Ballycastle has a beach and views across to Rathlin Island and the Mull of Kintyre in Scotland. The town is at the northern mainland limit of the Antrim Coast and Glens Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty.
Fair Head is Ballycastle's most outstanding landmark rising 196 metres (643 ft) out of the bay. Goats can be seen roaming among the rocks beneath the clifftops, where a walkway called 'The Gray Man's Path' winds around the rugged coastline.
Prices £420 - £600
Cuckoo's Nest offers an ideal base for those wishing to explore Ireland’s North Coast.
Cuckoo's Nest has spectacular views and scenery. The cottage is set in acres of countryside and private lanes.
Facilities include a fishing lake, wheelchair/bike accessible off-road trail, traditional stonewalls, 19th-century famine graveyard, children’s outdoor playset, private car parking as well as horses and donkeys.
Prices £270 - £350
Set in Glenshesk, one of the nine Glens of Antrim, the School House overlooks the majestic Knocklayde Mountain. Built in 1834, the School House provided education for the local children until it closed in 1969.
Now a charming holiday home Glenshesk Schoolhouse has been completely refurbished for modern day living while retaining the character and style of the original school with a gallery master bedroom.