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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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Places of Interest
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Geology and Archeology
No part of the British Isles holds greater interest for the geologist than the coastline of County Antrim from Larne to Portrush. There are schist's over 300 million years old, the largest lava field in the British Isles formed 50-70 million years ago with glens eroded by retreating glaciers and raised beaches resulting from the land rising when the enormous weight of the ice had melted. The area is rich in ancient monuments, ecclesiastical sites, raths, souterrains, and chambered Cairns. There is a Stone Age weapon factory at Tievebuliagh, early Celtic settlements, Megalithic monuments and giant graves. There is an active Historical Society and members are delighted to meet visitors exploring the area.
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GardensGardens
Visit the Glenarm Castle and Walled Gardens during your stay in Northern Ireland and you will not be disappointed. The Walled Garden and Tea Room is open from May to September (Wed-Sun) with an annual Tulip Festival as well as other events throughout the season.

If you are interested in falconry there are, throughout the season, three unique shows which cover a wide range of raptor species from all over the world.

Drive along the Coast Road to the Carnfunnock Country Park which consists of 473 acres of mixed woodland. There are colourful gardens, ponds, walking trails and coastline. The attraction here is the unique sundials in the walled gardens and you can get lost for a while in the maze! There is something for everyone from an orienteering course, golf, adventure playground and even a miniature railway. There is an admission charge to the car park.
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Special Autumn Activities
At Halloween enjoy a themed and guided Halloween Walk through nearby Glenarm Forest.

LeavesCarnfunnock Country Park consists of 473 acres of mixed woodland, colourful gardens, ponds, walking trails and coastline. Attractions include a walled garden, complete with unique sundials, a maze, orienteering course, adventure playground, miniature railway, caravan park and camp site, golf activities and a visitors centre with a gift and coffee shop. There is an admission charge to the car park.
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Broughshane
The award winning village of Broughshane demonstrates how a community working together can achieve considerable success.

In 1997 alone they have won:

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* * * Queen Mothers Birthday Awards for Environmental Improvements (with DBN Wildflowers)
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Visit the village to see for yourself.
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The Braid Arts CentreThe Braid Arts Centre
The Braid Arts Centre offers a varied programme in the nearby town of Ballymena.

For information on future events or to be included on the free mailing list, call 028 25 635942 or email admin.braid@ballymena.gov.uk.
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