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The small coastal town of Portrush, in County Antrim, is perched along the ridge of a peninsula that juts out into Northern Ireland's wild Atlantic Ocean and is flanked by a swatch of golden beach and a protected marina. For over 400 years it's been important for fishing, but it wasn't until the early 19th century that it was firmly established on the tourist map. While you'll still find all the trappings of a vintage British seaside resort, these days, most people flock into town to hit the consistently good rolling swells on surfboards. If you're a Game of Thrones fan, you won't need much persuading to visit nearby Stranocum and take a walk along the beech-lined country lane known as the Dark Hedges – it's used as the Kingsroad in the TV hit.
19th-century terraced houses, waterfront boutiques and cottage bolthole B&Bs, Portrush
It doesn't matter whether you're taking your family on a Northern Ireland beach break or looking for a little romantic getaway with your loved one, Portrush bed and breakfasts have got you covered. If you're not sure where to start, look through the extensive listings on Expedia, where the descriptions and photos will help you find the perfect match. That done, booking is as simple as a few clicks. Some are housed in grand old piles overlooking the beach and the glistening Atlantic Ocean. Others have updated in recent years and offer boutique accommodation for a limited number of exclusive guests, where clean white decor is punctuated by antique furnishings and seaside-inspired artwork. If you're looking for something a little more budget-friendly, there's a smattering of traditional properties whose charming retro interiors haven't changed all that much in the last few decades, but that provide a perfectly comfortable place to lay your head at night and put you within walking distance of the beach and harbour. Alternatively, shun a night on the town and score one of the country farmhouse B&Bs a little further along the coast, where you'll be right next to secluded coves and beaches that you might very well have all to yourself.
Whatever your taste or budget, you can always be assured of a comfortable stay when you book a night through Expedia. Once you've checked in you'll find most guestrooms have all the amenities that you would expect from a hotel, like ensuite bathrooms stocked with toiletries, facilities for making tea and coffee, and big comfortable beds. If you've got a little work to do, you could nab one of the guestrooms with complimentary WiFi and a desk overlooking the sea. Alternatively, if you want to bring your dogs, you won't have any trouble finding a bed and breakfast in Portrush that welcomes furry friends. The hallmark of a good B&B is the breakfast and Portrush's establishments won't disappoint. When you wake in the morning, you can head downstairs for a traditional Irish breakfast, or maybe something a little lighter, like yogurt and fruit, before heading out for a day at the beach. Be sure to make some time to chat with the owners, many of whom have lived in Portrush their whole lives and know the area like the back of their hand. Have you thought about complementing your beachy break with a few nights in the capital, Belfast?
There are plenty of family memories to be made near your B&B, Portrush
Most families come to stay in Portrush bed and breakfasts to spend their days stretched out on the long beach, pausing only to cool off in the sea. If you're feeling a little more active, you might learn a new water sport or rent a surfboard and hit the waves. If you can tear yourself away from the beach, you could always head to the Royal Portrush Golf Club, just outside town, to practise your swing on the fairway. Bringing the kids? You'll have them smiling from ear to ear when you take them to Barry's Amusement Park or to ride the slides at Waterworld.
- Immerse yourself and your family in a golden era of British travel
- Be a stone's throw from a long swatch of golden beach
- Indulge in some of Ireland's freshest seafood
- Enjoy the views over the ocean from your guestroom window