Magherabuoy House Hotel 3 star
Magherabuoy is a family owned NITB 3-star hotel and is a member of 'Best Western', the world's largest hotel chain.
The Magherabuoy House Hotel is situated on an elevated site on the southern outskirts of Portrush, the property incorporates a beautifully restored period mansion built in 1860 which has been extended to provide a quality modern hotel with extensive function, meeting and conference facilities.
The original Magherabuoy House was built following the design of Sir Charles Lanyon - at that time Ireland's leading architect. Lanyon also designed Queen's University, Portrush town Hall and many other churches and notable public buildings across the North of Ireland.
Magherabuoy was the home of Sir Richard Dawson Bates from 1934-47, Minister of Home Affairs at the old Northern Ireland government at Stormont.
The House has recently been renovated, highlighting the period features of this former gentleman's residence and adding 3 stylish meeting / private dining rooms to the Hotel.
15 x Double en-suite with Bath (sleeps 2)
30 x Double & Single en-suite with Bath (sleeps 3)
6 x Double & Single en-suite with Shower (sleeps 3)
2 x Two Doubles en-suite with Shower (sleeps 4)
2 x Two Doubles & 1 Single en-suite with Bath (sleeps 5)
41 Magherabuoy Road Portrush Co Antrim
Tel : 028 7082 3507
/ Fax : 028 7082 4687
Email : email@example.com
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