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All reviewsgave us a mapthe location is perfectoff street parkingrooms are smallpleasure of stayingone nightprivate car parkwithin walking distancepubs and restaurantsgiants causewaynorthern irelandsingle roomporridgelovely breakfastantrim coastsitting roomrope bridge
A mid-town guesthouse. We had a warm welcome and a good room.
Not a big bathroom, but well enough. Had a good night sleep and Helen and Charlottee were very friendly and helpfull.
We could easily park on the street, but there's a private carpark...More
On the positive the property was clean and the breakfast service was excellent. There is a bakery worth visiting a short distance down road. Enjoyed walking the waterfront after dinner one evening. The issue was the noise level due to the Sprillhill Bar across the...More
We really enjoyed our two night stay at Beulah House. The room was nicely decorated and the bed comfortable. Bathroom and shower were on the small size compared to those in America.We slept well. Excellent full breakfast. Great location for touring Antrim coast and there...More
I have stayed at The Beulah several times over the past few years. Always when visiting the North West 200.
The location is ideal, in the centre of Portrush. It is quite easy to find and there is off street parking, ensuring that the Bikes...More
A lovely guest house with all the basics you need. There is a living room to hang out in the evenings to plan your next adventure. The rooms are small and the shower is small in comparison to American standards but they are sufficient for...More
We checked in around 15:00 hours (3PM). However, if you called ahead you could probably check in most any time if they have the open rooms. I found the owner to be exceptionally helpful in all aspects.
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"Back of the house is quieter than front (though we had no problem)"