Leave dry land behind as you set sail onboard Curiosity or discover life below the waves with Eagle Divers NI. Tuck into tasty plates of local provenance on a foodie tour. Wash it all down with a glass of amber whiskey at the Arkle Whiskey Bar in the Londonderry Arms Hotel. Explore the grounds of a 16th century castle and settle around the fire to hear some traditional folk tales.
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Places to Dine
Sample the beautiful cuisine on offer in Northern Ireland’s garden
Having spent your days exploring the natural beauty of Glenarm and Carnlough– whether cycling, walking, running or hiking – you’re bound to have worked up an appetite. Both villages boast a range of delicious cafés, restaurants, bars and inns, including: Glenarm Walled Garden Tearoom; The Milk Parlour; The Art House Tea Emporium; Bridge End Tavern; The Coast Road Inn; Twilight Coffee; The Glencloy Inn, Harbour Lights and The Londonderry Arms Hotel.
For more places to eat and drink, see here: https://shapedbyseaandstone.com/food-drink
Places to rest
Treat yourself to a luxurious rest in one of Glenarm and Carnlough’s many beautiful hideaways
After all that activity and good eating, you’re definitely going to want to find somewhere comfortable, hospitable and affordable to rest. Some examples of the stunning retreats on offer are at Ocean View Pods; Water's Edge Glenarm; Barbican; Londonderry Arms Hotel; Largy Coastal Apartments and Twilight Bunkhouse.