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View of Rathlin Island, Mull of Kintyre and Fair Head from Woodleigh Cottage

Woodleigh Cottage

Woodleigh Cottage has a wealth of character.... it was built in 1897 and has all the charm of a quintessential Irish Cottage in the heart of County Antrim. In 2016 it had a major refurbishment to bring all the facilities up to date while still retaining the old world charm and uniqueness of the cottage. With a delightful wood burner in the lounge the scene is set for a romantic and cosy experience.

Furnishings are of a high standard and include many antique pieces. Key features include under floor heating, ample gated car parking, delightful large garden and welcome food basket.

Bedrooms            2

Ensuites               1

Sleeps                  4

Receptions          Living Room, Sunroom and Dining Room

Beach                   4.1 miles

Golf Course         4.3 miles

Amenities             3 miles

Standard              Kettle, Toaster, Iron

Utilities                Dishwasher, Washing Machine, Microwave, Fridge / Freezer, Cooker, TV & DVD Player, Wi-Fi, Barbecue

Furniture             Double Bed, 2 Single Beds, Dining for 6, Lounge for 6

                            (Single beds can be made into a double on request.)

Bathrooms          Shower Room/Toilet and Ensuite

Fold away bed and travel cot available on request.

The cottage is convenient to may famous attractions - NEARBY ATTRACTIONS:

Giants Causeway

Flanked by the wild North Atlantic Ocean and a landscape of dramatic cliffs, for centuries the Giant’s Causeway has inspired artists, stirred scientific debate and captured the imagination of all who see it.

Ballintoy Harbour

Ballintoy Harbour is an incredibly quaint little fishing harbour located about 1 km from the small village of Ballintoy. Its hidden beauty is found at the end of the harbour road where you will find a small beach and a limestone harbour.

White Park Bay

The spectacular sandy beach forms a white arc between two headlands on the North Antrim coast. In this secluded location, even on a busy day there is plenty of room for quiet relaxation. The beach is backed by ancient dunes that provide a range of rich habitats for bird and animal life.

Carrick A Rede Rope Bridge

Carrick-a-Rede Rope Bridge is a famous rope bridge near Ballintoy in County Antrim, Northern Ireland. The bridge links the mainland to the tiny island of Carrickarede. It spans 20 metres and is 30 metres above the rocks below.

Fair Head, Ballycastle

Fair Head is a recognisable landmark which towers almost 200m out of the sea to the east of Ballycastle. Fairhead is a popular spot for rock climbing, containing some of the hardest graded routes in Ireland. A path called The Grey Man's Path winds around the rugged coastline.

Dunluce Castle

The spectacular castle-crowned crag, on the famous north Antrim coast, was shaped when the sea cut deep into the rock. Dunluce Castle, originally occupied by the MacQuillan family and later the MacDonnells was besieged by the British in the 16th Century.

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