• 5 May,  6 June,  7 July,  8 August,  Activities,  Book,  Willow

    Requests

    We are now taking bookings for this summer. June and August the most popular. You can contact us by email at ormonde47.morrison@gmail.com or by texting or phoning +44 78 1488 0060. Please include your name, the number in your party, any children, and what dates you would prefer. Campbell or Oonagh will get back to you as quickly as we can. We have a booking form available now at willowcaravans.com

  • Activities,  Scenic,  Walking

    Downhill Forest Walk

    Downhill Forest is a small mixed woodland of 83 hectares just inland from the North Coast of Northern Ireland, near Castlerock. The Forest was originally part of the estate of Frederick Harvey, the 4th Earl of Bristol and Bishop of Derry, which included Downhill Castle, now maintained by The National Trust. A walk through Downhill Forest will allow you to view one of Northern Irelands fattest Sitka spruce (in 1962 the girth was approximately 6m), an Early Christian Promontory Fort and an old water powered sawmill with its lade running round the small lake in the middle of this woodland.

  • Activities,  Scenic,  Walking

    WalkNI Coast & Glens

    The Causeway Coast and Glens area is justifiably famous for the Giant’s Causeway, wonderful coastlines and a unique natural beauty. The area includes three designated areas of outstanding natural beauty. Benbane Head on the Causeway Coast Way was voted ‘Most Epic View’ in the inaugural WalkNI awards. The area has nine glens including Glenariff the ‘Queen of the Glens’, lush forest parks, secluded coastal tracks and numerous quaint fishing villages. Walking routes exploring this world famous landscape are linear with good transport and accommodation options. The Glens of Antrim in particular will appeal to hillwalkers and offer some stunning views towards Scotland, the Isle of Man and England.

  • Activities,  Historic,  Tourist

    Old Bushmills Distillery

    In the small village of Bushmills, settled on the banks of the river you’ll find the oldest working distillery in Ireland. Old Bushmill’s Distillery. A place where family and friends have worked for generations, in a small Northern Irish village that for over 400 years has kept to the philosophy that hand crafting small batches is the way to produce beautifully smooth tasting Irish whiskey.

  • Activities,  Amusements,  If Wet,  Play

    Barry’s Amusements

    Approx. 17 miles and 30 minutes by car from “Willow”. Suitable for ages: Young Children (4-8), Older Children (9-12) and Teenagers (13-18) Barrys Amusements, Portrush, offers out of doors but largely under cover fun with options ranged across the board, so you should find something to amuse everyone, whatever their age! There are 6 rides aimed at younger children including a miniature caterpillar train, wet roller coaster and towering helter skelter slide. There are also mini dodgems, an express train through a land of make believe, and Monte Carlo, which has a good variety of brightly coloured rides to enjoy. Another 8 rides are available for older kids (which means…

  • Historic,  Tourist,  Walking

    Ulster American Folk Park

    The Ulster American Folk Park is 63 miles from “Willow” and takes approx. 1hour 45 minutes by car, it is well worth a day trip. Immerse yourself in the story of the brave emigrants who made the journey across the Atlantic to America hundreds of years ago. Wander through the thatched cottages and log cabins and meet costumed characters who will show you traditional crafts, tell you a few stories and maybe even share a bit of their good food. Board a full-scale emigrant ship to experience the conditions faced by many as they set sail for a new life in America. With 30 buildings and exhibits to explore, masses…

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