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Magherabuoy House Hotel Magherabuoy House Hotel Magherabuoy House Hotel

Magherabuoy House Hotel

41 Magheraboy Road
Portrush
Co Antrim
Northern Ireland
BT56 8NX
Tel: +44 (0)28 708 23507
Fax: +44 (0)28 708 24687

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Originally a 19th Century manor house now a luxury modern three star property on the outskirts of Portrush.

GUEST ROOMS

55 spacious, modern, en-suite bedrooms.

30 standard (queen and large single)
6 accessible (for those with disabilities)
4 large rooms (2 queen beds and a single bed)
15 king-bedded superior bedrooms (with bathrobes, slippers, mineral water, additional toiletries, trouser press, CD players and room safes).

All offer spacious en-suites with power showers, and include free wireless and cabled high speed internet, digital LCD televisions, direct dial telephones, hospitality trays and elevator access to all floors. Average room size is 25m2.

FACILITIES

A la carte restaurant
Bistro
Extensive lobby with comfortable black leather seating
Meeting rooms
Garden with seating
250-space car park
Late dining times and packed lunches available to golfers. Drying facilities also available but are rarely needed…

ACCOMMODATION REVIEW

Portrush has been a tourist resort since the days of the railways, and has strong golfing connections. Home to the rising star Graeme McDowell, Portrush is the location of the renowned Royal Portrush Golf Club. Originally opened in 1987, the Magherabuoy Hotel was extensively renovated in 2006 and branded as a Best Western property to reflect the high standards that are now expected by the modern traveler.

This Hotel is at the heart of some of the best golf in the British Isles, with Royal Portrush, Portstewart and Castlerock each a 5, 10 and 20 minute drive respectively. There are many other attractions in the vacinity, such as the Giant’s Causeway, Old Bushmills whiskey distillery, the 12th century cliff-top ruins of Dunluce castle and Carrick-a-rede rope bridge. The North Coast of Ireland benefits, according to a recent Jacobs Creek survey, to the fifth best view in the world, and Lonely Planet has named Northern Ireland as a "must see" destination in 2007. And with a high quality Hotel at the heart of the area, golfers have at last good cause to stop by and enjoy golf at the pace it ought to be played.

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