Colliers Hall accommodation offer Irish hospitality in a relaxed and homely atmosphere. Home cooking is a specialty. It is a working farm with the original stone buildings in the farmyard mainly intact. Colliers Hall has three bedrooms all ensuite, tastefully decorated with antique furnishings. There are tea/coffee facilities in rooms with a spacious lounge for guests to relax in with,tv/dvd and piano. Colliers Hall is situated on the A2 coastal road between Ballycastle and Cushendall about 1 mile from Ballycastle. It is a working farm and indeed has been since 1734. With traditional farmyard and stone buildings, it takes its name from the numerous coal mines doted along the shoreline between Ballycastle and Murlough Bay and has been associated with the mines in the past.
Colliers Hall accommodation is in the townland of Broughanlea and is in the Barony of Carey or in Gaelic - Caithari - the place of the High King, in fact it is thought that in years gone by the High King of Ireland had his summer palace nearby.
It is steeped in legend and folklore and is well worth exploring. Just opposite the front door stands the Broughanlea Cross 5th century memorial, reputed to have been brought from the original site of the first Christian church at Maghrantemple. Boneymargy Abbey is about half a mile away and battles have been fought and won by various clans in the early centuries of Ireland's troubled history.
Lovers of archaeology will find much of interest in a six mile walk. The area has been designated an area of outstanding natural beauty.