This well maintained hotel on the seafront of the attractive village of Portballintrae has great Atlantic views and offers a tranquil and reasonably priced base for exploring the beautiful north Antrim coast
This well maintained hotel on the seafront of the attractive village of Portballintrae has great Atlantic views and offers a tranquil and reasonably priced base for exploring the beautiful north Antrim coast.
Comfortable, spacious bedrooms are well-appointed, and have a small seating area and a work station; interconnecting rooms are available for families and, while more expensive, superior and premier rooms have magnificent sea views.
The Porthole, a modern air-conditioned bar and restaurant with a welcoming open peat fire, offers casual dining at affordable prices in a lively environment; fresh local Portballintrae lobster (when available) grilled with a warm lemon butter sauce and a fresh summer leaf salad is a popular choice here.
Close to the Old Bushmills Distillery and the Giant’s Causeway, this would make an ideal base for leisure and business (conference/business facilities available); short breaks offered.
Meetings/small conferences (12/40). Rooms 25. B&B about £40-60 pps (off season breaks from £55). Open all year.
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