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Causeway Fishermans Cottage Whitehead
Antrim Northern Ireland
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"Charming 400 year old Fishermans Cottage on the Shore on Causeway Coastal Route"
|Causeway Fishermans Cottage Whitehead|
36 Marine Parade
Causeway Coastal Route
Telephone - +44(0)7771537987
Phone - +44(0)7771537987
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| £250-600 per week. 3 bedroom ,sleeps 4-6|
|Causeway Fishermans Cottage on Marine Parade on the shore with stunning views from the dining area, living room, sun room and two of the bedrooms. There is a rocky reef opposite the house that gives an everchanging sea and waves. The garden looks out to sea and along the prommenade the harbour and the start of the famous Blackhead Path to the Lighthouse. |
We are on the Causeway Coastal Route only 12 miles from Belfast, 5 miles from Carrickfergus 1000 year old Castle, 7 miles from Larne Port and right at the beginning of the scenic route via the Glens of Antrim to the Giant's Causeway and the walled city of Derry.
We are child and pet freidly with a fully enclosed garden.
We are well serviced by train and bus with excellent road access to Northern Ireland.
The house is 400 years old and started its life as stables to Castle Chester in Whitehead. It has been servants quarters and then a fishermans cottage for over 200 years. The cottages has been lovingly restored to a very high standard and comfort level. The kitchen dining area has a wood burning range as well as a modern kitchen and leads out onto the garden and patio area. In the cosy living room there is an open or closed wood burning fire. To one side there is a new sun room with stunning views of the local seascape and shore. There are three bedrooms and one bathroom. Full central heating, energy and all bedding supplied.
Whitehead is a delightful sleepy lttle seaside town with excellent food shops and a wonderful home bakery. There is one pub and one wine bar restaurant so it is not known for its wild night life. You can walk round the town to pick up the morning paper buy fresh Ulster bread and be back home to start breakfast in 10 minutes.
Ideal as a base to explore the Causeway Coast yet still easy distance to the culture and nightlife of Belfast. Thge train service allows for late evening meals in Belfast to return on the 11.30pm home to bed. We are well into the country so country walks and seaside walks are all around.