Golf & Attractions


Portstewart Golf Club

Portstewart Strand Golf Course is the jewel in the Portstewart portfolio. Portstewart Golf Club is proud to offer 54 holes of golf spectacularly set on Ulster’s famous Causeway Coast with something for every golfer.

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Castlerock Golf Club

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.

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Ballycastle Golf Club

Ballycastle Golf Club, founded in 1890, sits yards from the shoreline on the Causeway Coast, a spectacular stretch of golfing coastline of unsurpassed beauty. The golf course is one of the most scenic in Northern Ireland and has a multitude of personalities from tame parkland holes to wild links offerings and includes flat and low-lying holes and a back nine that launches you up into seaside hills that command panoramic views of the town of Ballycastle, Fair Head, Rathlin Island and on a clear day the Mull of Kintyre. It’s exposed location and the typical challenging conditions call for real shot making, from punched long irons, little bump and runs to hitting under the wind. This is how the game originally started and what real golf is all about. By the end of the round there is no doubt that you will have used every shot in your bag.

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Royal Portrush Golf Club

The 36-hole club has two courses, the Dunluce Links (the championship course) and the Valley Links. Royal Portrush hosted the Open Championship, the oldest of golf's major championships, the only Open not held on the island of Great Britain.

Situated on the North Antrim Causeway Coast, Royal Portrush occupies a triangle of giant sand hills with views of the hills of Inishowen in County Donegal in the west, the Isle of Islay  and Southern Hebrides in the north, with the Giant's Causeway and the in the east. The course is overlooked by the ruins of the 13th century Dunluce Castle, which gives its name to Dunluce course.

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Rathmore Golf Club

Rathmore is a Golf Club situated in the North Coast seaside town of Portrush, Northern Ireland.

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Giant's Causeway

Northern Ireland's most popular tourist destination:this large stretch of staircase-shaped rocks is the result of cooled lava from volcanic eruptions that took place over 65 million years ago.

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Game of Thrones

Game of Thrones is one of the most popular and successful fantasy TV series ever made. Northern Ireland is one of the locations used for filming with the region’s historic castles and stunningly beautiful scenery being used as a backdrop for the fantasy series.

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Portrush Whiterocks Beach

Situated just off the Causeway Coastal Route, Whiterocks Coastal Park enjoys a stunning natural location, with limestone cliffs stretching from Curran Strand to Dunluce Castle.

On a year round basis, the beach is a magnet for water sports enthusiasts, especially surfers, but body boarders and surf kayakers are also regular visitors. A seasonal on site surf outlet provides equipment for hire.

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Dunluce Castle

Dunluce Castle is a now-ruined medieval castle in Northern Ireland. It is located on the edge of a basalt outcropping in County Antrim between Portballintrae and Portrush and is accessible via a bridge connecting it to the mainland. The castle is surrounded by extremely steep drops on either side, which may have been an important factor to the early Christians and Vikings who were drawn to this place where an early Irish fort once stood.

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Barry's Amusements

All the Fun of the Fair. The words have never been truer. Barry's does indeed offer something for everyone - of all ages. With ample car and coach parking and, of course, since it is Ireland, a roof, the whole family is guaranteed a great day out.

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For fun and entertainment enjoy a family visit to Waterworld. The indoor water attraction has a range of features which includes a water playground, 6 slides, two 80m waterslides and water cannons.

The Ten Pin Bowling facility offers 6 lanes of all action bowling for young and old to experience.

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Carrick-a-Rede Rope Bridge

Carrick-a-Rede Rope Bridge is a famous rope bridge near Ballintoy in County Antrim, Northern Ireland. The bridge links the mainland to the tiny island of Carrickarede. It spans 20 metres and is 30 metres above the rocks below.

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Portrush West Strand

West Strand Beach, also known as West Bay or Millstrand is a popular resort beach in the heart of this busy seaside resort. West Strand Beach is bounded at its northern end by the busy habour and flanked along its eastern boundary by a well-used pedestrian/cycle promenade.

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