Cheap Hotels in Portrush
Magherabuoy House Hotel is situated just over a mile from Portrush’s golden beaches, and a 20-minute drive from the Giant’s Causeway. The property is the combination of a 19th century gentleman’s residence and 21st century hotel. With a hill-top setting, some of the bedrooms boast views across the town of Portrush and beyond to the Atlantic Ocean. Magherabuoy House Hotel’s comfortable, spacious bedrooms each feature free WiFi, flat-screen TV, work area and free tea and coffee. En-suite rooms are fitted with power-showers. Set in its’ own grounds, all guests enjoy free, on-site car parking. Dining options include a bistro, tea room and bakery. Sports are shown on a big screen in the relaxing lounge. Nearby attractions include Royal Portrush Golf Club and Bushmills Distillery, both 6 minutes' drive away.
The award-winning Adelphi Portrush offers 4-star luxury in the Portrush town centre. Guests have an on-site Bistro, luxury rooms and free access to a health suite with a spa, sauna and steam room. Individually styled rooms each have a flat-screen TV and a bathroom with a shower, bath and toiletries. Rooms also have free tea/coffee and an iron, whilst some have sea views. Adelphi Bistro’s varied menu is made using seasonal, local produce and is served in a relaxed setting. A full English breakfast is served every morning. Using Dermalogica products, beauty treatments and a range of massage therapies are on offer in the hotel salon. The Giant's Causeway, a UNESCO World Heritage Site, is 7 miles away. The Bushmills Distillery is a 5-mile drive, whilst the nearest ferry port is Magilligan, 20 miles from the hotel.
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Hotels in Portrush
A small and popular seaside resort in Northern Ireland's County Antrim, Portrush is well known for a series of fine sandy beaches. Most of the old town, and the majority of hotels, restaurants, bars and cafés are concentrated on the sweeping mile-long peninsula known as Ramore Head.
The human History of this area is long. In the 19th century, flint tools were found that show the site of Portrush was occupied during the Irish Mesolithic period, around 6,000 years ago. The port itself began to develop in the 12th and 13th centuries because of its excellent natural defences and there was once a church on Ramore Head from this era, but no trace of it exists today. Two castles were also built here, but they too have vanished.
For centuries Portrush was a successful fishing town, until tourism began to develop in the 19th century with the help of burgeoning railway links. Superb local beaches, the Royal Portrush Golf Club and the nearby Giant's Causeway each contributed to the town's rise as a place to visit.
Nearby you can explore the dramatic ruins of Dunluce Castle, perched on steep verdant crags above the ocean. The castle was occupied by the MacQuillan and MacDonnell families before being besieged by the British in the 16th century. Near this fascinating ruin you can explore Whiterocks Beach which offers both lovely stretches of sand and a fascinating complex of natural caves, carved into the soft limestone cliffs above. The Old Bushmills Distillery, just a few miles east of Portrush makes an inspiring visit. The world's oldest licensed whiskey distillery, having been granted a licence to distil in 1608, is today a great place to watch whiskey making in progress, and of course sample the famous product too!
Restaurants and Cafés
Award-winning restaurants, top chefs and fabulous local produce combine to make Portrush hotels perfectly placed for culinary adventures. The Ramore Wine Bar is well known for the finest fresh food, a lively atmosphere and it's spacious contemporary interior. The menu has something to delight everyone. The impressively situated 55 Degrees North overlooks the Arcadia and offers long views over the East Strand and the Causeway Coast. Cuisine is eclectic and international.
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