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Glenn-Eireann House

Cushendun, Antrim


In Cushendun


Meet your host…

R McKeegan

This is our 6th year in the B&B industry and 3rd in the self catering one. Our B&B is family run and we have 2 children who love to help. In the heart of the Glens Of Antrim the B&B is situated on the brow of a hill with Glendun on one side and Glencorp on the other, with magnificent views off Craigagh Woods and down the valley of the Dun to the sea. Its is quiet and peaceful here making sure weary travellers get a good nights sleep. The local area is preserved by the National Trust.

Cushendun
BT44 0ST

A beautiful bed and breakfast among the stunning County Antrim glens, Glenn-Eireann House provides the warmest of welcomes. With spectacular views of Creagh Woods, Glendun and Cushendun Bay, guests are assured a relaxing stay and indulgent breakfast menus. The house boasts quiet reading areas, pretty gardens, a comfortable patio and an outdoor fireplace. Walkers and cyclists will revel in the area’s superb scenery and can avail of the house’s dry room. Superbly located close to the Giant’s Causeway, the Old Bushmills Distillery, the Carrick-a-Rede Rope Bridge and the historic Dunluce Castle; guests will be enamoured with the rich local heritage. 

How to get here

On the main A2 road from Cushendall, 1/4 mile past the first junction for Cushendun. From Ballycastle the house is approximately 3.1 miles past the first junction for Cushendun.

Sat Nav: Lat (55.125339) - Long (-6.04252)

Facilities

  • Cot Available
  • Cycling
  • Fishing within 5kms
  • Golfing within 5kms
  • Hair Dryer
  • Horse Riding
  • Internet Access
  • Ironing
  • No Smoking House
  • Private Car Park
  • Tea In Bedrooms
  • TV in Bedroom
  • Walking
  • Wi-Fi
  • Wine License

Customer Reviews

 

Helen MacKinnon

07 Jun 2015 

Warm welcome and great views will greet you here. We had lots of room in the family room with 4 adults in it. Very good location as its on the on the Antrim coastal route and partway to Portrush which allowed us to stop by some sights on the way there.

Johanne Gaudreault

12 Sep 2014 

This is a really great B&B with stunning views, and near of many sites. We felt very welcomed by our hosts. The place is quiet and the breakfasts are good. Thanks!

Patricia English

08 Sep 2014 

Enjoyable, friendly stay . Beautiful location . Very friendly family

Wendy

05 Aug 2014 

Great location with stunning views and a fantastic breakfast! Host was very helpful.

Rich Rennicks atriptoireland.com

21 Jul 2014 

Great place to stay. The family-sized room was perfect for 2 adults & 2 kids, the breakfast was wonderful, and the hosts were wonderful. They had plenty of advice for local places to see and eat once they knew what we were interested in, and the pink bicycle out front for the Giro D'Italia was a nice touch. It's a lovely part of the country, and I can't recommend both Antrim and Glenn-Eireann House highly enough.

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