An Caislean (comprising three renovated Victorian townhouses: Glenluce Lodge (3 STAR guest house), Corratavey House (bed & breakfast) and Castle Hostel) offers various styles of accommodation for the discerning traveller in Ballycastle, the most picturesque, town along the Causeway Coast & Glens of Antrim route. Glenluce Lodge and Corratavey House together seek to create the atmosphere of a boutique hotel, while Castle Hostel offers clean and cosy rooms for the budget traveller.
An Caislean is located half way between Ballycastle town centre and the seafront and is within a short 5 minute walk of restaurants, bars, tennis courts, golf course, children's playparks, shops, ferries to Rathlin Island and Scotland and local walks on the beach, riverside, and forest. Located on Cycle Route 93 from Ballycastle to Ballyshannon, An Caislean is just 50 metres off the Causeway Coast and Glens car route.
The Giants Causeway is 16 km away, and Carrick-a-rede Rope Bridge is just 5 km along the route. Walkers can explore the Moyle Way, the Causeway Coast walk, Rathlin Island and a walk to Torr Head from this base, while rock climbers can test their mettle on the famous climbs up the Fair Head cliff face. Excellent restaurants and convivial bars with live traditional Irish, country and modern music are all within five minutes walk and a new and popular and reputable nightclub for those who want to dance the night away.
An Caislean has free off-street parking and free Wi-fi access in living rooms and in most bedrooms . For those coming by public transport, An Caislean is just 50 metres from the main Marine Corner Bus Stop.
Breakfast is served with eggs from hens who roam free-range in the yard. The tea house offers fresh homemade snacks and meals, while for an evening meal you can enjoy one of the many restaurants and bar meals within 5 minutes walk.
A table-tennis table is available for the children.
An Caislean - THE place to stay on the North Coast of Ireland