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Welcome to our traditional-style Irish stone cottage

 NEW OFFER:  20% discount on June 2016 stays!  Fleixble stays of 2 nights or more available.

Copperpot Cottage is nestled amongst a wooded cluster of cottages in the heart of Ireland's famous Causeway Coast within easy reach of the Giants Causeway, Carrick-a-Rede Rope Bridge, spectacular Whitepark Bay Beach and the postcard-pretty villages of Cushendun and Ballintoy.

Portrush beaches, restaurants, shops, pubs and golf course are just over a mile away. Hiking paths and horseriding are on the doorstep.  Salmon fishing on the River Bush is just 7 miles east, in sight of the famous Bushmills distillery.

Comfortably sleeping 6 - 1 master with ensuite, 1 double, 1 twin - the cottage offers easy charm and plenty of luxury.  Pure cotton sheets, snuggly duvets and pocket sprung mattresses even cupboards stocked with cooking essentials. Snuggle up beside our grand open fire in the lounge or relax in the light-filled kitchen snug. Cook up a storm on the kitchen range or bbq in the private back garden. With secure courtyard parking for two cars, you have an ideal base for exploring the spectacular natural beauty of the North Antrim Coast and Glens.

Family friendly.  Flexible stays.  Final week of August 2016 still available! 

To find out more call Nicci on 07514324455 or email stays@copperpotcottage.uk.

 

 

Highlights
  • Stylish, spacious, sleeps 6
  • 1.5 miles to beaches, restaurants, shops
  • Wood burning stove
  • Private garden with BBQ
  • Free Wifi
  • Linen, utilities and welcome basket included
  • WINNER: Tripadvisor 2014 Certificate of Excellence
Guest Comments
We stayed, 4 adults and 2 children, in this great cottage for a weekend in February. The cottage was very comfortable and very well equipped. The owners were very welcoming and we would hope to stay a ... — Andy, 21 Feb 2014
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