Ballintoy Harbour (5miles) is so pretty that you will want to spend time, taking in the views whilst having a cup of tea and some home made wheaten and Irish Stew.
Stare in awe at the The Giants Causeway Heritage site (7miles), with its new visitors centre you can gain all the information you need to enjoy the experience.
Spend a couple of hours going back in history by visiting and wandering round the nearby Dunluce Castle.
Nearby Portrush is a cosmopolitan town, with a bustling harbour and white sandy beach which goes on for as far as the eye can see and deserves a long leisurely stroll.
Rathlin Island is just a short ferry ride away, where you can spot the abundance of local wildlife, seals, Puffins, wild hares, including the elusive 'Golden Hare'.
A treat is in store for the Golfers as there is are 10 Links Golf courses within easy reach with the Royal Portrush being everyones favourite (book now to avoid dissapointment)!
Cross the nearby Carrick-a-Rede Rope Bridge (2miles) if you dare, on a windy day, and this experience will be with you forever.
Spend lazy days on the many white sandy beaches, White Park Bay, White Rocks (for surfing), Cushendall and Cushendun.
It's all here for you to enjoy, to find out if we have availability for your planned visit or you simply want to just find out more, then click here.