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Aaranmore Lodge Bed and Breakfast

Aaranmore Lodge, Bed and Breakfast.

Aaranmore Lodge, Bed and Breakfast, Portrush, Co Antrim.

Conveniently located on the main Portrush to Coleraine Road in the town.

Aaranmore Lodge B&B
Aaranmore Lodge B&B
Aaranmore Lodge B&B
Aaranmore Lodge B&B
Aaranmore Lodge B&B
Aaranmore Lodge B&B
Aaranmore Lodge B&B
Welcome To Aaranmore Lodge Bed And Breakfast.

Aaranmore Lodge is located in the seaside town of Portrush. It is in a prime location for visiting Northern Ireland’s North Coast, with quick and easy access to all major tourist attractions and within walking distance to the town, bars, restaurants and beaches. Aaranmore offers comfortable accommodation and a hearty breakfast, offering well appointed spacious ensuite bedrooms with either super-king double or twin beds. Royal Portrush Golf Club is only minutes away and several other excellent golf courses nearby. Belfast is approximately 60 minutes drive away and City of Derry/Londonderry 45 minutes. It makes an ideal choice as a base for tourists, golfers or the business traveller. Parking and wi-fi are provided free of charge.

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PLEASE NOTE: To prevent missed or double bookings, bookings are placed directly with the establishment's booking system and not through Choose Ireland or any other 3rd Party System.

Aaranmore Lodge Bed and Breakfast Facilities.

  • - Free WiFi
  • - Wheelchair Access
  • - Pet Friendly
  • - Non Smoking
  • - Tea & Coffee
  • - TV in Room
  • - Private Parking
  • - En Suite Rooms
  • - Full Breakfast
  • - Single Occupancy
  • - Double-Twin Rooms
  • - Family Rooms
  • - Evening Meals
  • - Child Friendly
  • - Baby Sitting
  • - Cot Available
  • - Accept Credit Cards
  • - Hair Dryer
  • - Laundry Facilities
  • - Onsite Bar

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Antrim Attractions near Aaranmore Lodge B&B.

  • Royal Portrush Golf Club - Home of The 148th Open in 2019.

    Voted Number 7 in the World’s 100 Greatest Golf Courses, Golf Digest (2017). Founded in 1888, the legendary Royal Portrush Golf Club has two Championship Courses – the renowned Dunluce Course and the smaller but equally enjoyable Valley Course. Both command impressive views across the North Atlantic with breathtaking views of Scotland and Donegal but the golf is even more spectacular. The Dunluce Course, re-designed in 1947 by Mr H.S. Colt and later in 1951, became host to the first ever Open Championship held in Ireland. During the entire tournament only two golfers managed to break 70. It’s easy to see why; the greens are scattered among huge sand dunes gently raised above the Antrim Coast providing vistas of sea, cliffs and islands. But no matter how appealing the view, attention must be paid to your game as Portrush can challenge even the most experienced of golfers. Portrush’s most celebrated holes are the fifth hole and the fourteenth. The fifth, ‘White Rock’ is one of the most exhilarating two–shots in golf. Over hit the second shot, and your ball disappears into the Atlantic! The aptly named sixteenth Hole, ‘Calamity’ requires total precision to carry the ball over an enormous ravine. Mis-hit this one and you could be taking your next swing from at least fifty feet below the hole. Is it any wonder that Golf World magazine regularly rates Portrush in the world’s top twenty golf courses? What the experts say: “The course winds its way back inland, twisting and undulating, until it comes to a heart stopping pause at Calamity Corner. This hole, the hardest par 3 I’ve ever seen, plays 210 yards, uphill and into the wind to a green on the side of a cliff. I retired to the upstairs bar and began the slow process of returning to our accustomed selves – the ones who play the ordinary, earthbound kind of golf.” Charles McGrath, New York Times.

  • Giants Causeway.

    Giant's Causeway, Northern Ireland's first UNESCO Heritage Site, is a geological wonder and home to a wealth of history and legend. The 40,000 basalt stone columns left by volcanic eruptions 60 million years ago intrigue and inspire visitors. State of the art interpretation within the award winning Visitor Centre unlocks the mystery and stories of this amazing place and offers a unique glimpse into the wonder that is the Giant's Causeway. "You are standing on, or are about to visit, one of my favourite places. The jewel in the crown of the fabulous coast of Antrim. A site of World Heritage and therefore ranked alongside Mount Everest and the Giant Redwoods of California for it's importance to humankind.Volcanic activity helped Finn Mc Cool forge this wonder of the World some 60 Million years ago. It is today the habitat of rare plants and animals. Please treat their home with the pride and the care it deserves." David Bellamy

  • Carrick-a-Rede Rope Bridge.

    Take the exhilarating rope bridge challenge across to tiny Carrick-a-Rede island (a Site of Special Scientific Interest) and enjoy a truly cliff-top experience. Set amid unrivalled scenery on the North Antrim Coast, the 30-metre deep and 20-metre wide chasm is traversed by a rope bridge that was traditionally erected by Salmon fishermen. It’s a bit more sturdy these days but there’s still only one way off the island – back across the swinging bridge! If you choose to brave the rope bridge you will be rewarded with the wonderful scenery Carrick-a-Rede. It is a rocky island that sticks out of the sea and provides wonderful views. You can see for miles along the coastline and even as far as the Scottish islands. The geology of the island, as well as the plant and animal life, has led to it being named as an area of special scientific interest.

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