trails with interpretation panels throughout include the Garden Trail with maze and walled […]

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Croaghan Walk

Croaghan, near Magerahoney Village 6.5 mile circular walk through open hillside, marshy upland and forest tracks with fine views. A challenging walk with plenty of reward, this waymarked route offers panoramic views over the North Coast towards Rathlin Island and beyond. The walk provides a combination of open hillside, marshy upland and forest trails meaning […]

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Whitepark Bay Walks

Whitepark Bay, near Ballintoy 3 mile linear coastal walk along a spectacular sandy beach This spectacular sandy beach forms a white arc between two headlands on the North Antrim Coast. Its secluded location means that even on a busy day there is plenty of room for quiet relaxation. White Park Bay remains one of the […]

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This website was developed with support from Priority 6 (LEADER) of the Northern Ireland Rural Development Programme 2014-2020 by the Department of Agriculture, Environment and Rural Affairs and the European Agricultural Fund for Rural Development: Europe investing in rural areas.

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