The location is exceptional, the staff friendly and helpful and the prices are surprisingly moderate considering its situation within walking distance of a World Heritage Site
- Equestrian (nearby)
- Fishing (Sea Angling nearby)
- Garden Visits (nearby)
- Golf nearby
- Scuba Diving (nearby)
- Surfing nearby
- Walking (established walks)
- Dogs - good walking nearby (offlead)
- Location - Beach <5km
- Location - By the sea
- Location - Peaceful
Right beside the entrance to the Giant’s Causeway and the new interpretative centre, this well known hotel was recently acquired by the National Trust and re-opened in 2012 following refurbishment.
Front rooms have stunning coastal views of Runkerry and Portrush and, although the property is relatively modest – even allowing for the recent upgrade – the location is exceptional and the staff are very friendly and helpful. The prices are also surprisingly moderate, especially considering its situation within walking distance of a World Heritage Site.
One to consider when visiting the beautiful north Antrim coast.
Rooms 28. Double £99; Single £79; (sea view +£10)
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