If you have a satnav/GPS unit we strongly recommend that you enter in the co-ordinates to find us:
north: 55.11415 West: 6.13214

The cottage is tucked into the hill overlooking the scenic valley of Glendun.

Drumfaskey Cottage is the perfect base for anyone who would like to stay in an area of unsurpassed natural beauty. The property is beside Ronan`s Way which is a series of designated walks through farmland.Guests can choice which tracks to follow  varying in length from 5.5km to 1.5km. From the high tracks superb views of Rathlin Island, the Sea of Moyle, The Mull of Kintyre and large stretches of the Ulster countryside may be enjoyed.There are a number of viewing points where visitors can rest or picnic and enjoy the sights and sounds of the valley as well as being able to observe the local flora and fauna.

The Glens of Antrim offers a totally unique fusion of breathtaking scenery and bustling villages. The traveller will be enthralled by its fascinating heritage and inspiring myths, a timeless landscape where rugged coastline surrounds silent, romantic glens and lush forests.  Nearby, St. Patrick once tended his herds on the slopes of Slemish and the warrior poet Oísín was laid to rest in Glenann.

Throughout the glens, secluded beaches beckon and clear streams gush down from the hills to wander through unspoilt lowlands and picturesque villages.

The Glens of Antrim have been recognised as unique landscape and are officially designated as an ‘Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty’.  This includes a fifty mile shoreline, forests, open grasslands, peat bogs and mountain upland rich in history and culture.  A long history of settlement and war is marked in the dramatic landscape by prehistoric stone tombs, churches and castles that tell of an age gone by and are a delight to behold for both the enthusiast and passers by.  Please observe our Sites of Interest page to find out more…

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