Coast Road Cottage  

Situated in the picturesque village of Cushendall, ‘Coast Road Cottage’ is a townhouse which has received 5 Star approval from the NITB.

This property has been finished internally to an exceptionally high standard, with no limitation to the luxury surrounding you. Enjoy the spectacular sea views overlooking the beautiful Cushendall Golf Course to the Mull of Kintyre in the distance.

Our luxury townhouse offers the perfect balance of a traditional setting in a contemporary environment. It provides the perfect base for someone looking for a place to stay in complete opulence with peace, tranquillity and outdoor living.

Cushendall is an attractive village nestled in the heart of the Glens of Antrim. The natural beauty of the area was officially confirmed when it was designated as an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty. It is located at the bottom of Glenballyeamon, one of the famous nine Glens of Antrim

Close by are a few historical sites. Just a short walk down the street is the Curfew Tower. The tower which is in the centre of the village was built by Francis Turnley in 1817, to confine riotous prisoners. Dan Mc Bride, an army pensioner was given the job of permanent garrison and was armed with one musket, a bayonet, a brace of pistols and a 13 ft long pike.

Just of the main Cushendall / Ballymoney Road is Ossian’s Grave, a megalithic court cairn on a hillside in Lubitavish near Glenann River. Dating from the Stone Age, it is believed to be the burial place of Ossian, the Celtic Warrior Poet.

Situated on the Coast Road between Cushendall and Cushendun are the ruins of Layde Church, one of the oldest and most important historical sites in the glens. Often referred to as a Franciscan Monastery, evidence would indicate that it was in fact a Parish Church.

The exact origins of the site are unknown but it probably began life as a holy place in the Iron Age or before. It was in ruins in 1622 but was rebuilt about 1696 and remained the site of Protestant worship until the 1800’s.