Lovely cosy pub grub with an Open fire . Good selection of food at reasonable prices and hot drinks.
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Best seafood chowder I’ve EVER had!!! Wow! Giant chunks of seafood!!! Smoked salmon open face was excellent as well. My 2nd time to Bushmills and I couldn’t wait to come visit this cute little old schoolhouse. The ambience is so quaint and authentic.
A small group of us travelled to the Giants Causeway and this place is right in the front of it. We stopped in after the tour and it was a welcomed delight. It was warm and cozy. The place has nice clean bathrooms! It is...More
Called in for coffee and drinks after seeing advertisement outside for coffee. No scones available until 12 . How is that providing morning coffee.Feeling peckish asked for crisps. Only big bags. Tray bakes? No! Having walked a long way had my coffee feeling hungry and...More
Stopped in the nook for a quick drink during a tour which included a stop at the causeway (this place is right beside it) never had any food but the drinks and service was fine. It was a handy place to get out from the...More
Stopped in after a visit to the stones. Looks pleasant enough. Ordered fish and chips. Fish inedible as it was watery and very rubbery - obviously frozen. Waitress didn't argue but it took several attempts to get her to arrange refund as it was busy....More
After a nice look at the Giant's Causeway, you might pop in here to warm up with a soup and bread. The Soup of the Day varies (we were fortunate in that they had the Cream of Carrot when we visited, and it was super...More
An interesting pub/eatery in an old school building with a lot of charm. Difficulties to find space with limited seating so in summer it must be hell to get served. You need a table first then line up to order which can take awhile as...More
We visited in January on a cold, grey, windy day. It was delightful to see the blazing fire and feel its heat - certainly adds to the ambiance. It has retained the old school furniture, highly polished, very pleasant. There were quite a few tourists...More