“In pools among the rushes, that scarce could bathe a star, we seek for slumbering trout, and whispering in their ears;” W. B. Yeats.
Named after the Ess-Na-Laragh waterfall, the sublime award-winning Laragh Lodge, was built in 1890, and sits amid the world famous Glens of Antrim; an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty. So why not take a delightful break from exploring, and enjoy some fabulous food and drink at the utterly sublime Laragh Lodge. All food is freshly cooked to order, locally sourced, contemporary Irish cuisine, available throughout the day, and includes Vegetarian, Vegan and Gluten Free options. There’s a warm and welcoming atmosphere in this lovely shiny-clean restaurant, which blends period and modern touches together to create a relaxing, pleasing ambiance. Serenely situated within the enchanting Glenariff Forest Park: Laragh Lodge makes a spectacular spot to sit awhile as you take a rest from the wonderful waterfalls, forest trails and superb walks.
The Red Arch is one of the most spectacular features on the scenic Antrim Coast Road: and if you’re looking for an equally spectacular place to stay; Glendale Bed & Breakfast makes the perfect choice. Family run, the welcome is warm and extremely hospitable: situated
Dating back to the 17th century, the castle boasts some of the most beautiful panoramic views in the country. Not only is it set in an idyllic location, but it is the perfect base for exploring Antrim and its surroundings. *