Cushendall Hotels Pubs and Restaurants

The Veranda at Cushendall Golf Club

The Veranda at
Cushendall Golf Club

Harrys bar area

Harry's Bar Area

Johnny Joe's bar

Johnny Joe's

Harry' at Christmas

Harry's at Christmas

Glens of Antrim Hotel bar area

The Glens Hotel
bar area

Glens of Antrim Hotel restaurant area

The Glens Hotel
restaurant area

Cushendall Hotels

The Glens Hotel

The Glens Hotel is the only hotel in Cushendall, and has been catering for locals and visitors for over 200 years. It is a family run business located in the beautiful scenic village of Cushendall and offers a warm and friendly atmosphere. There is a public bar and two restaurants where you can enjoy something from the grill or a three course dinner. Enjoy the views across Cushendall Golf Club and the coast from the outside terrace. There are plenty of specials to tempt you in and the Sunday lunch is not to be missed both for quality and price!

There's also a well attended disco night every Saturday till late.

Pubs

You can also enjoy a quiet drink in any of the hotels or restaurants listed on this page.

The Lurig

Situated right in the centre of Cushendall. Just about 50 yards down from the Glen's Hotel. More suited to a younger clientele or anyone who likes a lively time, there is a games room, with a pool table, dart board and juke box and a separate room where a weekly quizes and karaoke are held. There is a lively and friendly atmosphere and the bar is open until late!

The function room upstairs often hosts singers and bands on the weekends, and is very popular with people coming from miles around.

The Guinness is very good at the Lurig!

Central Bar

Food is available from both the bar and the restaurant. Children and parties are guaranteed a warm Co. Antrim welcome. Music lovers of all tastes are catered for with the provision of both traditional and contemporary music nights. Late night opening until 1am allows both locals and tourist to enjoy to the fullest this traditional Co. Antrim pub.

McCollam's Bar (Johnny Joe's)

If you are looking for a traditional Irish pub, this is the place to be, originally a coaching inn it still retains the character and charm from those by-gone days.

It's obvious that the pub was once a typical Irish dwelling, a range in the kitchen, open fires, a central yard (which now has a roof). Often two or three of the rooms have a different group of musicians, playing traditional Irish music, or blues, or even Snow Patrol!

Restaraunts

Harry�s

Harry�s is ideally situated in the heart of the village. You are assured a warm and friendly welcome, with good food and excellent surroundings. If you are looking to celebrate that special occasion, the upstairs restaurant offers a full a-la-carte menu and parties and groups are welcome. Snacks, and lunches are also available in the bar area with a variety of vegetarian meals also being served. The restaurant is open all year round and is popular with locals and regular visitors alike.

Golf Club

Cushendall golf club is situated right on the beach providing spectacular views across the Sea of Moyle, to the Mull of Kintyre on the Scottish coast. It is noted for its friendly atmosphere; where the visitor is always welcome whether you want to enjoy a round of golf of just relax in the club house with a long cool drink. Bar snacks are served in the bar area or you can dine in the restaurant, whichever you choose the food will be of the highest standard and at affordable prices. The bar area has two televisions and the locals gather to watch their favorite sports. The golf club is family orientated and children are more than welcome.

Seafood is the speciality of the award winning chef, and the trout is highly recommended.

The Golf Club is very popular and calling ahead to book a table is recommended at the weekends.

Upstairs at Johnny Joe's

Upstairs at Johnny Joes is a nice restaraunt with an Irish twist. The owner and chef Pol Shields has been an All Ireland finalist in The Seafood Restaurant of the Year and was highly recommended in The British Airways Restaurant of the Year, and was awarded the UK�s Best Children�s Menu of The Year. Pol uses only local ingredients from the Irish sea and the Glens of Antrim to showcase his culinary skills. The restaurant is open for lunch and evening dinner where you can have a light snack or a three course dinner. They are open 7 days from 12 till 9pm and 10 pm during the summer.

The Boat Club

Bar and restaraunt with magnificent view over the sea.

Arthur's Coffee Shop

If you want a light lunch, or tea and a bun, try Arthur's.

The Village Tea Room

Mill Street where you are assured of a warm welcome and a hearty, healthy full Irish or continental breakfast.

This is of course just Cushendall, Cushendun, Waterfoot and slightly further affield Ballycastle all have great bars and hotels that you can pop into for a meal or a quiet drink and top notch restaurants, all happy to see new or old faces.

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