From Lisnagalt Lodge you are truly spoilt for choice. You may participate in activities such as golf, fishing, walking, or relax on one of our wonderful beaches. By road you can travel along the Causeway Coast route and experience one of Irelands most scenic drives. Pass unspoilt beaches, rugged wind swept cliffs and picturesque towns and villages as you proceed.
Renowned for it's polygonal columns of layered basalt, it is the only World Heritage site in Northern Ireland. Enjoy a truly great experience travelling on a steam locomotive along a magnificent coastal stretch of line between Bushmills and the Giants Causeway or take a stroll on it'd unique rock formations.
Carrick-a-Rede Rope Bridge
A short coastal footpath leads to the Carrick-a-rede Rope Bridge. On the way there are wonderful vantage points where you can stop and take in the natural beauty of the area.You can walk across the rope bridge to a rockyisland and enjoy a wonderful clifftop experience.
This temple was built in 1785 as a summer library. It is situated on the cliff edge where there are breathtaking views across the north coast of Ireland.
Joey Dunlop Memorial Garden
Joey Dunlop, born in Ballymoney was sffectionally known to motorcycle racing fans and competitors alike as 'Knig of the Roads' and 'Yer Maun'. Joey lost his life in Estonia in 2000.
Robert Dunlop Memorial Garden
Robert Dunlop, younger brother of Joey, and known as 'The Mighty Micro' is the most successful rider at the famous North West 200 road race and lost his life at this race in 2008. Through their courage and determination they became two of the most successful riders of all time. The memorial gardens are situated in their home town of Ballymoney.
Dunluce Castle perched on its cliff top site dates back to the 14th century drenched in history. Sunset at Dunluce is both picturesque and romantic and a popular photographic subject.
Distance from Lisnagalt Lodge 5 miles.
The island's rugged cliffs are home to the biggest sea bird colony in Northern Ireland. In particular, puffins during their breeding season (May and June). Ferries to the island leave Ballycastle daily with calm weather.
Distance from Lisnagalt Lodge to Ballycastle 11 miles.