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A very special place

The service at the Londonderry Arms was exceptional. Very friendly and helpful staff. Nothing was too much trouble. We were on a walking holiday and the staff were very helpful regarding local walks and places to visit. The hotel is very inviting, with spacious lounges for relaxing over tea or coffee, with comforting roaring fires. Excellent food freshly prepared. I cannot think of anything they could have done better and all at a very reasonable cost!
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Causeway Coastal Route
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Rathlin Island and Bird Watching
If you fancy a day trip to somewhere different, why not go to Rathlin Island Kebble Nature Reserve. It is a 13 mile round trip, a duration of 6 hours. The ferry terminal is at Church Bay. The ferry leaves the coastal town of Ballycastle, a forty-five minute drive north from the hotel, each morning and returns each evening (weather permitting).

If you wish to go to Rathlin Island to do some bird watching it is advisable to contact the RSPB warden on Rathlin to arrange access to the west lighthouse observation platform (Tel. 028 2076 3948).

Contact www.aquasports.biz.
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The Giant's Causeway
Ireland's top tourist attraction and UNESCO World Heritage site, the world famous Giant's Causeway display formations of unusual six sided basalt columns and a wealth of local and natural history. Open for walking all year round. Visitors centre with interpretive displays, AV theatre and tourist information.

Contact www.northantrim.com/giantscauseway.htm for more information.
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Carrick-A-Rede Rope Bridge
Enjoy the challenge of crossing the precarious Carrick-A-Rede rope bridge which crosses a 24m deep and 18m wide chasm which gives access to a salmon fishery. Stunning views over the sea to the Scottish coast. Coastal walks along the limestone headland. Tea room and information point.

Contact www.northantrim.com/carrick_a_rede.htm for more information.
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Old Bushmills Distillery Co. Ltd
Learn the secrets of the special water from St Columb's Rill in the worlds oldest licenced whiskey distillery. Pass by the shining copper stills and age old oak casks before sampling the finest Irish Malt Whiskey. Guided tours (unsuitable for disabled), cafe, shop, AV presentation.

Contact www.bushmills.com for more information.
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