My husband and I had our first trip away in 19 years without the kids. We spent two nights at this almost 200 year hotel that was built to allow visitors to come and enjoy the beauty of the Giant's Causeway. The hotel décor therefore may not be to everyone's taste, but we saw it as history. The rooms however, were more modern, spacious, had thick carpets, very comfortable beds, good heating system and ambient lighting. The dining area was quite grand, but needed some music to enhance the atmosphere. Both breakfast and dinner were amazing.
The staff were very friendly and we would especially like to thank Clare at the front desk and Ruby the duty supervisor, who both resolved a few issues we had with our room. Thank you for the dinner - we were very impressed and thoroughly enjoyed it.
Parking was no issue at the hotel. One key point I would like to highlight - do not waste your time paying £11.50 to enter the visitors centre that has very little information, unless of course you want to do the audio guide along the causeway. This is included if you stay at the hotel, but for a day trip, just visit the Giant Causeway via the arch next to the visitor's centre - it's FREE. The surrounding area is breath-taking and you can explore so many places by hiking or by car.More
- Free Wifi
- Free parking