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Dieskirt Farm

Cushendall, Antrim

Open from 1 Apr to 30 Nov

8km from Cushendall

Tourist Board Rating:  


County Antrim

Meet your host…

James & Ann McHenry

A warm welcome awaits our Guests at Dieskirt Farm Bed and Breakfast. The farm has been in the family for almost 100 years and the B & B started by James late mother and has been running for 50 years. We farm mainly sheep but we do have a few Aberdeen Angus cattle, 5 lovely mare donkeys and one cheeky male donkey, and old Pony called Shannon and 3 dogs and a cat, Both of us work on the Farm but during the B & B season I do the cooking and James does the entertaining, Breakfast recommended

104 Glen Road
BT44 0RG

An elegantly furnished home nestled on a delightful working farm, Dieskirt Farm bed and breakfast is a serene County Antrim getaway. Tucked away at the foot of Glenariff Mountain and close to the exceptional Glenariff Forest Park with its pictorial walks, guests will enjoy being immersed in the natural landscape. Ideally located off the idyllic Causeway Coastal Route, visitors won’t fail to be enamoured with County Antrim.

How to get here

Take the A2 coastal road from Belfast/Larne to Waterfoot. Sign posted from before Waterfoot. In-land from Belfast M2/M26, exit 11 for A43 Cushendall/Glenariff, signposted after the forest park.

Bus Routes: 150

Sat Nav: Lat (55.026720) - Long (-6.084840)


  • Cot Available
  • Cycling
  • Hair Dryer
  • Internet Access
  • Ironing
  • No Smoking House
  • Private Car Park
  • Tea In Bedrooms
  • TV in Bedroom
  • Walking
  • Wi-Fi

Customer Reviews


Luciano santalucia

24 Aug 2011 

Thanks for all, we have bene very well in tour BB.We will suggest it to our friends for their holidays in ireland

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