The Hayloft at Bay Cottage is a welcoming first floor apartment, idyllically overlooking the nearby Lough Neagh, just over four miles from the fascinating town of Antrim in Northern Ireland.
Boasting a scenic balcony and with many tourism opportunities nearby, this is an ideal property for a much-needed couple's retreat.
Access this loft apartment via a set of internal stairs and enter into a well-presented living area.
The splendid open-plan layout consists of a stylish black and white kitchen area, a charming dining table looking out towards the surrounding area and a cosy sitting area, lovingly laid out so you can curl up and watch your favourite films with your other half.
Just off of this room, you will discover a delightfully comforting bedroom which conveniently provides zip/link beds, as well as a crisp all-white en-suite and yet more pleasing rural views.
In the sunny weather, wander out onto the decked balcony where you can sip a chilled drink of choice whilst appreciating the picturesque Lough Neagh.
Nearby is the splendid town of Antrim, bursting with quality spots to shop, eat and drink along with a selection of historic landmarks from its castle and gardens to the Deerpark Bridge.
There are many walks available in the area, offering some breath-taking views as a well-deserved reward.
Within easy driving distance is the unique city of Belfast, promising a memorable trip whether you're seeking traditional Irish bars or attractions displaying the city's rich history.
All an hours drive away are the famous attractions such as the Giant's Causeway, The Gobbins and National Trust properties in Mid-Ulster A lovely apartment placed well for exploring County Antrim.
All first floor. One bedroom: 1 x super king-size (zip/link, can be twins on request) with en-suite shower over bath, basin and WC. Open-plan living area with kitchen, dining area and sitting area.
About the location
Lisburn 18 miles; Belfast 18 miles
This stunning, historic town rests in the northeast of Northern Ireland, along the Six Mile Water and near the stunning Lough Neagh. Bursting with heritage, there are many notable landmarks in the town including the striking Deerpark Bridge, the Antrim Castle and Gardens and the Barbican Gate, the original gateway to the castle. In terms of facilities, Antrim abounds in superb amenities including shops, bars, restaurants and pubs. It also offers two lochside golf courses. The two cities of Lisburn and Belfast are 18 miles away and are well worth the trip. Lisburn is attractive and well-appointed while also offering a museum, a cinema and an arts centre. The capital of Northern Ireland, Belfast, is also well worth a day trip, a place bursting with character and history along with traditional pubs and bars playing live music.