Cottage Holidays in Cushendall
The largely rural district of Moyle is one of Northern Ireland's northernmost districts and has a coast line on the North Atlantic Ocean. The district's main town is Ballycastle. Villages situated in the picturesque settings include Waterfoot, Armoy, Bushmills and the coastal villages of Ballintoy and Cushendun.
Many of the famous nine Glens of Antrim can be found in the locality and the whole area is steeped in legend and mythology. Moyle has plenty of forest and parkland for walkers of all ages to enjoy but also offers a range of activities for the more adventurous such as scuba diving and rock climbing.
The district of Moyle is blessed with some of Northern Ireland's most famous and striking attractions such as the world famous Giant's Causeway and remote Rathlin Island. Other attractions include Dunseverick Castle earthworks and their stunning cliffside location and those with a head for heights may want to try crossing the Carrick-a-Rede Rope Bridge.Read More...