23 Market Court
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23 Market Court, Ballycastle, Co. Antrim,
Mr D McAuley
T: (028) 9040 2122
Completed in 2006, this superb 4 bedroom apartment offers all you need for that restful break. ...
This superb 4 bedroom apartment offers all you need for that restful break. The 4 bedroom duplex apartment is furnished to the highest of standards, will cater for all your needs and is situated in the heart of Ballycastle, a small rural town on the most north-easterly tip of County Antrim. Only a few paces from local shops, pubs and restaurants you will be ideally located to make your break even more enjoyable. Ballycastle not only offers beautiful and picturesque surroundings but also a host of entertainment and leisure facilities.
Golfers can perfect their game at any one of twelve golf courses (Ballycastle Links Golf Course is only a mile from the apartment). Anglers will enjoy some of the best game and coarse fishing in Europe, and every type of water sport is available from scuba diving to water skiing and surfing. The Giant's Causeway with its 40,000 stone columns was the first world heritage site in Ireland. It is Ireland's most famous tourist attraction and a must for all visitors to Ireland (and it's only 20 mins drive away!)
From Belfast : Take the M2 out of Belfast following the A26 towards Coleraine. Turn right off the main road on to the A44 through Armoy on to Ballycastle.
From Londonderry : Take the A2 to Limavady then the A37 to Coleraine following the main route through the town to the B67 on to Ballycastle.
BALLYCASTLE BY SEA
There are two main ferry ports in Northern Ireland , Belfast and Larne. These can be reached from Great Britain via Stranraer, Cairnryan, Troon, Fleetwood, Birkenhead and Isle of Man
BALLYCASTLE BY AIR
Causeway Coast and Glens can be easily accessed by air with 3 airports within a 90 minute drive, Belfast International (45 minute drive), George Best Belfast City and City of Derry with direct flights from a number of international destinations. The region can also be reached via international connections in Great Britain.