Things to do
Explore Ballycastle & the Causeway coastal route
Situated 6 miles of the North Coast of County Antrim. Rathlin island is accessible by ferry from Ballycastle, ferry crossings run daily with Rathlin island Ferry ltd.
There is a population of around 140 which is increasing year on year. The island is home to some very special guests…….the puffins!
The Puffins frequent the island from April to July so dont miss out on an opportunity to see these fascinating birds. Visit the West Light Seabird Centre to see the puffins and other spectacular seabirds.
Discover the tranquillity and natural beauty of the island on your travels.
Crossing time: 20/45 mins dependant on ferry
Sheans Horse Farm
Sheans Horse Farm & Heritage Centre is situated in Armoy, County Antrim in the Glens of Antrim. It is located close to the Dark Hedges and just 5 miles of the Causeway Coast.
A wide range of activities available for everyone;
Horse Trekking, Picnic Trails, Game of Thrones themed trails along filming locations & more!
Find out about local heritage & enjoy a memorable experience with the horses
Distance: 15 mins drive from Marine Hotel
Carrick-a-rede Rope Bridge
Carrick-a-rede rope bridge is a bridge located in the village of Ballintoy, County Antrim.
The bridge spans across 20 meters between mainland and the Carrick-a-Rede island itself. It is suspended 30 meters above the sea and rocks below. The most famous bridge in Ireland and one of the highest, one for the brave!
The bridge was first erected 350 years ago by Salmon Fishermen. A tourist hotspot on the Causeway Coastal Route
Distance: 10 minute drive
The Giants Causeway
Discover the most famous stones in the world. The Giants Causeway is a geological wonder, attracting thousands of visitors annually from all across the globe to the historical site
There are around 40,000 interlocking basalt columns as a result of a volcanic eruption 60 million years ago
Distance: 15 minutes drive from Marine Hotel