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Bushfoot Beachouse

28 Bushfoot Road, Portballintrae, Bushmills, Co Antrim, BT57 8RR
Bushfoot Beachouse


Portballintrae is a perfect destination to holiday situated just off the Causeway Coastal route. It is a hidden gem boasting a sheltered harbour where you can rent a rib to see the Causeway or take a trip to Rathlin island. It has a quiet beach with a host of rock pools to explore and a beautifully situated 9 hole golf course with views over the River Bush and Runkerry beach. Portballintrae is close to Bushmills and the Giants Causeway making it an excellent base to explore the Causeway Coast.

This beautiful bungalow set in a quiet, safe area. It sleeps 8 and is perfect for a family break, a quiet getaway, a golf break or all 3 !

There are 3 bedrooms - 2 double and 1 bunk room which sleeps 4. There are 2 sets of doors leading into the BBQ deck in the spacious, enclosed garden with an outside dining table. There is also a trampoline in the garden and a firepit for roasting marshmallows.

Bushfoot Beachouse is a 2 minute walk from the golf club and a 5 minute walk to the nearest beach and to the hotel / wine bar. The giants causeway / headland walk is a must for all visitors. Portballintrae and Bushmills have an excellent choice of restaurants.

Equipment for crabbing / cricket etc is available along with a wide range of DVD's, books and board games.

This is a non- smoking house.

Giants Causeway, Bushfoot Golf Club, Runkerry Beach, Portrush, Dunluce Castle, Carrick-a-rede Rope bridge, Portstewart Strand, Mussenden Temple, Dunseverick, Bushmills Distillery

Facilities include:
Tumble drier
Washing machine
Additional fridge/freezer
Crepe maker
Toastie maker
Slow cooker
Ironing facilities
Hair driers
PS3 - call of duty game
High chair / potty/ bath mat / travel cot
Large adult and child DVD selection


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