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Carntogher Cabins

36A Slaughtneil Road, Slaughtneil, Maghera, Co Londonderry, BT46 5NJ
Carntogher Cabins

About

Carntogher Cabins offers luxury glamping in great surroundings.

Located on the McEldowney family farm on Slaughtneil Road outside Maghera there are four
self-catering cabins to choose from, all of which feature a spacious seating area, kitchen and bathroom with shower and a separate bedroom area. Each of the cabins have their own television and free Wi Fi is available.

The accommodation offers magnificent views overlooking the Sperrin Mountains and the Cabins are a short walking distance via paths to the walking route of the Carntogher History Trail. The area contains a wealth of sites of archaeological and environmental importance, such as the Giant’s Cave.

As well as providing the opportunity to re-engage with nature there are also numerous attractions within a short driving distance.

The location is a 40 minute drive from the cities of Belfast and Derry/Londonderry and a 30 minute drive from the Causeway Coast and Benone Beach.

Facilities

Establishment Features

  • Private Garden

Leisure Facilities

  • Wifi

Parking & Transport

  • On site parking

Payment Methods

  • All major credit/debit cards accepted

Room / Unit Features

  • DVD Player
  • Microwave
  • TV

Special Offers

  • From 1st July 2022 – 1st September 2022

    3 Night Family Break with Free Pizza night

    £375 for 3 nights - 3 night stay based on  2 adults & 2 children

     

    3 Night family break in our unique luxury glamping cabins in the scenic Sperrins. Cabins are self catering, sleep 5 and the stay includes free pizza delivered to your cabin on one night of your stay.

     

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