Enjoy the tranquility of the Irish countryside and unspoiled views of the rugged north Antrim in these hand crafted cedar wood cabins.
Please note: minimum stay for this property is: 2 nights low season & 3 nights high season
Just a mile from the picturesque north-Antrim coast is Aurora. This gorgeous location sits in the unspoiled Northern Irish countryside - just a mile from the Giant's Causeway and Atlantic coast - and offers some of the finest views that the region has to offer. Aurora boasts two large two-bedroom wood cabins. These stunning cabins have been hand crafted from the finest Canadian cedar. The expert craftmanship is evident throughout, and guests will be wowed by the striking whole-log composition of each. With their beautifully bedecked interiors, fantastic vantage point over the Ulster landscape, and ideal location for exploring the region, these cabins are a highly sought-after stay. Perfect for honeymooners or a couple of couples, Aurora promises to provide a wholly unique stay. Not to mention the fact that each cabin has their own hot tub!
There are two cabins to choose from: Ulix and Salix. Salix - the larger of the two - benefits from wild Atlantic views out towards Rathlin Island. Both bedrooms are doubles (dual ensuite), with one having two zip-link beds. Ulex is set on an elevated site, providing uninterrupted ocean views. The master bedroom has its own adjoining bathroom (with freestanding bath), while the second is a bijou bunkroom. Both cabins have an open-planned living area with a fully equipped kitchen. The lounge areas have a large corner sofa and cosy wood burner. The two cabins have their own large verandas and private hot tubs, perfect for enjoying the late-night sky.
The cabins are a mile from the world-famous Giant's Causeway, Northern Ireland's first and only UNESCO World Heritage Site. This natural marvel is set on the rugged north Antrim Atlantic coast and is just one of many natural attractions in the area. To the east are the marvellous Glens of Antrim and the Sperrin mountains are an hour’s drive to the south.
The area is also home to some world-class golf courses. The nearby village of Bushmills is the home of the whiskey of the same name. Bushmills is, in fact, the oldest continuously operated distillery in the world, dating all the way back to 1608. Tours are very popular, attracting over 120,000 visitors each year. Along the coast, to the west, is the seaside town of Portrush. For those who wish to venture a bit further then then Derry/Londonderry (famous for its walled city) is roughly an hour's drive.
Price includes the use of a private hot tub during your stay.
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