My wife and I stayed here for 2 nights in July. First off let me say that Portrush is a maze of 1 way streets and a bit confusing until you drive around it for a few minutes. This makes the B&B hard to find. Nothing special about the rooms, they were clean but the bathroom was in a bit of disrepair. My wife almost fell in the shower because the floor had a big downhill slant that got very slippery. Trying to get the water to not freeze or burn you was another problem. No heat in the rooms other then a small space heater that tripped out after 2 min. I had to swap out ours for the one that was in their lobby since no one answered at the desk when I came down. Best thing I can say is it was quiet and the breakfast was very very good. Not much else. If it was me I would pass by Portrush as I didn't feel it was worth the time we spent there.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- Avarest is a victorian Town House set in the centre of Portrush. Minutes to all amenities, free unrestricted parking on street. All rooms ensuite, some sporting superb ocean views. Special diets catered for , vegetarian, gluten free, lacto intolerant. A short drive to Giants Causeway and Bushmills Distillery. ... more less
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- Also Known As:
- Avarest House Portrush, Northern Ireland