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Ramada Portrush - Portrush Hotels
Rating: 3.0 Stars
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Ramada Portrush

73 Main Street, Portrush - Map
 
 
"Nice hotel, very central to everything "
Enjoyed our stay, staff were very helpful. We had a great view of the sea as well. Hotel was nice a quiet at night.
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Prospect House - Portrush Hotels
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Prospect House

20 Lansdowne Crescent, Portrush - Map
 
 
"Nice guest house and friendly owners"
the guest house was all I needed it was clean comfortable and close to where I wanted to go. It was quite for the kids getting to sleep and the breakfast was good which set us up for the day. Would have no hesitation on using this guest house again.
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Beaches B&B - Portrush Hotels
Rating: 3.0 Stars
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Beaches B&B

122 Coleraine Road, Portrush - Map
 
 
"Nice B&B. Handy when visiting Giant's Causeway"
We booked a family room as there were 4 of us. It is a 15 minute drive from the Causeway and rope bridge. The owners are friendly enough but they seem to like to keep their distance as there wasn't too much chit-chat. Personally, I like that as small talk isn't my strong point. The room was very clean. The beds were metal framed and since there were 4 of us there was a lot of creaking every time someone moved. The breakfast was very plentiful and satisfying. I felt the price was quite high (as we stayed 2 nights in a 4 star hotel in Southern Ireland before we came for around the same price as 1 night in this B&B) but it seemed to be on a par with others in the area so I guess the market dictates that.
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Brae-Mar Bed & Breakfast - Portrush Hotels
Rating: 3.0 Stars
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Brae-Mar Bed & Breakfast

99 Coleraine Road, Portrush - Map
 
 
"Easy access B&B in Port Rush"
An aging B&B with some old world charm. Good breakfast. Short walking distance to supermarket, bottle store, and a very good Takeaway food outlet. Also a service station. Otherwise a vehicle is required to drive into the town for a restaurant.
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The Port Hotel - Portrush Hotels
Rating: 3.0 Stars

The Port Hotel

53-57 Main Street, Portrush - Map
 
 
"Very friendly central hotel"
We were greeted at reception by a very friendly and helpful guy who offered to carry our luggage to our room. Room was very clean spacious and had tea/coffee facilities in room.
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Adelphi Portrush - Portrush Hotels
Rating: 4.0 Stars

Adelphi Portrush

67-71 Main Street, Portrush - Map
 
 
"Hotel close to everything great"
Great hotel,spa and treatment first class,could not fault it.
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    Pocket Guide: Antrim Portrush Hotels

    Antrim is a historic and bustling market town located in County Antrim in Northern Ireland, just 18 miles west of the capital city of Belfast. While this location makes it the ideal place for those wishing to explore Belfast without having to pay big city prices, or cope with the inevitable crowds and noise, it is also ideally placed for a contemplation of the quieter side of Irish life.

    The Landscape Around Antrim

    The spot where the town of Antrim is now located has been a settlement for more than 1,500 years, a fact which underlines its geographically advantageous position, at the point where the Six Mile Water River meets the body of Lough Neagh. The river is a gently meandering waterway which winds its way through the city itself while the lough, placed within easy walking distance of central Antrim, is a stunning body of water boasting the title of the largest lake in the UK.

    Travelling to Antrim

    The fact that Antrim is served by two major airports within half an hour’s drive means that it pulls in visitors from literally all around the world. Both George Best Belfast City Airport and Belfast International Airport take flights from the mainland UK, Europe and beyond, and every year thousands of visitors flock to Antrim drawn by its tranquil atmosphere and convenient location.

    Accommodation Around Antrim

    The location and accessibility of Antrim has made it popular as a year-round destination. Everyone who visits, from stag parties heading on to the bright lights of Belfast to family groups wanting to explore the surrounding countryside, will find accommodation in Antrim which is perfectly suited. Bed and breakfasts, country inns, luxury spa hotels and family-run guesthouses are all in plentiful supply in Antrim and the surrounding areas.

    Portrush

    Portrush is a perfect example of the appeal of wider County Antrim. It is situated 43 miles north of Antrim itself, occupying a spectacular position on the north coast of County Antrim. Reaching it from Antrim involves a fairly simple drive along the A26 and M2 and, once there, you’ll be able to soak up the atmosphere of a small and traditional seaside resort which, despite having a population of less than 6,500 people, boasts all the amenities any visitor could want, coupled with a warm welcome and a glimpse of a quieter way of life.

    Features Around Portrush

    The most appealing feature of Portrush is undoubtedly the presence of no fewer than three expansive sandy beaches, the West Strand, East Strand and White Rocks. The last of these, White Rocks, has been awarded a prestigious Blue Flag award and is a hot spot for water sports enthusiasts, with an outlet on the beach providing hire of equipment for surfing, body boarding and surf kayaking.

    The dunes at the back of the beaches are ideal for less strenuous exploration, being rich in biodiversity and providing an environment for birds such as guillemot, gannets, gulls and terns.

    When to Visit Portrush

    Although the stunning coastal location of Portrush makes it equally attractive during the heat of summer and the drama of winter, there are events which draw larger visitor numbers at specific times of the year. The RNLI Raft Race, in which amateurs compete to build and race their rafts from West Strand beach into Portrush Harbour, takes place every May, while the annual air show is held at the beginning of September.

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