Just 3 miles from the Giant’s Causeway Visitor’s Centre and 3 miles from Ballintoy, the cottage is an ideal base to explore the many attractions of the area such as Bushmills Distillery, Whitepark Bay, Carrick-a-rede Rope Bridge, Ballycastle, Rathlin Island and the Glens of Antrim.
The cottage is a semi-detached 2 story traditional white cottage which was built out of local basalt stone in 1939 and was the home of a local Dunseverick fisherman and his family for many years. The adjoining cottage was home to his brother, also a fisherman, and sister.
We bought the cottages in 1995 and after a full refurbishment they were approved by the Tourist Board and became holiday cottages.
We loved coming to Dunseverick for holidays and in 2019 we retired to “198”.
The cottage has 2 double bedrooms upstairs with a lounge, dining room , bathroom and kitchen downstairs.
It is equipped with oil fired central heating. An open fire in the living room adds a warm and cosy atmosphere.
The bathroom has wash hand basin, toilet, power shower over bath and shaver point.
The kitchen comprises cooker, microwave, fridge with freezer compartment, washing machine and all cooking equipment.