Tucked away in a rural situation, just outside the County Antrim village of Bushmills, set within its own grounds at the end of a sweeping driveway, is Causeway View.
This wonderfully appointed bungalow rests moments away from the Giants Causeway and offers fabulous views out across the scenic landscape, the perfect retreat for families and friends in a fascinating part of Northern Ireland.
Once you have explored the many corners of County Antrim, return to this delightful base to unwind into your evening and enjoy quality time with your loved ones.
Spend your down time in the games room and get competitive over the football table, as you glimpse a patchwork of green fields surrounding the Bushmills Distillery through the window.
Alternatively, find a spot to relax in the sitting room, where dual aspect windows allow the natural light to flood the space as you drink in the fabulous views, with a chilled glass of your favourite tipple in hand.
There is a telescope positioned in one corner of the room, so you can get a closer look at the Giants Causeway and the abundant wildlife it attracts.
The gas fire will keep you toasty and warm during the winter months, while the conservatory at the front of the house creates harmony with the interior and outdoor space, allowing you to enjoy the gardens at any time of the year.
Cook up a delicious, home-made meal in the fully equipped kitchen and get everyone together around the breakfast table or in the more formal dining room next door, for a family feast to remember.
You also have a handy cloakroom and utility housing freezer, washing machine and tumble dryer, should you wish to do any laundry while you are away.
The bedrooms comprises of three twins, one with its own en-suite shower room, while the master bedroom plays host to a king-size double bed.
Choose to indulge in the Jacuzzi bath after a tiresome day exploring the coast and soak your aching muscles in the warm bubbles, or enjoy a refreshing shower each morning before you head out.
The large grounds, which wrap themselves around the property, offer a fantastic spot for the children to let off some steam on the lawn while you watch on and take in the scenery.
There is a lockable bike shed for bikes and sporting equipment, so you can enjoy one of the many cycling routes in the area.
You won't want to miss a visit to the Bushmillls Distillery to sample a taste of many different varieties of hand-crafted whisky in the oldest working distillery in Ireland.
You can also discover Dunluce Castle on the rugged coastline and you will find Ballycastle town is a lovely place to visit for its golf course and Blue Flag beach, as well as having plenty of places to grab a bite to eat.
shops, great pubs, clubs and restaurants.
The beaches at The White Rocks, Portrush, Portstewart and Downhill offer unexpected delights as well as surfing and sand sledging and you can drive your car onto the beaches at Portstewart and Downhill.
The beaches are clean and expansive and from the Mussenden Temple you can enjoy the views of the Inishowen Peninsula on the horizon.
Visit Old Bushmills Distillery, Giants Causeway, and Carrick-a-Rede Rope Bridge to name but a few.
There are a number of Game of Thrones filming sites nearby, The Dark Hedges, Ballintoy Harbour, Portstewart, Benone and Downhill beaches, Cushundun and Binevenagh to name a few.
Belfast and Londonderry are both a short train rides away with access to shops, restaurants, parks and the Titanic museum in Titanic Quarter in Belfast.
This is a fabulous destination to choose for your next holiday, with a homely base to return to at the end of each day.