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Cushendall village conservation area

Cushendall village conservation area

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Published by Department of the Environment (NI), Department of Housing, Local Government and Planning in Belfast .
Written in English


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StatementDepartment of the Environment (NI), Department of Housing, Local Government and Planning.
ContributionsGreat Britain. Department of the Environment for Northern Ireland., Great Britain. Department of Housing, Local Government and Planning (Northern Ireland)
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL19802754M

15/12/ Visit Causeway Coast and Glens. Cushendall is a conservation town at the foot of Lurigethan Mountain. A minor road from the shore near Cushendall Golf Club that winds uphill to the remains of the ancient church and graveyard of Layde, is a quiet place from which to enjoy views of Red Bay and the lush countryside surrounding this quaint town 😍. Since most of the village and the parkland around Glenmona to the north has been owned by the National Trust. Cushendun's picturesque coastal setting in the heart of the Antrim Coast and Glens Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty, together with its architectural inheritance, resulted in designation as a Conservation area in

Although the village has a long history of settlement, its real development began in when the village was purchased by Francis Turnly. One of Cushendalls most prominent landmarks, the Curfew Tower, is associated with this period. Cushendall Conservation Area encloses the heart of the village. Cushendall is a designated conservation area with woodland walks, hill walking, golf, marina and watersports activities. The village itself is very pretty and an ideal base to explore the Antrim causeway coast and Glens of Pub. Restaurant. Beach miles.

In the shadow of Lurigethan Mountain on the Causeway Coastal Route join your local guide John to appreciate Cushendall, his playground between the rock & the river since childhood. Designated as the second Conservation Area in Northern Ireland, much of the historic character of the 19th-century settlement remains, which includes the largely. Cushendall Information about Cushendall. Cushendall is a village and townland (of acres) in County Antrim, Northern Ireland. It is located in the historic barony of Glenarm Lower and the civil parish of Layd and is part of Causeway Coast and Glens district.


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Cushendall Conservation Area encloses the heart of the village. The boundary includes the historic core of the village on the west bank of the river, together with the extensive wooded grounds of The Cottage and the older part of the settlement on the east bank of the river.

Shop for Cushendall Goods. T Shirts / Mugs & more. Cushendall is in a conservation area and has distinctive character. Nestled in dramatic landscape and surrounded by mountains and sea it is the ideal spot for visiting the Glenariff Waterfalls, the Nine Glens of Antrim, Giant's Causeway, Carrick-a-Rede Rope bridge and Old Bushmills Distillery.

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This natural attraction is a site of World Heritage located just an hour drive from Cushendall. Glenariff Forest Park: Glenariff Forest Park is a beautiful hectare forest with planted woodland, lakes, outdoor recreation spaces and conservation areas.

There are three waterfalls that provide a rich backdrop for photographers. Cushendall is in County Antrim. It's a very rural area with a small population of about ; however, the town is used to tourists and has a large number of facilities available and an annual "Heart Of The Glens" festival.

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This village is designated a conservation area in an area of outstanding natural beauty. It was the second to be so designated in Northern Ireland - the first being Gracehill, Co Antrim.

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It is located in the historic barony of Glenarm Lower and the civil parish of Layd, and is part of Causeway Coast and Glens district.