Hotels in Coleraine

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Coleraine, Northern Ireland, United Kingdom
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Coleraine, Northern Ireland, United Kingdom
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Cheapest month:October
Most expensive month:November
Average price in Coleraine:€96/night
Cheapest price found:€47/night
Cheapest day:Monday
Most expensive day:Wednesday
€60 - €143
Average price per night / 3-star hotel. Prices are not fixed and may vary with time.
€90 - €164
Average price per night / 3-star hotel. Prices are not fixed and may vary with time.

Hotel prices in Coleraine

3 stars
Premier Inn Coleraine
No. 1 most popular

Premier Inn Coleraine

3 Riverside Park North Castleroe Road, Coleraine, United Kingdom

€95

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About Coleraine

Set against Northern Ireland’s world-famous Causeway Coastline, Coleraine offers access to a baffling basalt landscape that’s inspired legends of giants striding over the Irish Sea. Tour the region’s whiskey distilleries, browse local markets and explore historic castle ruins.

Things to do

Tour Old Bushmills, the world’s oldest whiskey distillery. Retrace a rich history dating back to 1608 before tasting their beautifully smooth batches of golden liquor. Afterward, take the narrow-gauge steam train to the world-famous Giant’s Causeway and marvel at the 40,000 firmly-packed black basalt columns rising mysteriously out of the sea.

Meet local farmers and talented artisans at the Causeway Speciality Market, held every second Saturday in the shadow of the beautiful Coleraine Town Hall. Try Linda’s original handmade sausage rolls and sample Quinn’s mouth-watering fudge. Along with delicious food and live entertainment, you can find authentic Irish wool jumpers, handcrafted soaps and Celtic jewelry.

Visit the weathered ruins of Dunluce Castle, which titters dramatically on the edge of a coastal outcrop in County Antrim. The iconic medieval castle is only accessible from the mainland by a bridge. Discover the castle's rich history and explore the archaeological finds surrounding the original keep, including the cobbled streets and a merchant’s house.

Enjoy the glorious golden sand and perfect rolling waves of Portstewart Strand, one of North Ireland’s most beautiful beaches. Ride horseback along the three-kilometer shoreline or follow the circular Sand Dune and Estuary Walk, which meanders through 6,000-year-old dunes and wildflowers.

Getting around

Trains arrive from Belfast within two hours and buses arrive within one hour from the City of Derry Airport. Everything in Coleraine is within walking distance, while regular buses, trains and taxis are available for exploring the coastal towns.

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Set against Northern Ireland’s world-famous Causeway Coastline, Coleraine offers access to a baffling basalt landscape that’s inspired legends of giants striding over the Irish Sea. Tour the region’s whiskey distilleries, browse local markets and explore historic castle ruins.

Things to do in Coleraine

Tour Old Bushmills, the world’s oldest whiskey distillery. Retrace a rich history dating back to 1608 before tasting their beautifully smooth batches of golden liquor. Afterward, take the narrow-gauge steam train to the world-famous Giant’s Causeway and marvel at the 40,000 firmly-packed black basalt columns rising mysteriously out of the sea.

Meet local farmers and talented artisans at the Causeway Speciality Market, held every second Saturday in the shadow of the beautiful Coleraine Town Hall. Try Linda’s original handmade sausage rolls and sample Quinn’s mouth-watering fudge. Along with delicious food and live entertainment, you can find authentic Irish wool jumpers, handcrafted soaps and Celtic jewelry.

Visit the weathered ruins of Dunluce Castle, which titters dramatically on the edge of a coastal outcrop in County Antrim. The iconic medieval castle is only accessible from the mainland by a bridge. Discover the castle's rich history and explore the archaeological finds surrounding the original keep, including the cobbled streets and a merchant’s house.

Enjoy the glorious golden sand and perfect rolling waves of Portstewart Strand, one of North Ireland’s most beautiful beaches. Ride horseback along the three-kilometer shoreline or follow the circular Sand Dune and Estuary Walk, which meanders through 6,000-year-old dunes and wildflowers.

Getting around Coleraine

Trains arrive from Belfast within two hours and buses arrive within one hour from the City of Derry Airport. Everything in Coleraine is within walking distance, while regular buses, trains and taxis are available for exploring the coastal towns.

  • What are the best hotels in Coleraine?

    Bushtown Hotel, rated with a score of 7.8 from 1,022 reviewers, is one of the most popular hotels in Coleraine. Other top stays include The Lodge Hotel, with an average rating of 8.9 from 898 reviewers, and Lisnagalt Lodge, with a score of 9.3 from 130 reviewers.

  • What is a good hotel near Castlerock Beach?

    A good hotel close to Castlerock Beach is The Studio Castlerock with Hot Tub (rated 9.6/10 from 110 reviews).