Cushendun

The village of Cushendun is approximately 25 minutes away by car along the Coast Road. Attractions here include:

  • Cushendun Caves—a famous Game of Thrones filming location, this pebbled cove is where Melisandre gave birth to her deadly shadow creature.
  • The Corner House—this cosy café serves as the perfect stop for tea, coffee, something sweet, or a bite of lunch. (Closed in winter.)
  • Mary McBride’s—the original bar, a 5×9 foot room that now serves as an Irish Whiskey Bar, is one of Ireland’s smallest pubs. Mary McBride’s is a traditional pub with live music and bar eats downstairs. It also features a seafood bistro called The Little Black Door. As in Ballygally Castle Hotel, they have a Game of Thrones door carved with wood from the Dark Hedges.
  • Cushendun Beach
  • Cregagh Wood—this small woodland area is a hidden gem, but if you can find it, you’ll be treated to a magical walk. Keep your eyes out for red squirrels!
  • The Old Church Centre—built in 1840 for the Church of Ireland, this beautiful old church has been restored as a small arts and cultural centre. They now host temporary exhibitions and special events.

About Twilight

Twilight is situated directly across from the harbour (that’s the Braavos Canal, for Game of Thrones fans), and guests will be within walking distance of the beach, the Cranny Waterfall, and several shops, restaurants, and pubs.

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