Previous reviews have said it all really. Susan is a fantastic hostess. We arrived around 9pm on the Friday night - she called around the local restaurants to book us a table for dinner and she even offered to drive us into Cushendall, should we wish to have a drink with our food. Susan and Raymond are a very friendly couple. The house has been constructed by Raymond and is beautifully done in wood throughout. They have a wonderful bar-b-que space that overlooks a spectacular view down to the sea, this should be a real bonus in the summer.
A previous reviewer included details of the new annex, which is also a very good idea. This is an excellent value-for-money guest house, hosted by a true Irish family. And, by the way, the area is gorgeous.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- Glenn Eireann House is a newly built house which sits on the main A2 road. It is ideally located for exploring the Causeway Coast and Glens of Antrim. Situated on a hillside it enjoys uninterrupted views of Craiga Woods, Glendun right down the valley to Cushendun Bay.The local village of Cushendun is owned by the National trust with picturesque harbor and beach with nice walks around the village. ... more less
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- Also Known As:
- Glenn Eireann House B&B Cushendall, County Antrim