You’ll find this seaside cottage at the western end of White Park Bay with great views all around. Listen to the waves crashing on the craggy shores. Nestled in the western end of White Park Bay in the old fishing hamlet of Portbradden, you’ll have all-encompassing views of the beach and out towards the western cliffs of Rathlin Island.
The hamlet has an ancient salmon fishing station. A popular saying states that Portbraddon contained the smallest church in Ireland, and the building in question was constructed in the 1950s as a cow byre, which the government listed without prior research. The church, which was named after St.Gobban, and measured 11 feet 4 inches long, 6 feet and 9 inches wide, was demolished in 2017 by the new owner.