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Sleepy Hollow

Cushendun, Antrim

Open from 1 Apr to 30 Sep

Cushendun

Tourist Board Rating:   Approved
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Antrim

County Antrim

Meet your host….

Ms Wendy McKay

107 Knocknacarry Road
Cushendun
BT44 0NT

A cosy chalet in the heart of County Antrim’s idyllic glens, Sleepy Hollow bed and breakfast is a serene getaway. In the delightful seaside village of Cushendun, guests are just a stroll from beautiful beach shores, shops and restaurants. Superbly located for scenic drives and explorations of the stunning Causeway Coastal Route, visitors can also discover the unrivalled Giant’s Causeway and the Old Bushmills Distillery. Private parking is available at the house.

How to get here

In Cushendun, on the main A2 route.

Sat Nav: Lat (55.120306) - Long (-6.058102)

Facilities

  • Cycling
  • Fishing within 5kms
  • Golfing within 5kms
  • Hair Dryer
  • Horse Riding
  • Ironing
  • No Smoking House
  • Private Car Park
  • Tea In Bedrooms
  • TV in Bedroom
  • Walking

Customer Reviews

 

Jim and Melanie

 

Quaint little BB in the beatiful countryside of Northern Ireland. Great scenic route via torr head to Giants Causeway...Little dangerous when the weather is bad. Patrick cooked the best traditional Irish breakfast we had out of 4 BBs during our stay

Cindy Murdoch

 

My husband and I stayed at Sleepy Hollow for our first night in a Bed and Breakfast. We were pleasantly surprised It was a very comfortable room and in a very cute town. We would definitely stay there again.

Jose A. de la Orden

 

Everything perfect Nice people, a very comfortable room, a perfect landscape I recommend everybody thid BB Thanks a lot to Wendy

Vicki Hunt

 

Very friendly. Comfy rooms.

Fiona Cook

 

Our 3 night stay enjoyable and I would recommend it. Comfortable bedroom, thoughtfully decorated rooms, peaceful surroundings for pleasant stay. Good breakfast and very friendly hosts. Good location for seeing the sights by car on Antrim coast too.

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