03 Feb Glenarm
This is a very pretty village on the North Coast.
If you travel the coast road, with Ireland and Scotland Luxury Tours, you will drive through Glenarm.
It was originally a Medieval village and the layout has not changed that much.
Street names like “Toberwine” and “The Vennel” take you back to those times.
The cottages also give you a medieval feeling.
Glenarm Castle is impressive and still inhabited.
It is a mixture of styles developing over the years with 18th century features mixing with Elizabethan and Tudor looks.
Our driver/guide can take you in for coffee/tea on certain days.
Saint Patricks church is also worth a visit.
It stands on a site originally occupied by a 15th century Franciscan Friary.
Shane O’Neill was a 16th century Gaelic Chieftan.
His decapitated body is buried in the graveyard.
Yes, there is more to Glenarm than you think.