21 Clare Road, Ballycastle, Northern Ireland, BT54 6DB
Explore this park:
Nestled in a designated area of outstanding beauty with sweeping views over the idyllic Ballycastle Bay. The Causeway Coast Holiday Park is situated on the North Antrim coastal route, providing the perfect base to explore Northern Ireland's stunning scenery and historic glens.
An area of Outstanding Beauty, we have a 28 acre site partially wooded and elevated giving fantastic views across the coast.
Indoor Heated Swimming Pool with slide*
On the doorstep of the North Antrim coast with the stunning Giants Causeway only 15 minutes away.
Short stroll from the nearest Blue Flag beach and only 10 minutes walk from the idyllic seaside town of Ballycastle. Also walks, scenic views and picnic points at Ballypatrick Forest.
Activities nearby - Pony trekking, boating, fishing, archery, absailing, canoeing, mountain bike tours (July &Aug)
*Moderate extra charge, pool open 1st March - 30th June weekends only, 1st July - 31st August open 7 days. 1st September - 31st October weekends only.
Accommodation at Causeway Coast Holiday Park is in comfortable standard unit.
Service Charge £11.95 per unit per night
Entertainment+ Passes £7.95 per person per break
Dog Friendly £39.00 per dog
Peak Date Supplement: £3.50 per person per break May 31; £6 per person per break May 27
PAY ONLY £15.00 Jun 7, 14, 21
The Cause Way Coastal Route
Wind your way around the glorious North Antrim Coast &Glens, an outstanding area of natural beauty and stop of at any of the following:-
Carrick- A- Rede- Rope Bridge
The Dark Hedges
The Old Bushmills Distillery
The Giants Causeway 14.1 miles
The Giant's Causeway, renowned for its polygonal columns of layered basalt, is the only UNESCO World Heritage Site in Northern Ireland. Resulting from a volcanic eruption 60 million years ago, this is the focal point of a designated Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty and has attracted visitors for centuries. It harbours a wealth of local and natural history.
Historic Castles Dunluce
With its rich history Dunluce Castle is a real gem, located dramatically close to a headland that plunges straight into the sea. Along with Ballintoy Harbour, it is a key location for exterior Game of Throne shots as the Iron Islands and Pyke.
'The Ould Lammas Fair'
A two-day market fair which has taken place annually in Ballycastle, Co Antrim, since the seventeenth century. Celebrated on the last Monday and Tuesday in August
Game of Thrones Locations Tour***
View the backdrop of Westeros with the iconic film locations from the Emmy award-winning series.
*** The Tour is independently operated through our partners Diamond Leisure Transport. It is not sponsored, endorsed or affiliated with HBO or anyone associated with 'Game of Thrones
The Northern Ireland International Airshow
This event regularly attracts crowds of up to 200,000 and is now firmly established as Irelands largest airshow.
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