- At a Glance
- Our Review
Welcome gift on arrival when booking a suite.
Characterful and cosy inn on Ulster's Causeway coast
Just a leprechaun’s hop from the Giant's Causeway, where wild Atlantic waves crash on the rocks beneath craggy cliffs, all is warmth and welcome at the Bushmill's Inn.
Know It All
Hit the Spot
Next to the world's oldest distillery, close to Ulster's Causeway coast.
Come here for...
Inglenook turf fires. Hayloft snugs. Atmospheric amore.
Indulge in a relaxing facial or massage in the spa treatment room, or catch a film in the private cinema. To make that special kind of statement when you arrive, there’s a helipad. You'll find fabulously free wi-fi in all rooms.
Good to know
Dining here isn't cheap, but has won gastro-plaudits.
River View rooms and Tower Suites have four poster beds, one has a free-standing slipper bath. Complimentary wi-fi in all rooms.
Go for a junior suite and snuggle up in the feature four poster bed.
Eat & Drink
All warm mellow brick and aged timber, the Taste of Ulster restaurant is set in the inn’s former 17th century stables and wine cellar. A warm and welcoming vibe is matched by excellent food, with chef Donna Thompson promoting a blend of classical and new Irish dishes. Expect to taste Dalriada cullen skink, Bushmills peppered Ulster beef fillet steak and Bush river salmon.
Cooked breakfast is served until 10am
Available morning and evening.
See & Do
Great sights are all around, but must-sees include the dramatic and cliffy north Antrim coast – one of Europe's most spectacular stretches of coastline – with its sandy beaches, Atlantic rollers and neat fishing harbours tucked between craggy cliffs.
You'll want to explore the fabled Giant’s Causeway, with its towering six-sided stone columns. Join a tour of the Bushmills distillery – the world’s oldest whiskey distillery – or swing out at the Royal Portrush golf course, one of seven great courses in the region and ranked among the world's top ten. Dunluce castle sits spectacularly on a craggy basalt outcrop high above the sea, and is a great place for walks. The River Bush is within casting distance of the gardens at Bushmills.
The Ballymena Arts festival features local, national and international acts.
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ESSENTIAL INFORates Guide
GBP 128 - 398Check In
12:00 middayMinimum Night Stay
Two nights between November – MarchOpen/Closed
Closed Christmas DayAir Conditioning
No restrictions, but it's not really the place for kidsPets
Dunluce Road, Bushmills, Co. AntrimParking
There is free guest parking.Trains
Portrush – five milesTaxis
GBP 80 from Belfast AirportAirport
Belfast – 45 miles