village in Northern Ireland

Cushendall is in County Antrim. It's a very rural area with a small population of about 2100; however, the town is used to tourists and has a large number of facilities available and an annual "Heart Of The Glens" festival.


High street and Curfew tower

Get inEdit


From Ballymena onwards there are clearly marked road signs and on the A2 coast road between Ballycastle Larne.


Bus 150 from Ballymena

Get aroundEdit


The town has many paths for walking and is within walking distance


  • 1 Curfew Tower. built as jail "for the confinement of idlers and rioters" in the early 19th century,


  • 1 Glenariff Forest Park. The Waterfall Walkway    



Several restaurants and cafes are located around the town. There is also 2 pizza takeouts and an Chinese


There are two main pubs, both of which are connected to each other and are located on the main street


There is a hotel located on the main street. There is also a Bed And Breakfast 15 minuets away form the village, outside Waterfoot.


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