94 Whitepark Road
A warm and friendly welcome awaits visitors to this lovely new Country House which offers visitors excellent food, accommodation and service.
The location is idyllic as Glenmore House is nestled within 90 acres, with two lakes, making an ideal venue for walking, fishing, cycling, golfing and visiting some of the places of interest close by, the Glens of Antrim, the Giants Causeway and Carrick a Rede rope bridge.
All guest bedrooms are en-suite and have colour television, tea & coffee making facilities, ironing, hairdryer, Jacuzzi baths are in some rooms and most have a sea view .
There is a lounge for guests to relax in to read or watch television, children are welcome and car parking is available with disabled access.
Glenmore House has a no-smoking policy for the enjoyment of all guests.
Relax in lovely surroundings and enjoy a delicious choice of breakfast dishes from a varied menu, prepared using local fresh produce, and three course evening meals. Special dietary requirements are catered for and you can dine in the comfort of the restaurant or have a snack made up to take-away.
There are some amazing views along the scenic coast road with spectacular views of Rathlin Island and Scotland as well as the countryside and a boat from Ballycastle will take you to Rathlin Island where you will have a chance to see Puffins.
Fly fishing - private fishing is available to guests in the well stocked fishing lake. There are picnic areas and you can have a snack made up in the on-site restaurant.
Fishing lodge with tea making facilities & microwave oven
Rod Hire also flies available to buy
Disabled (Wheelchair area with special parking)
Restaurant on site (Breakfast available)
Picnic and Barbeque areas
Touring Van & Camping Site with Shower Facilities (quiet site)
Electric hook ups
Modern Clean Shower Block
Washing machine and tumble drier
Glenmore Caravan and Camping Park is situated on the B15, the main coast road between Ballintoy and Ballycastle, which is ideal for visiting the Giants Causeway, the Carrick-a-Rede-Rope-Bridge, Bushmills Distillery or the Glens of Antrim as well as many places of historical interest in the surrounding area.
The campsite is made up of a number of small areas, including one overlooking the lake, which is great if you enjoy fishing and there are many walks where you will see the many species of bird life; including the Buzzard or just relax on one of the view points to take in the beauty of Rathlin Island, the Mull of Kintyre or Isla.
The location is ideal for visitors who are interested in painting as Glenmore is surrounded by some of the nicest views on the Antrim coast.
Please contact further details and bookings. Flight information is also available.