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Parking You can park a bus...
There is ample space for a large family car or caravan, plenty of space for 6 cars. Bring the bus, We provide a Hozelock water jet for spraying your Vehicle & topping up the water reserves of your equipment. The Premesis are secure with Gates and the Property is fully insured.
Relaxing Garden Relaxing Gardens...
Why not relax when you get here, at any time feel free to relax in the garden and enjoy the property and all it has to offer. We have 100’s of species of Traditional and Modern Imported Plants and Shrubs, all this attracts the local wildlife and Birds especially.
Main entrance Drive on in...
Following our signs and Route Planners, it will take you no time at all to get here. One you know your here, just drive on in and park up anywhere convenient to unload your luggage. If you need help with this please just email our great customer services dept.
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We have unspoiled views over the countryside towards the Sea, Perfect for Sight seeing, Bird Watching and relaxing.
Wakeup Breakfast Serving breakfast from 7.30 - 9.30 by arrangement
Wake up with; Selection of Tea’s / Fresh filtered Coffee & toast.
Choice of breakfast cereals / Porridge / Muesli
Yogurts / Fruit / Juice
Eggs / Bacon / Sausage
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Our Gardens and Patio area are perfect to have an outside BBQ if the weather is permitting and the conditions are right.
Description of the accommodation
Rest A While bed & breakfast is sited on the edge of Bushmills village in the heart of the glorious Causeway coast. Set in a country location 600 metres from the Bushmills Distillery and less than 3 miles from the Giants Causeway. The seaside resorts of Portrush & Portstewart, Carrick-a-rede rope bridge, Dunluce castle and the many golf courses, including Royal Portrush are all within a few miles.
We have double / twin and family rooms all en-suite with TV and tea/coffee making facilities.
Other info of the accommodation
From the war memorial in the town center take a right towards the Bushmills Distillery. Past the Distillery take a left onto the Straid road and continue towards Ballycastle for half a mile. At the crossroads take a left onto Castlenagree road and Rest-A-While is on your right.
Rest A While is a no smoking area with a warm and friendly atmosphere.
A lounge area with free broadband internet access is also available.
Open all year.
The Weather is very dynamic here and can change quickly and suddenly
The place fit the bill for a comfortable B&B in the countryside near Bushmills, Causway Coast, etc. Host was prepared with helpful info and helped to connect us to transportation and local entertainment. We tremendously enjoyed our time in the area.
Stayed April 2015, travelled as a couple
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room 4 family en-suite bedroom
Room 4 family en-suite bedroom
Room 4 en-suite
Room 4 Family en-suite bedroom
A new large room consisting of a double & single bed making it ideal for families, couples or 2/3 friends.
The en-suite includes a shower. The bedroom has Tea/coffee making facilities, hair dryer, TV , Free wifi (wireless Internet) & fresh towels.
Causeway School Museum – 10.00 AMThe Causeway School opened in 1915 and closed in 1962, it was built by the Macnaghten family in memory of their father Baron Macnaghten of Runkerry and replaced the original Causeway School which had been in existence from the middle of the nineteenth century. That school existed where the ‘listed’ period house stands on the right hand corner as you begin to drive up to the giants causeway car park, now The Nook.Inishowen Maritime Museum – 09:00 AMInishowen Maritime Museum & Planetarium is located at the Old Coast Guard station over looking Greencastle Harbour on the banks of the beautiful Lough Foyle. It is situated beside the Lough Foyle ferry entrance; this passenger/car ferry service runs between Greencastle and Magilligan,Ballymoney Tourist Information Centre – 08.00 AMSituated just 15 miles from the breathtaking Causeway Coast and within easy reach of the fabled Glens of Antrim, Ballymoney is one of the North East’s finest gems. Easily accessible by both road (A26) and rail, Ballymoney Town is worthy of a retail or leisure outing for local residents and visitors to the area
The Dark HedgesThis beautiful avenue of beech trees was planted by the Stuart family in the eighteenth century. It was intended as a compelling landscape feature to impress visitors as they approached the entrance to their home, Gracehill House. Two centuries later, the trees remain a magnificent sight and have become known as the Dark Hedges.Movanagher Fish FarmMovanagher is a working fish farm producing brown and rainbow trout for restocking angling waters throughout Northern Ireland. Tours can be arranged by appointment and consists of a visit to the hatchery and fish ponds where visitors may feed the fish. The manager if requested in advance can give talks. All tours are conducted by farm staff.Joey Dunlop Memorial GardenThe Joey Dunlop Memorial Garden was built in memory of this unique special man. The garden is a fitting tribute to one of Ballymoney’s greatest ambassadors, who won five Formula One World Championships, 13 North West 200 races, 24 Ulster Grand Prix and a world record 26 wins in the Isle of man TT races. In this excellent setting you will have time to reflect on the achievements of the legendary Joey Dunlop MBE, OBE.Benvarden GardensThis historic estate was built in the 1630s and owned by the Montgomery family since 1798. Most of the landscaping and planting of the mature trees was carried out by them in the years 1800-1820. The Walled Garden, about 2 acres in area, appears on a map dated 1788 and has been cultivated since then without interruption, although with alterations to the layout from time to time.