About Crumlin

Crumlin, meaning crooked glen, is a bustling village within County Antrim. It is at the head of the wooded Glen on the Camlin River near the Lough Neagh. It also sits 20 miles west of Belfast city centre and 7.3 miles from Belfast International Airport.

Historical Links

The town's Old Mill, built in 1809, still stands and holds its link to the past history. As well as the stone Clock Tower, built in 1897, located at the top of the village near to the railway station, offering direct links from cities to the north coast. Translink buses also run regularly to all local and national locations.

Peaceful And Traditional, Yet Cosmopolitan

The village itself is up and coming, hosting a variety of industries run by independent retailers like ourselves, ranging from business, beauty and leisure facilities.

More families are moving into Crumlin from surrounding cities, to enjoy its peaceful and traditional, yet cosmopolitan living. With a variety of schools, from the traditional Gaelic speaking through to Independent colleges, all needs and abilities are catered for. It also boasts two highly esteemed childcare provisions and a great community spirit providing a variety of after school clubs, enforcing positive development within the young.