We came here back in October 2014 with friends who had retired back home. We returned again today for great food and what joy one of the locals regaled us with tunes on the flute.
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Popped in to tea and hot chocolate to warm us up after surfing that morning and in preparation for coasteering that afternoon. The cottage is beside Dunluce Castle which is an amazing location, The service was brilliant and the drinks very nice, especially the super...More
If you are looking for good scones look no further! I ordered a scone with coffee not expecting to be served an exceptional homemade scone just out of the oven with homemade raspberry jam, fresh cream and dusted with icing sugar. The lady who served...More
We stopped in the Wee Cottage on a ride along the Antrim Coast. It was our first visit here but it won't be our last. The scones were out of this world, the place is cozy and confortable. It was like a vist to Grandma's...More
We popped in post "castling" and before we went off to other spots and had a fabulous meal; just enough and a price that can't be matched at many tourist spots! The addition of staff who were welcoming, warm and witty makes it a place...More
We had a wonderful lunch here at the recommendation of our guide Colm. Ham and cheese that was as fresh as it could possibly be, rich tomato soup that got flavor from ripe tomatoes (and not a salt shaker) and a dessert of the best...More
I always stop at the Wee Cottage when I visit Dunluce Castle, they serve the BEST scones and tea. They're CASH only
Scones served with fresh cream jam and strawberries. Delicious. Freshly baked daily. Large pot of tea and coffee with top ups. Staff very friendly and polite. Well worth a visit. All the food on the menu is very good as we have had lunch often....More
This wee cottage was just the perfect place to warm up after a windy visit to Dunluce Castle. The cabbage-bacon soup was absolutely delightful and I still think about it! Very welcoming and charming restaurant, highly recommended!