Good Hotel Guide Review
Travellers have been enjoying the traditional comforts of this coaching inn, along the Causeway Coastal Route, since the 17th Century, and still feel revived by its robust food, convivial bar, cosy nooks and spacious bedrooms. Some bedrooms have river views, others exposed beams while all have space for armchairs or a sofa, and spoil with bathrobes, slippers and a dressing area. ‘Our room was excellent, and very quiet.’ Dine on modern dishes in the garden-facing restaurant – on the patio if warm – or hunker down in the Gas Bar, still lit by Victorian gas light, for simpler pub food; on Saturdays live music, too. The world’s oldest distillery is a short stroll away.
9 Dunluce Road
028 2073 3000
41. Some, on ground floor, suitable for disabled.
all year, no accommodation 24–25 Dec.
lift, bar, lounge, restaurant, loft, cinema, in-room TV (Freeview), conference facilities, patio, 1-acre garden, parking, public areas wheelchair-accessible.
in public areas, live traditional Irish music sessions every Sat in bar.
all ages welcomed.
allowed on patio.
Amex, MC, Visa.
B&B doubles from £140. À la carte £60 (in restaurant), 2 courses £25 in bar.
Save 10% on 3 Nights or more Special Offer
From a soak in a hot bath to leisurely strolls, enjoy a break on the Causeway Coast to do as much or as little as you like and recharge with a full Irish breakfast each morning. From £120 per person sharing. Linger longer and save 10% when you book 3 nights or more. Please mention the Good Hotel Guide when booking.