Aurora North Coast, Antrim

Price point: Luxury

Bushmills, Co Antrim, Ireland

Two self catering log cabins on the North Antrim coast, near the Giant's Causeway.

  • Hand crafted cabins  Aurora’s twin cabins were crafted by hand from gigantic, sustainably sourced, Canadian cedar logs. They are the first of their kind anywhere in Ireland. 

  • Secluded location  Providing solace from the frenetic pace of everyday life. Perfect for disengaging. 

  • Open plan living  Both cabins have been designed to maximise the beauty of their stunning setting. 

  • Self catering  Fully equipped modern kitchens provide all the facilities to cook up a feast. Alternatively, the characterful village of Bushmills is a short drive away and has a number of eateries.

  • Giant's Causeway  Aurora is located just one mile from the geological wonder that is the Giant’s Causeway, Northern Ireland’s first UNESCO Heritage Site.

  • For the active  Walking, mountain biking, kayaking, coasteering, horse riding, photography tours and gastronomic experiences are all available on the doorstep.

At a glance

  • Number of rooms: Two 2-bedroom cabins. 

  • Maximum capacity: Four people per cabin.

  • Food & Beverage: Self catering.

  • Breakfast included: No

  • Wi-Fi: Available throughout each cabin.

  • Child friendly: Yes, but children need to be a minimum of 8 years old.  

  • Pet friendly: Not permitted.

  • Season: Open year round

  • Minimum stay: 2 nights arriving Tuesday; 3 nights arriving Friday. Longer rentals are prioritised.

  • Location: Bushmills, Co. Antrim, N.Ireland. 1 mile from the Giant's Causeway.

  • Access: By car.

  • Parking: Free private parking for 2 vehicles per cabin.

  • Pick up from station/airport: Not available.

"We all crave a little more time. Time to slow down.

Time to reconnect with nature. Time to escape from the mundane.

Time to make memories.

Time just to be..."

Who is it aimed at?

Perfect for romantic short breaks and adventurous families; for those looking for peace and seclusion and those wanting to  explore all that the North Coast has to offer.

Sustainability and values

Sustainability was at the heart of the design and construction of Aurora. The cedar logs were sustainably sourced with a strict replanting programme in place for seven managed years. Living roofs were incorporated, and over 4500 native broad leaf trees were planted on site. Cabin insulation on both roof and floor was upgraded to reduce ongoing energy requirements.

All lights use low energy fittings, sustainably sourced and packaged toiletries are used where possible and cleaning products reflect their environmental footprint. Aurora’s waste treatment plant is mechanically operated, ensuring wastewater reaches the enhanced 97% clean level before entering a local watercourse under licence.

In addition, the Aurora team plant wildflower areas each year to attract pollinators and have also planted one hectare of wild bird cover to increase the farm bird population.

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Rustic beauty combined with modern luxury.

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Our story 

Whilst looking for a way to develop part of their farm, Pearl and Archie Linnegan came across Pioneer Log Homes and were hooked!

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