The cottage is 2 bedroomed with an open fireplace in the living room. Logs and firewood are provided. All the rooms are on the ground floor. The cottage has been recently refurbished and has an electric cooker, hob, microwave oven and washing machine. All essential cooking utensils and crockery are provided. It is surrounded by lawns. It is centrally located and is 45 mins from Belfast International airport.
“June was such a friendly host with great suggestions for local food and places to visit. There was a cozy fire going upon arrival that took a bit of tending but kept the cottage warm in the evening. That did seem to be the only source of heating as it was rather cool in the morning (it was a February though, so not unexpected) but all the more reason to get about your day. The beds were provided with electric blankets which were a boon. A quick reminder that there is not WiFi and my cell reception was weak, perfect if your looking to get away from it all.”
The Byre is an old stone built cattle shed which is converted to an accommodation block with fully equipped kitchen, two bedrooms which sleep five, bathroom and living room. It has its own private parking and is well of the main Road with panoramic views of County Antrim .
“Really great place that's actually a lot bigger than it looks in the pictures on Airbnb. The bed was comfy and the shower has a feature that shows the temperature. Remember to close the door when cooking breakfast, as I forgot. Few dogs came in looking for bacon”
My place is close to the North Coast which is renowned for its beauty and golf facilities, Game of Thrones locations, Giant's Causeway, beaches, fishing and walking. It is located approx. 40 minutes from Belfast International airport and Derry. You’ll love my place because of the peaceful surroundings and its central location. The Brown Trout Inn is close by which has golf facilities and a restaurant. Ireland's oldest thatched pub with traditional music, The Crosskeys Inn, is close by.
“I feel cheated that we didn't have more time to spend at Rozzy's because I would have loved to have been there for a week. The house is not perfect--it's a house on a farm, after all. But if you have a love of history, any slight aesthetic gaps are well-overcome by the gorgeous bones of the place and the maps and original, antique art on the walls. The biggest draw, however, is Rozzy herself. She is warm, easy to talk to (would have spent days in her dining room over a pot of tea had we not had other obligations), and very accommodating. Her hospitality was wonderful, and her attention to our son--who found lots of toys available for him to play with--was so appreciated. She took our 4 year old out to feed the cows and sheep and then sent us pics she had taken. He did NOT want to leave either. (Parents, if you've never booked on a farm, do it...and choose this one). Breakfast was simple, but frankly, just the home-baked bread is enough of a draw. We are planning another trip to N. Ireland because we missed some sights, and will be staying with Rozzy again! Thanks, Rozzy and Hermione!”