The island’s restored 19th-century cottage, which until last year was home to warden Peter McClelland for almost two decades, is now available for rent.
“If you’re into gaming and watching box-sets this probably is not the place for you,” says the trust’s Edward Mason on the house, which is powered by a generator and heated by a wood-burning stove.
There will also be plenty of chores to do throughout the seasons, not least being handy with an axe.
But the mainland, an hour from Belfast, is only a 10-minute boat trip away.
And for nature lovers, the nine-acre island — also an important Neolithic site — could make the perfect home away from it all.
Belfast Live has more on the story HERE.