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The White House Portrush

45 Main Street, Portrush, County Antrim, BT56 8BN
The White House Portrush

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Located in the seaside town of Portrush on the scenic North Antrim coast in Northern Ireland, The White House is a well-known and much loved destination not only for local shoppers but for the many visitors who come to the area each year.

This heritage store has been beautifully restored and modernised to retain many of its historic features yet provide a modern shopping environment across its womenswear, menswear, kidswear, accessories, lingerie, toys, cookshop and homeware, luggage and furniture departments.

A recent addition to the store is its brand new specialist Slumber Slumber bed department which was unveiled in 2014. Offering a one stop shop for customers searching for the perfect bed it includes a unique bed buying system which simplifies the bed buying process making it easy for customers to find the perfect bed.

Its Trocadero Restaurant is a hub of life during the busy summer season offering a range of meals and light bites.

The womenswear department showcases an extensive range of brands including Joules, Mexx, Seasalt, Esprit, Masai, Animal, Gerry Weber, Adini and Converse. There are great accessories brands from Radley, Nica, Fiorelli, Tula and Kipling.

In menswear find brands such as Weird fish, Joules, Fynch Hatton, Crew Clothing, Esprit, Meyer, Remus Uomo, White Stuff and Animal.

Founded in 1891 The White House, Portrush has attained a legendary status that comes from sitting serving its community for over a hundred years. Be sure to stop in and see why.

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Opening Times

* Monday - Friday 10:00 - 17:30
Saturday 09:30 - 17:30
Sunday 13:00 - 17:30

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Map & Directions

Road Directions

Directions from Town:
Car Follow the signs for Portrush. Portrush is a one way system so travel past Barry's Amusements, past the harbour and up the hill keeping right. You will find the White House on the same street as the Ramada Hotel. Train The station is located next to Barrys Amusements, a five minute walk from the store.

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