This is an old step inn with horse carriages dating from about 1608, although its current name and buildings were purchased in 1820. Renovated in the late 80's, this inn is a beautiful place, next to a stream, to spend one or more nights in an atmosphere that is sure to make you think of other times. One of the cleanest and organised toilets I've ever seen just like the rooms which are beautifully maintained and tastefully decorated. I cannot fail to mention the restaurant services, one of the best meals I've had in Northern Ireland (especially sausages made there, by hand, with mashed potatoes, caramelized onions, all with Guinness stout sauce) and the caring, patient, charming staff always have a friendly smile. It offers a unique atmosphere between the Giants Causeway, Portrush and the distillery of the same name.
If you want to sleep next to the Giant's Causeway Visitors' Centre then this is your place. The place has been running since 1836. The hotel has 28 rooms, all with a bath. Several rooms have stunning sea views and a private terrace. The rooms are well equipped, including TV and tea and coffee making facilities. Being so close to the Causeway this becomes an ideal place to explore the area.