Villages & Resorts in Antrim (Northern Ireland) Reviews
Newest Review: ... that now lies in ruins (beware of droppings from the roaming sheep -wearing old footwear is a must!). You can then walk towards the much photographed 18th Century Mussenden Temple, the design of which was inspired by the Tivioli temple of Vesta in Italy, and built as a library for the Bishop's cousin Mrs Mussenden (hence the name) You can even hold your wedding in the temple, which is perched dangerously close to the edge of some extremely steep cliffs. You can then walk around the beautifully kept gardens and forest (which boasts its own hidden waterfalls) each with their own lake. More info can be obtained through the National Trust web... more
Customer Villages & Resorts in Antrim (Northern Ireland) Reviews (2)
by - written on 27/04/09 (Very useful, 486 readings)
This is a review of the some of the resorts/villages/scenery along the Coast of Northern Ireland (the majority of which are in County Antrim, but some are also located in Country Londonderry) which combined form the 'Causeway Coastal Route', an approximately 80 mile trip of spectacular coastline, which has been placed 5th in a list of the world's most spectacular views. The Causeway Coastal Route stretches from the city of Londonderry/Derry (on the edge of Lough Foyle) to the capital city of Belfast (at Belfast Lough), and by following the brown road sign labelled 'Causeway Coastal Route' you can't go too far off the beaten track. If you choose ... Read the complete review
by - written on 01/11/01, updated on 01/11/01 (Very useful, 181 readings)
My family still talk about the day in Waterfoot when my aunt took my sister and myself onto the beach for the day and brought us home 'burnt to a frazzle' - this of course was in the days before we knew about the hole in the ozone layer. Getting sunburnt then just meant you suffered all night, couldn't bear bedclothes on your legs and weren't allowed near the sun for two or three more days. Another favourite story my family love to relate (sad, aren't we), is the day we were going to the Lammas Fair in Ballycastle which we had never been to but had heard you could get huge candy-floss, never mind the yellow man and dulse. To our ... Read the complete review
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