Black Knowe is a unique farm glamping site looking out to Fair Head.
Enjoy our luxury farm glamping site in the heart of Ballycastle, close to the Dark Hedges and looking out to the stunning Fair Head. Our glamping pods are cosy, comfortable and in the heart of nature.
Cosy in Winter
FACILITIES & BOOKING
During your luxury farm glamping experience, you can fill your boots and your days with morning walks, breath taking views, award winning spirits, delicious local food and great company, whether it be on your own or with the people you love. Situated in the heart of the Glens of Antrim, our Black Knowe Ballycastle camping pods are located on private farmland, a short drive from the Causeway Coastal Route`s major attractions, Giants Causeway, Carrick-a-Rede Rope Bridge and Game of Thrones film sites, Ballintoy Harbour and The Dark Hedges.
Enjoy our luxurious Ballycastle camping pods which have been uniquely styled with warmth, charm, character and caters perfectly for couples families and groups. With every pod being spoilt for comfort and views, Black Knowe is the perfect setting to reset and reconnect with love ones.
The Black Knowe farm glamping site is a 50-minute drive from Belfast International airport and a short 8- minute drive from Ballycastle. Whether it be a romantic country getaway or a time to celebrate with a group of nearest & dearest, Black Knowe can accommodate you and our location will most certainly delight you. You will be spoilt for choice with a diverse range of restaurants, pubs, major attractions, beauty spots & events.
Re-Opening Dates – Our pod sites are officially re-opening from 30th April
We are open all year round, but please note that there is a minimum 2 night stay during July and August. Limited availability 1 night stays for July and August will be released in June.
WHAT OUR GUESTS SAY
Escape your every day and take time to relax and reconnect at Black Knowe’s unique farm pod accommodation and glamping experience.
Black Knowe has been a working farm from the early 1600s, where families have utilised the farmland to produce industrial and agricultural assets. The four buildings within the farmyard originate from the initial farming settlement and the building configuration was known as a clachan (Irish: Small settlement or village).
The pod site is named after local townland situated near ‘Black Knowe’ and each individual pod have a name relating to the local area.
Your host is Rachel Glenn who’s family own and run the farm. Returning from Australia, Rachel wants guests to come and relax, and see the beautiful landscape that she has grown up with.
WHAT YOUR HOST SAYS
CONNECT WITH YOUR HOST
“It has been a dream come true to open up our farm and the beautiful landscape for customers to come and enjoy our pods, our farm and our company. We purposely have no WiFi so that people can disconnect and get away from the pressures of everyday”
Rachel Glenn, Black Knowe