Had a lovely two night stay in 'stone chat' cottage. When we arrived everything was set up beautifully for our arrival, the house was warm, equipment for a turf fire was left as well as the ingredients for tea and cake. The cottage was immaculately clean and tastefully decorated with a magnificent view of the surrounding area. There were leaflets on things to do in Ballycastle, as well as two large flatscreen TVs with freeview for entertainment. The cottage also had its own wifi connection which was very fast. The area outside the cottage was also of interest, as it has a famine graveyard and is home to many animals (including a very friendly goat). There is room for parking onsite, and the cottages are a 2 minute drive from the town of Ballycastle. All in all a wonderful idyllic place to stay, we will defiantly be back!
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- "Stonechat" and "Cuckoo's Nest" are set in idyllic surroundings, which include a 19th-century famine graveyard, a fishing lake, children's play area and private car parking. They are also home to resident rustic alarm clock -- Rusty the Rooster! This is just the place to get away from it all and experience local northern Irish nature and history. Prices include utilities and fuel for an authentic Irish turf fire! ... more less
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- Also Known As:
- Crockatinney Self-Catering Cottages Ballycastle, Northern Ireland