Glenarm is a special place full of charm and beauty on the slow road to the Causeway Coast.

Glenarm is unique amongst the nine Antrim Glens in that the village, river and Glen all bear the name ‘Glenarm.’


It translates as the Glen of the Army and while it’s barbicans, high walls and parapets remind of a warrior past dating back to the Normans, tranquillity and bliss are the new order experienced in  self- catering in the Barbican Gate Lodge, Castle Trails and the Walled Garden.


The river and harbour which facilitated industrial prosperity in earlier centuries now also have a new tourism role, with pleasure boating at the marina and riverside walks for visitors. Glenarm is a “ must see, must do ”  on the slow road to The Giant’s Causeway.