Smugglers Inn

Address: 306 Whitepark Road, Bushmills, County Antrim, Northern Ireland, BT57 8SL, United Kingdom | 3 star hotel
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This 3 star hotel, located on 306 Whitepark Road, Bushmills, is near Giant's Causeway, Carrick-A-Rede Rope Bridge, Bushmills Distillery, and Bushfoot Golf Club.
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          • Restaurant
          • Bar/lounge


          • Wheelchair accessibility
          • Free parking
          • Pets allowed

          TravelPod Member ReviewsSmugglers Inn Bushmills

          Reviewed by osullyboy49

          Nice B&B

          Reviewed Sep 30, 2012
          by (1 review) Youngstown , United States Flag of United States

          Had a good night sleep and an Ulster Fry for breakfast.

          This review is the subjective opinion of a TravelPod member and not of

          TripAdvisor Reviews Smugglers Inn Bushmills

          4.00 of 5 stars Excellent

          Travel Blogs from Bushmills

          Drive up the coast to Bushmills (Northern Ireland)

          A travel blog entry by samatt1020 on Oct 18, 2015

          3 comments, 20 photos

          ... named Tartine at Distillers Arms. We had Irish oysters Rockefeller, Irish smoked salmon on Swiss chard and beet roots, salt and pepper squid with Napa cabbage, and Jameson, neat for Matt, on the rocks for Sam. The foodies that we are have not had the same meal twice and have been very surprised by how good the food is each time. Everything is just so fresh. After dinner, we headed to the Bushmills Inn for an Irish nightcap of Guiness and ...

          Dublin & Northern Ireland

          A travel blog entry by mmtravelworld on Sep 19, 2015

          6 photos

          ... was awesome and we spent quite a while wondering around and taking the requisite photos. Mark even lit a candle!

          We decided to visit the infamous Temple Bar area for a look and supper as we had vouchers for a 2 for 1 priced burger at Bad Bobs. We found it quite easily and settled into a very nice evening of good burgers and beers with some chats to the locals. The staff were extremely helpful and a good time was had by all. After our burgers we headed off ...

          Giant's Causeway & Antrim's Causeway Coast

          A travel blog entry by modernnomad67 on Aug 06, 2015

          54 photos

          ... off the coast of Scotland added it into their mythology as a causeway
          between the two coasts over which two resident giants fought each other. I
          can’t help but recall a ranger-led walk I went on at an archaeological site in
          West Texas a few years ago during which one of the people on the tour decided
          to give an alternative “Biblical” narrative for all the explanations of
          geological phenomenon the ranger gave, “Creation ...

          One Small Step for Finn McCool

          A travel blog entry by rachelkw on Oct 29, 2013

          53 photos

          ... in the distance. After exploring and climbing everywhere, we drove along the coast to Ballintoy and the Carrick-a-Rede rope bridge.

          The wind was blowing in from Scotland quite fiercely. Rathlin Island stood in front of us, its upside down lighthouse visible on the western side. There was no way out of forking out for the crossing, so we coughed up 28 between us. The bridge is just 20m long and 30m above the rocks below, but it was made ...

          Standing in the footsteps of giants

          A travel blog entry by rory60 on Jun 24, 2011

          9 photos

          ... around 40 000 basalt columns, which on our visit were interspersed with a posse of Russian models in fur coats (equally attractive though harder to explain).
          Legend has it that the causeway was used by the giant Finn McCool to nip across to Scotland for a fight with his counterpart, Benandonner. Geology has it that the columns are the result of volcanic lava cooling into regular shapes of basalt, to form a suitable backdrop for Russian models in fur coats. You decide.