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Cushendall, Co. Antrim

This attractive little town near the northern end of Rod Bay is an excellent centre for exploring the Glens of Antrim, and is home to a quaint old tower. 

Boating enthusiasts are well catered for at the Cushendall sailing and boating club (0044 28 21 771 673), whilst those interested in outdoor pursuits will enjoy the Arddinis outdoor adventure centre (0044 28 21 771 340), which offers visitors scenic walks, cycling tours, windsurfing and rock climbing. 

Lubitavish Ossian’s grave is a historical place of interest, a Neolithic court-tomb of around 3000 BC.  The site has a two chambered gallery placed in an oval mound and the local belief is that it is the grave of Finn MacCumhaill’s poet warrior son. 

Cushendall golf club (0044 28 21 771 381) offers golfers a tree lined course through which the picturesque River Dull meanders.

Gardens

2 Old Galgorm Road - Gardn Ballymena - County Antrim Northern Ireland
2 Old Galgorm Road
Ballymena, Co. Antrim
The gradualist approach has a lot of advantages when taking on a large garden and that is exactly the way the Glynns went about transforming their two and a half acres after they moved into their Victorian home 27 years ago. Each year they se ...
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Ballycastle Golf Club - Ballycastle County Antrim Northern Ireland
Ballycastle Golf Club
Ballycastle, Co. Antrim
Course Type: Links & Parkland
Ballycastle Golf Club is an 18 hole par 71 championship links & parkland golf course that plays off 5,927 yards from the back markers. Situated on the beautiful North Antrim coast of Northern Ireland between the world famous Causeway coast an ...
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Carrick a Rede Rope Bridge - Ballintoy County Antrim Northern Ireland
Carrick a Rede Rope Bridge
Ballintoy, Co. Antrim
Carrick-a-Rede Rope Bridge is a rope suspension bridge that links the mainland cliffs of north County Antrim to the tiny Carrick Island. It was traditionally erected by Salmon fisherman each year to allow them to access rich waters, spanning 20 m ...
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