Self-Catering Accommodation at Kiln Wing, Old Corn Mill
Kiln Wing, Old Corn Mill
One bedroom converted corn mill with the sound of water cascading past.
Had a fantastic stay. Wished we could have stayed longer! Many thanks – we will definitely be recommending a visit.
We loved it!! A fascinating building, so comfortable we felt we should be staying in it ALL THE TIME! La Tartine across the road was brilliant for Sunday lunch… we will definitely be back. What a great place.
Magical little spot. Thanks for everything. We really enjoyed our stay.
Kiln Wing at The Old Corn Mill, which sleeps 2 in a double bedroom with a king size bed, is part of a restored 19th century corn mill on the River Bush in Bushmills, Co. Antrim. This beautiful wing is full of character and integrity and has a real sense of warmth and welcome.
For almost 400 years the water from the Bush River has been used by the world’s oldest licensed distillery for its distinctive whiskey, Old Bushmills. Until 1949 it also provided the electricity to power the tramway which took generations of tourists along the spectacular Antrim coastline to marvel at the Giant’s Causeway.
The fact that so many of the original elements – including the machine components – have been retained, is central to this success. The cogs and wheels are still at the core of the building, and glimpses of its former life have been left exposed in nooks and crannies all over the house.
Approximate location of Kiln Wing, Old Corn Mill, Bushmills, Co. Antrim