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Visitor Centres & Tour Desks
The inn’s excellent restaurant, with intimate wooden booths set in the old 17th-century stables, specialises in fresh Ulster produce and serves everything from sandwiches to full á-la-carte dinners.
This rustic tearoom serves breakfast fry-ups till 11.30am, and has daily lunch specials as well as good tea, coffee, cakes and scones.
The inn's excellent restaurant, with intimate wooden booths set in the old 17th-century stables, specialises in fresh Ulster produce and serves everything from sandwiches to full à-la-carte dinners.
The Giant’s Causeway & Bushmills Railway follows the route of a 19th-century tourist tramway for 3km from Bushmills to below the Giant’s Causeway visitor centre...
Food & Drink
Bushmills is the world's oldest legal distillery, having been granted a licence by King James I in 1608...
Railway & Transport
Brought from a private line on the shores of Lough Neagh, the narrow-gauge line and locomotives (two steam and one diesel) follow the route of a 19th-century tourist tramway for 3km from Bushmills to below the Giant'...
Castles, Palaces & Mansions
Views along the Causeway Coast between Portrush and Portballintrae are dominated by the ruins of Dunluce Castle , perched atop a dramatic basalt crag...
This cute little chalk-built tearoom on the quayside at Ballintoy serves teas, coffees, ice cream, home-baked apple tart and lunch dishes, such as Irish stew or chicken and ham pie.
The main attraction on the stretch of coast between Ballycastle and the Giant's Causeway is the famous (or notorious, depending on your head for heights) Carrick-a-Rede Rope Bridge...
One of the north coast's most stylish restaurants, 55 Degrees North boasts a wall of floor-to-ceiling windows allowing diners to soak up a spectacular panorama of sand and sea...
Nature & Wildlife
You'll find more activities for kids at the Coastal Zone, including marine-life exhibits, a touch pool, rock-pool rambles and fossil hunts.
Another water front place offering stone-baked pizzas, pasta dishes and a range of steak, chicken and fish dishes.
You’ll find many activities for kids at The Coastal Zone , including marine-life exhibits, a touch pool, rock-pool rambles and fossil hunts.
The North's top clubbing venue is still going strong, and attracts clubbers from as far afield as Belfast and Dublin – it came 48th in DJ Magazine's list of the Top 100 Clubs in the world...
There’s many family-oriented fun at the Dunluce Centre , a hi-tech, indoor adventure playground especially for kids, with interactive games, a computerised treasure hunt and a ‘turbo-tour’ motion-simulator ride.
Bistros & Brasseries
Quality grub – juicy steaks, homemade burgers, spicy chicken, oriental dishes and vegetarian meals – a family-friendly atmosphere (there's a kids menu) and a harbour-side location make the Harbour one of Portrush's m...
Waterworld , by the harbour, has indoor swimming pools, waterslides and spa baths for children to play in (adult/child under eight years £4.50/2.50, family tickets for three/four/five persons £11.75/15.60/19...
The town is famous for Barry’s , Ireland’s biggest amusement park, filled with classic, family-friendly rides, including a carousel, ghost train and dodgems.
Portrush is the centre of Northern Ireland's surfing scene – the Portrush Open in March is a regular feature on the Irish Surfing Association competition calendar, and the UK Pro Surf Tour held a contest here for th...
Tucked beneath 55 Degrees North, this licensed cafe serves good coffee plus breakfast rolls and pancakes (10am to 11...
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