All within 12 miles...

1 » The Giant's Causeway - 1 mile

2 » Dunseverick Castle - 1 mile
3 » Dunseverick Harbour - 1 1/2 miles

4 » White Park Bay - 2 1/2 miles
5 » Old Bushmills Distillery - 3 miles

6 » Dunluce Castle - 5 miles
7 » Ballintoy Harbour - 6 miles

8 » Carrick-a-rede Rope Bridge - 6 1/2 miles
9 » Portrush - 9 miles

10 » Ballycastle - 12 miles

» The Cliff Path is a 4 mile walk around the Northernmost point in Northern Ireland
» Enjoy some or all of five 18-hole and three 9-hole golf courses, all within 12 miles of Ruby Stove Cottage.

 

Getting there...

1. Fly, Ferry or Swim :-)

2. Car rental available at airports

3. Car is recommended

4. Directions will be provided at booking

 

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Ruby Stove Cottage Rests on The Most Northerly Road in Northern Ireland

Ruby Stove Cottage is between the Giant's Causeway and Dunseverick Castle. The Cliff Path can be entered from either end and is a mile from your front door. Picture-taking is a MUST as you walk along the edge of the cliff overlooking the ports below, which are crescent-shaped features unique to the coastline. The Girona, a ship of the Spanish Armada, was wrecked at Port na Spaniagh in a storm on the night of October 26th, 1588, with only five survivors out of the 1,300 men aboard her. Part of the treasure recovered in 1967 and 1968 can be viewed at the Ulster Museum, Belfast.

 

Video of the Giant's Causeway
by National Geographic

 

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