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Cushendall Conservation Area


Celtic Cross at Layd ChurchPrior to the development of the Coast Road, access to and from Cushendall was often easier by sea than inland over the Antrim Plateau. Understandably the village has close associations with Scotland. Although the village has a long history of settlement, its real development began in 1813 when the village was purchased by Francis Turnly. One of Cushendalls most prominent landmarks, the Curfew Tower, is associated with this period. Cushendall Conservation Area encloses the heart of the village. The boundary includes the historic core of the village on the west bank of the river, together with the extensive wooded grounds of The Cottage and the older part of the settlement on the east bank of the river.

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