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Magherabuoy House Hotel

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Refurbished country mansion and three-star, family-friendly hotel offering luxury, en-suite bedrooms and free on-site car parking. Some rooms with views across the Atlantic Ocean. Bedrooms include large doubles/twins, superior, family and accessible bedrooms. Broadband is free throughout and the Hotel offers a range of dining options. Tea room open Mon-Sat 10am-4pm. Carvery Lunch served on Sundays from 12.30pm-2.30pm. Food is served in the Bistro every evening from 4pm. Located under two miles from Royal Portrush, the Hotel is ideal for those wanting to sample the famous links. Also within a half hour's car drive of the Giant's Causeway and Bushmills Distillery.
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Property amenities
Free Parking
Room Service
Free High Speed Internet (WiFi)
Breakfast included
Banquet Room
Conference Facilities
Dry Cleaning
Laundry Service
Meeting Rooms
Non-Smoking Hotel
Public Wifi
Wheelchair Access
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Accessible rooms
Family Rooms
Non-Smoking Rooms
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From we entered the front door until we left it was great.The room The food The staff ill definitely be back to stay .The rose petals scattered round the room .The heart shortbread. The love heart sweets .
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Response from Trevor C, Owner at Magherabuoy House Hotel
Responded 5 days ago
Dear 728siobhand Delighted you and your partner enjoyed your Valentine's break at Magherabuoy House. We were intending to create a 'loved up atmosphere' and hopefully we got that right. The small details can make all the difference! Thanks for the review and look forward to seeing you next time. Regards, Trevor
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Great accommodation, bedrooms spacious . Lovely meals served in 1of 2 rooms. Loads of car parking space. Restaurant within grounds for meals or coffee stops during the day. Sunday carvery gives plenty of variety as there is also with breakfast. Just be careful
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Response from Trevor C, Owner at Magherabuoy House Hotel
Responded 1 week ago
Hello yhutton, Thank you for your lovely review and your feedback which we always like to hear. We have a good range of dining options at Magherabuoy and you have summarised them very well. Our edge-of-town location and private grounds are aspects of out Hotel many guests like, particularly the plentiful free parking. I also appreciate your loyal custom and hope you can return in the not-to-distant future. Regards, Trevor
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The location is quiet and convenient to all the lovely sights of the Antrim coast. The staff were pleasant and very welcoming. The accommodation comfortable, relaxing, warm and cosy on our winter break. Beautiful old building with a bit of history behind it. Plenty of safe
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Response from Trevor C, Owner at Magherabuoy House Hotel
Responded 2 weeks ago
Dear ilh69, Delighted you enjoyed your visit and found out a bit about the history of the 160-year-old Magherabuoy House. It has many stories to tell. The Causeway Coast is splendid at any time, but there is something particularly enjoyable about it on a crisp, bright winter's day. Must be the sea air. Thank you for your review and hopefully you can visit again in the spring, summer and autumn..! Kind regards, Trevor
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Nice hotel, clean. Breakfast certainly on the minimal side. Asked about gluten free options (as I'm a ceoliac) for breakfast from one of the young waiters and I was given a very confused look. Would suggest a couple more options if possible. The room was lovely and clean. The
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Response from Trevor C, Owner at Magherabuoy House Hotel
Responded 2 weeks ago
Hello Munsterrugbydog, Thank you for your review and for taking the time to give us your feedback. You make a timely point regarding our gluten free offering as it is an issue we are finding more and more guests are asking about. With that in mind we are reviewing our menus including our ceoliac offering and have come up with some good ideas which, following staff training, will be implemented by the end of this month. If you would like to make some suggestions of your own, please email us with your views. Pleased you found all other aspects of your stay to your pleasing, hopefully we'll see you again in future. Best wishes Trevor
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Stayed here for two day break giving as christmas present. What a present hotel was fantastic. I cant see why all negative comments people must be fussy. Reception staff where so professional and friendly never passed reception with out saying hello. Even had laugh about the
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Response from Trevor C, Owner at Magherabuoy House Hotel
Responded 3 weeks ago
Dear Michael, Thank you for your review. I'm delighted you had such an enjoyable stay and have found your 'new retreat' in Portrush - we look forward to welcoming you again in future, maybe when there's less snow around. Thank you also for mentioning Bobby Leigh's attentiveness - it's always nice when our customers recognise the special efforts members of our team make to ensure our guests have a great experience. Best wishes Trevor
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This was the big shock for me, Lovely mould.
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0 Votes We only stayed 3 nights so I don't really know but the experience was marvelous. Would definitely go again
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Probably guide dogs for blind people would be allowed, otherwise you would need to contact the Hotel direct to ask this question.
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I was with a group that had a more restricted menu than the full list from the restaurant, but it was still a wide variety of choices. It's pretty standard fare (i.e. beef, chicken, seafood, some vegetarian options) for a mid-grade restaurant, but everyone in my group enjoyed the meals.
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They have entertainment on the weekend few minutes drive to the harbor
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"Fourth visit, stayed on top floor. The superior room worth the extra money. Quiet hotel no matter which floor we have stayed on."
"Did not stay over at this hotel"
"Get the best price you can"
"Ask for bedroom away from the front entrance if staying a Saturday night"
"I have stayed in several rooms over the years and all similar."
US$88 - US$175 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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