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Overlooking the harbor town of Portrush and the famous Royal Portrush Golf Club, Royal Court Hotel has an enviable location by the sea. Guests also benefit from free parking. Location, very clean, great value for money. Highly recommended.
Located 15 minutes’ walk from the bustling shopping town of Coleraine, The Lodge Hotel features an on-site hair and beauty salon, and is just a 20-minute drive from the UNESCO World Heritage Site of... The room was great. Just hot but I know they’ve been having unusually hot weather.
The Cromore Halt is located in Portstewart and is less than 2 miles from a sandy beach. It offers rooms with free Wi-Fi, a restaurant and bistro and free parking. The hotel is immaculate, the breakfast was excellent.
Just yards from the rugged cliffs of Portrush, Inn on the Coast has magnificent views towards Ramore Head. We were very happy & surprised with this hotel. It was bigger than we were expecting.
Magherabuoy House Hotel is located just over a mile from Portrush’s golden beaches, and a 20-minute drive from the Giant’s Causeway. Have stayed he several times and have never been disappointed .
The Port is a quaint hotel located on Main Street in Portrush. It is family-run and has a welcoming, traditional atmosphere. Staff were really amazing and so friendly and couldn’t do enough for us, really made our stay like...
Overlooking the Atlantic Ocean, Portrush Atlantic Hotel is a 5-minute drive from the famous Royal Portrush Golf Club. Right on the ocean .. glad I paid extra for room with a view.
Me & Mrs Jones has a restaurant, bar, a shared lounge and garden in Portstewart. Lovely staff .beautiful hotel .rooms gorgeous.staff couldn't be more helpful .
Overlooking the Atlantic Ocean, White Rocks beach and the Skerries, Albany Lodge is located in the center of Portrush, close to the bustling harbor, restaurants and nightlife. The whole place is spotless, the bedrooms are quiet and very comfortable.
Overlooking the Atlantic Ocean, this hotel is located in the heart of the picturesque harbor-village of Portballintrae, 1 mi from Bushmills. Fab hotel. Took our USA visitors to see spectacular north Antrim coast and a excellent visit to...
The award-winning Adelphi Portrush offers 4-star luxury in the Portrush town center. Guests have an on-site Bistro, luxury rooms and free access to a health suite with a spa, sauna and steam room. Massive room and hotel offered bottle of bubbly for our special occasion. Very nice touch.
Located within a 10-minute walk from Royal Portrush Golf Club, Golflinks Hotel provides rooms in Portrush. This 3-star hotel offers a 24-hour front desk and room service. Very modern hotel and brilliant food
Excellent guided walk , guide was very informed and gave very funny rendition of old food tails and the history of the Causeway . Coffee shop was able to provide cakes and scones . I did manage to climb back up the hill from the Causeway, but it is a bit of a hike in parts .
You do not need to pay to see the Giant's Causeway. Park at the train station near by (£8 all day) and walk down through the tunnel to the Causeway. If you want to go in to the visitors centre or have a mobile audio guide then you will have to pay the National Trust £12.50 per person.
We visited the Giant's Causeway at 9pm one evening when it was quiet with no tour buses etc and enjoyed an hour at the causeway with only a couple of other visitors and went again one morning at 8am again to avoid crowds - it was an absolutely stunning place - a must see for anyone visiting the area.
Access to the Giants Causeway is actually free - it is only the NT parking and visitor centre that you have to pay for, at £11.50 a head it is extortionate. Park at the railway station car park for £8 all day (per car) and take a very short walk to the Giant's Causeway. There is also a hoppa bus for £1 back up the hill from the causeway when you have finished your visit.
being there in the late afternoon was perfect für taking photos and not too crowded, though there were certainly enough people there. But every now and then, with some patience, you are able to shoot a good picture
If budget is tight then know u don’t have to pay entrance fee if u don’t park in car park. Obviously if u can pay and would like to then it’s a good a thing as this money is put into conservation and maintaining Giant’s causeway for the next generation.