Address129 Main Street BushmillsSee nearby area
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Description provided by property
Situated in the centre of the historic village of Bushmills, Village Cottage offers free private parking. It is just 10 minutes’ drive from Giant’s Causeway and a 5-minute drive from the medieval Dunluce Castle.
The family-friendly cottage offers a living area with a TV and a fully fitted self-catering kitchen. The two-storey house also offers a master bedroom with an en suite bathroom, a double room, and a bunk bed room.
Village Cottage is set amongst Bushmill’s pubs and cafés. It is ideally located for exploring the Causeway Coast. The seaside village of Portballintrae is just 4 minutes’ drive away and the harbour town of Portrush is just 6 miles away. Portrush is famous for its 3 sandy beaches.
The surrounding area offers numerous outdoor activities, including walking, fishing, and golfing. Bushfoot Golf Club is just over 1 mile away. The famous Old Bushmills Distillery is 5 minutes’ walk from Village Cottage and Belfast is just over an hour’s drive away.
A GBP 50 deposit will be charged on arrival and is refunded on departure. Please inform Village Cottage in advance of your expected arrival time. You can use the Special Requests box when booking, or contact the property directly with the contact details provided in your confirmation.
Services & facilities
- Non-smoking throughout
- Non-smoking rooms
- Free WiFi
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