The place for a genuine taste of Ireland or in Gaeilge 'Blás Éireann' in the heart of the glens. The first and only bi-lingual B&B in north Antrim.
We will provide warm comfortable rooms, safe car parking, peace and quiet, generous hearty breakfasts, local tourist things to do info.
We can do this all in Irish and teach Irish language, music, writing and a little local history.
We also host kitchen céilidhs, singing, poetry, recitation, music, where the guests can join in or just soak up a wonderful night's entertainment around the kitchen table.
Our amenities include,
High Chair Available
Hair Dryer In Bedrooms
No Smoking In Bedrooms
Tea Making In Bedrooms
Television In Bedrooms
Garden For Guest Use
Pets Welcome Inside
Wireless Internet Access
Telephone for guest use
Lessons in Irish language and Irish music available on guitar, banjo, mandolin, flute, whistle and accordion. Creative/song/prose/poetry writing advice also available. Lessons £10/half hr or £18/hr.
If you enjoy traditional Irish music, song and story teling you only have to visit our kitchen. Based on the centuries old tradition of 'the céilí' friends and neighbours will drop in from time to time for a great night's entertainment. Bring your singing voices with you and feel free to join in. Sadly we can't guarantee a session for every visit but you never know your luck.
Both my wife Catherine and I are experienced traditional musicians and teachers. We offer classes on a number of instruments - guitar, banjo, whistle, flute and accordion. If you would like to have a lesson please just let us know. We also have for sale my first novel, 'Nut Hollow, the Knife and Nefairious' priced in shops at £15 (£10 for guests).
Free WiFi internet
Children's play area
Activities and Experiences
Art galleries & museums
Antiques & fairs
Tennis court - outdoor
Ramps at the front and back of the house.
Bed and Breakfast
Booking Terms and Conditions
Roadfrom Ballycastle(4.0 miles)
Follow main Cushendall road and look out for Hunter's Bar, take second road on the right after that. Look out for the sign!