Antrim Self Catering Guide

County Antrim forms the north-east corner of Ireland. Lough Neagh and the fertile valley of the Bann occupy the western part of the county, but the greater part of it is an irregular plateau of hills and uplands, drooping sharply to the sea on the north and east.

On the east a magnificent coast runs north from Larne, curving round the base of steep headlands, between which is the beautiful nine glens of Antrim open to the sea. Almost every bay along the coast is a link in a chain of fine holiday resorts. On the northern coast the Giant's Causeway is a celebrated natural wonder.

Antrim is home to Belfast, Northern Ireland's capital. Belfast boasted Ireland's biggest ship-yards whose most famous ship was the ill-fated Titanic.

In Larne, a few miles further east is a large ferry port, handling ferries daily from Scotland, some 15 miles away, making Antrim a popular tourist destination.

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