10 THINGS TO DO...
Picnic on Whiterocks Beach
Take a picnic lunch from our restaurant and enjoy the soft white sands of Whiterock’s beach in Portrush.
Visit the Giants Causeway, this area of outstanding natural beauty is Northern Irelands only world heritage site, follow the story of the volcanic eruption that brought us these columns of layered of basalt or for the young or young at heart the story of Finn McCool.
Carrick-a-Rede Rope Bridge
We dare you to cross Carrick-a-Rede Rope Bridge, traditionally used by fishermen to check their salmon nets. The bridge passes over a 20m wide and 23m deep chasm to Carrick Island.
Enjoy a stroll along Portstewart strand to the Barmouth to see the waders, wildfowl and nesting birds that make this beautiful area their home.
Leslie Hill Open Farm
Meet Georgie the pony and take an open wagon ride through the wooded parkland at Leslie hill open farm, stroll around the lake and see the large and small animals in the main farmyard.
Royal Portrush Golf Club
Play the Dunluce links or Valley links course at Royal Portrush golf club, 9 or 18 hole lessons are offered for beginners or those who wish to improve their game.
Blue Flag Beaches
Dip your toes in waters of the European blue flag winning beaches at Downhill and Benone
Mussenden Temple perches on the edge of the cliffs in the grounds of Downhill house; this tiny temple was once the library for this grand house which is now home to the many sheep which graze on the land.
Walk, jog or run the path that runs along aside the Bushmills railway. This scenic path takes you through the country side and along the coast to the visitors centre at the Giants causeway.
Take a Surf Lesson
Take a surf lesson on one of the 7 amazing beaches along the North Antrim coast.
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