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Family run Edwardian house offering traditional bed and breakfast accommodation overlooking the recreation grounds in Portrush with a seaside location. Situated in a quiet residential neighbourhood yet close to the town centre and harbour with its restaurants. Comfortable, basic and clean accommodation with all double/twin/family rooms en-suite with hospitality trays and TVs. There is a spacious lounge and dining room for the exclusive use of guests. Steps to front door, ample parking in Ramore Avenue and sunny patio/garden area at the front with seating and sea view. Cots and highchairs available. Credit/debit cards and Euro accepted. Rate includes linen, towels and breakfast. Breakfast, normally served between 9-9:30am, consists of a traditional Irish breakfast (bacon, sausage, egg, soda bread, potato bread) and a choice of cereals, orange juice, yoghurts, fruit, grapefruit and tea/coffee. Directions to Ramona: Follow M2 and A26 from Belfast. Follow A2 and A37 from Londonderry/Derry. When entering Portrush, follow signs towards Landsdowne on the one-way system. The house is situated on an elevated site on the right opposite tennis courts and bowling greens. Transport: The Bus and Train station is 10-15 minutes walk away. We recommend travelling by train from Belfast and Derry via Coleraine. The train journey from Portrush to Derry is not to be missed for its coastal views. Pickups can be arranged from the station in Portrush by arrangement. Restaurants: The Ramore Restaurant complex at the harbour (3 minutes walk from Ramona) is renowned in Northern Ireland. In particular we recommend Ramore Wine Bar for its fantastic fresh tasting food and lively atmosphere, and the Harbour Bar, the oldest bar in Ireland. However we love 55 Degrees North (another restaurant 10 minutes coastal walk from Ramona) for its stunning unbroken views of the ocean and highly competitive meal deals. Portrush is set in an area of outstanding natural beauty with the Giant’s Causeway, Dunluce Castle and miles of sandy beaches to mention but a few of the highlights. You won’t be bored while taking a break in Portrush but we would be delighted to give you further advice on what to do, so please ask though also recommend Causeway Coast and Glens, and Discover Northern Ireland websites.
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Breakfast included
Non-Smoking Hotel
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Grade: 84 out of 100
24Restaurantswithin 0.3 miles
6Attractionswithin 0.3 miles
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Good location near the port. Nice clean rooms with a sea view. Tasty full breakfast. I would recommend this B&B as a good value choice for a short stay in Port Rush. Room had ensuite and everything you needed.
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I have been staying at Ramona lodge last year and enjoyed my stay. The couple who run it are very friendly and he!pful. The room was very clean except we had 3flights of stairs to climb along with steps to get up to guest house. Kept us fit. Would stay there again.
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We were working in the area and stayed here for two nights. On check-in we were immediately greeted with "can you pay now" - once divested of our money we were then told that breakfast is only available between 9:00am and 9:30am - not much good for anyone working - we had to
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We booked this B & B last October and were unpleasantly surprised that our room was positioned at the top of the house, up two steep sets of stairs. No assistance offered to take our cases (we are two ladies of a certain age) when there was a man in the house. The room had a
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Ramona’s B&B (92 € per room) had parking right on the street in front of the B&B but it wasn’t available until after 6. After hours there was plenty in front of the B&B so if you wanted to be close, you could move your car. But there was parking at a big lot a couple blocks
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Photo provided by managementRamona Lodge
Watch the world go by - there is a sunny patio/garden area at the front with seating and sea vie
Unfortunately I did not take a picture on the sunny day! It was stunning.
Foggy morning view
Double bed, toward the right approx. 4 ft there was also a bunk bed
Photo provided by managementRamona Lodge
Comfortable, clean and basic accommodation. Rooms come with hospitality trays, TV, linen and to
"Others said there room was no better"
"Don't do it!"
"Call to make reservations: Owner does not regularly use Trip Advisor or other such sites for bookings."
"Room 4,has a double bed and 2 bunks, ideal as a family room, it is en suite and the room is big with an overlooking view of Ramore Head and the local bowling green."
"Ocean view rooms are great!"
$103 - $111 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
United KingdomNorthern IrelandPortrush
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