Well, we didn't have the best of weather to view all the scenery around the house with gales and horizontal rain, but a lovely, friendly B&B. Danny told us of some great drives around the area and some local walks. The rooms are large, comfortable and certainly warm enough on cold March nights. We were able to choose which room we wanted, but obviously this may not be possible at busier times of year.
The property is a little way out of town, and you have to drive into Cushendall to eat in the evening, but highly recommended.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- Use 'The Burn' for touring the beautiful Antrim Coast road - including the Giant's Causeway, or take advantage of the surrounding hlll walking country - return to a welcoming turf-fire. 'The Burn' offers you an escape to the country where you can enjoy a well earned stress-free break, enjoy our mature garden and private waterfall. (you will still be able to stay in touch with the rest of the world via our wireless broadband connection)!! ... more less
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- Also Known As:
- The Burn B&B Cushendall, County Antrim