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Cushendall is in County Antrim.


Cushendall is 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.

Get in[edit]


From Ballymena onward's there are clearly marked road signs

Get around[edit]

Map of Cushendall


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 Glenariff Forest Park on Wikipedia Q3364373 on Wikidata



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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