Glennham (Glenarm, Meaning: Army Valley) is a village in Antrim County, Northern Ireland. It is located on the north strait north of Rahn Town, and the center of the village is a Glennham Castle. On the north coast of the village of Glennham, there is St. Patrick's Church in Ireland, surrounded by a graveyard.
Glenarm (from Ireland's Gleann Arma, meaning "Army Valley") is a small village in County Antrim, Northern Ireland. Glenham Castle is the ancestral home of the Earl of Antrim. In 1763, St. Patrick's Church in Ireland was built on the site of the abandoned family residence of Franciscan monks. St. Patrick’s Church Glenarm, cemetery and ancient monastery are located on the coast of Northern Ireland.
Inside the castle you can find a tea room offering home baked goods rather than from a food vendor outside. Got into the walled garden for a £6 entrance fee and the fruit trees were covered with weeds. The plants were a bit tagging in a bit of a mess.