Kilmail Country Chalet is a contemporary Family run Bed and Breakfast furnished to a high standard with solid oak trim throughout, king size beds, and all the necessary amenities of a top quality accommodation. Located in the North Antrim Countryside, just 4 miles from Coleraine, Ballymoney, Portrush and Portstewart, this is the ideal place for a relaxing stay in the country or base for exploring the stunning North Antrim Coastline.
All Guestrooms Feature:
- Hair Dryer
- Internet Access
- No Smoking House
- Tea In Bedrooms
- TV in Bedroom
Breakfast is served each morning in the bright Dining Room with views of the countryside.
On the Map: Bushmills Village located just off the spectacular coast of Northern Ireland in County Antrim. The town is accessed via the A2 road, that connects the cities of Portrush (to the west) and Ballycastle (to the east).
Bushmills is the gateway to the Giant’s Causeway, a unique rock formation formed 55 million years ago by cooling lava flows, although according to local legend the symmetrical columns were part of a bridge to Scotland built and then destroyed by the famous Irish giant, Finn McCool. Similar rock formations can be found on the Scottish coast. The Causeway visible today is all that remains of the bridge. If visiting the Causeway be sure to take the cliff walk route so that you descend to the water’s edge and approach the Causeway itself from the east. The views across to Scotland and west along the coast to the mountains of Donegal are magnificient. Bushmills is also famous as the home of the world’s oldest whiskey distillery. The license to produce the famous malt whiskey was granted by King James I in 1608. Visitors can take a one hour guided tour which includes a tasting. Just west of Bushmills, the ruins of Dunluce Castle dramatically straddle sheer cliffs that plunge hundreds of feet into the sea. And of course you cannot leave County Antrim without testing your nerves on the Carrick-a-Rede Rope Bridge which can be found just 6 miles east of Bushmills near the village of Ballintoy.