Ramada Portrush near Dunluce Castle is located in the center of a bustling seaside town, just 10 minutes from the Giant’s Causeway. Receive a friendly greeting at our non-smoking Portrush hotel overlooking the ocean. Book our meeting and banquet space, take advantage of our guest laundry and use Wi-Fi Internet access to go online. Request wake-up service in time for a full Irish breakfast and a free morning newspaper. Wheelchair-accessible rooms are available at our Portrush hotel.Splash around as you enjoy the slides and other aquatic features of Waterworld, just a short stroll from our Portrush hotel, or tee off on one of the two links at nearby Royal Portrush Golf Club, featuring fabulous coastal views and scenic hills. From there, drive up to 13th-century Dunluce Castle overlooking the club. Notice the mix of Norman, Scottish, English and European architecture as you explore the ruins after crossing the bridge from the mainland to the basalt outcropping on which it’s seated.See how the famous whiskey is crafted at Bushmills Distillery, then hop from step to step on the spectacular Giant’s Causeway, 40,000 interlocking hexagonal columns resulting from an ancient volcanic eruption. Try not to look down on the rocks 30 meters below as you cross Carrick-A-Rede Rope Bridge to tiny Carrick Island.Enjoy a delicious meal at the Counties Cafe Bar and Restaurant, conveniently located on-site of our hotel in Portrush, Ireland. Try the nearby Harbour Bistro for reasonable prices and tasty cooking in a relaxed setting. Locals are quick to recommend Ramore Restaurant for its varied menu and attentive service.
69 Non-smoking, en-suite rooms
Enjoy a delicious meal at the Counties Cafe Bar and Restaurant, conveniently located on-site of our hotel in Portrush, Ireland. Try the nearby Harbour Bistro for reasonable prices and tasty cooking in a relaxed setting. Locals are quick to recommend Ramore Restaurant for its varied menu and attentive service.
- Bushmills Distillery
- Carrick A Rede Rope
- Dunluce Castle
- Giants Causeway
- Portrush & Portstewart
- Walking & Cycling
The golf course at Craigavad was originally designed by perhaps the greatest golf course architect ever, Harry Colt.
The layout consists of two loops, the first an outer clockwise circuit, finishing at our signature hole the par three 11th, the homeward inner loop in contrast, anti-clockwise.
- Oldest golf club in Northern Ireland
Castlerock Golf Club, is a classic links course set amid towering dunes. Situated on the Causeway coast and only a 20 minute drive from both Royal Portrush Golf Club and Portstewart Golf Club, Castlerock is a more than worthy neighbour to both of these great Irish links.A round at Castlerock will test every department of your game. The 200 yard par three signature 4th hole, called “Leg o’ Mutton”, requires a tee shot struck over a burn, with a railway track lurking to the right. Great courses offer great closing holes and the short par four 18th at Castlerock is no different. Even with a good drive on this slight dogleg, due to the contours of the fairway, you are often left with a relatively blind approach to a tricky plateau green.
- 20 minute drive from Portrush
- Links course
Founded in 1894 and redesigned by Willie Park jnr in the 1920’s this championship links course received its greatest makeover with the purchase of land known as “Thistly Hollow” in 1981. This enabled the club to build a stunning new seven holes through towering dunes and fabulous and natural links land. Designed by local school teacher Des Giffin the Strand Course is the jewel in the Portstewart portfolio.Portstewart has played host to many major Amateur and Professional Championships over the years including most recently the British Girls Championship in 2006. Portstewart Golf Club is proud to offer 54 holes of golf spectacularly set on Ulster’s famous Causeway Coast with something for every golfer.
The Strand – par 72
A true championship links course,The jewel in Portstewart’s crown
The Riverside – par 68
Includes 9 new holes running down to the river – a perfect day out for the society golfer
The Old Course – par 64
Along the rocky shore east of Portstewart where the Club was founded in 1894
- 54 Holes
- Links course
- Breathtaking views
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