Tag - County Antrim

Paddleboarding Sensation In Carrickfergus

The world's fastest growing water sport can be enjoyed all-year round in Carrickfergus with WaveRides Paddleboarding now offering a range of classes in the coastal town’s sheltered harbour. A mixture of punting, surfing and canoeing, paddleboarding is taught by Robbie Richardson, a qualified instructor with over 35 years maritime experience. “I’m delighted to bring the joy...

Ponies, Fun, Learning And Therapy On Offer At Glenview Farm

Glenview Farm Equine Learning Centre provides a unique blend of pony parties, play dates and riding lessons for adults and children, complemented by specialist therapeutic horse riding, in the picturesque countryside between Slemish mountain and the coastal village of Glenarm. Developed and run by Jane Magee, a well-known show rider who has competed at National...

Slow Food Philosophies Positively Embraced By The People Of Northern Ireland

The demand for Slow Food in Northern Ireland has soared over the last decade, thanks to a change in consumer preference and attitude towards their food choices and following the launch of Slow Food Causeway by Taste Causeway in November 2021, there is no better time to get involved in the grassroots movement that...

Learn the Secrets of Soap Making in Ebb & Flow’s Workshops and Live Demonstrations

What started out as a hobby for Dawn Demain, owner of Carnlough-based Antrim Rain Natural Soap Co., has turned into a successful  brand, gift shop and tourist experience. Initially making soap to pass the time and give them out as gifts, Dawn has steadily built up a client base for her product including the Giant’s...

Historic Cloghfin Cottage Receives New Lease of Life

A centuries old crofter’s cottage in Islandmagee has been given a new lease of life thanks to a loving restoration and sensitive modernisation, making it the perfect retreat and launching pad to explore the best of the Causeway Coastal Route. Cloghfin Cottage dates back more than 250 years, steeped in maritime history and has been...