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We stopped on our way to Portstewart and had a look around for somewhere to eat .
The menu board outside sounded good so in we went.
We had soup and sandwiches and they were tasty , the bread was very fresh and the sandwiches...More
Back got another overnight stay and the Adelphi and it's staff never fail to deliver. Had a lovely meal in the bistro now settling in for a relaxing night and a good night's sleep in my very comfortable room. Travelling solo this trip but feel...More
Warm friendly welcome, clean hotel with nice spa facilities at no extra chargejust what was needed after sightseeing & shopping.Lovely food was good standard and reasonable cost. Lovely weekend of reminising.
Thankyou Adelphi for another comfortable stay. We stayed in the triple family room on the fourth floor with a sea view! My 2 year old son loved to be able to see the sea. Our room was very spacious plenty of room for our toddler...More
Went there for Sunday Lunch and the menu was unexciting. I had hoped that it would be more like the 'bistro' it advertised on the sign. Undaunted, we ordered some food and it delivered what it promised - an unexciting experience. The meat was tough...More
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hi Susan ,you could also leave a message on History of Portrush Co Antrim Facebook page ,and who knows what might come up as quite a few of the older generation use this page, its stories ,and photos, as a way of stepping... More
hi Susan ,you could also leave a message on History of Portrush Co Antrim Facebook page ,and who knows what might come up as quite a few of the older generation use this page, its stories ,and photos, as a way of stepping back in time to happier days of their youth ,glad I was able to help .