White Hart Hotel
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
TripAdvisor Reviews White Hart Hotel Port Ellen
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... Sam was a trooper and apologized the whole way until Matt could not deal with any more "I'm sorry"'s. The drive was spectacular with stunning views for miles of the coast and small towns. You can understand why everyone says Ireland is so green.We found a place to stop and have lunch at Harry's in Cushendall. Very interesting and wonderful salad with fresh and local prawns and crawfish and a bowl of seafood chowder with salmon and ...
... that they didn't notice the 1 mile hike to the rocks. The hexagon rocks are spectacular. We had a great time climbing the rocks and stopping to enjoy the views. This place is magical and well worth the effort to get there.
We left the causeway and I forced a stop at Bushmills Distillery to do a little whiskey shopping. It was a quick trip and then we were off to Carrick-a-Rede to ...
... it, but stay at least 2 or more nights.
Onto the ferry for a 4 hour ferry trip to Port Askaig on Islay (pron. Eye-la) where we stay for 3 nights. About 90 minutes to Colonasay, a smaller island in the Lower Hebrides, then another 2 hours to Port Askaig on the northern end of Islay. After disembarking, a 35 mile drive to Port Ellen where to our harbour ...
... by Lagavulin, but didn't stop there. All three of the distilleries that we saw today sit right on the sea with beautiful views of an arm of the North Atlantic.
We finished the day with dinner in the hotel restaurant and were not disappointed. So far, we have had most of our meals either in hotel restaurants or museum cafes, and they have all been just fine. Some better than others, but all just fine.
... in both the cafe and the gift shop.
Back in the car we headed for the ferry terminal. The two-hour crossing started out a bit rocky, but smoothed out quickly as we moved out into deeper water. We were able to have dinner on the boat cafeteria-style. Some of the foods we chose were cooked to order and one of the workers brought the rest of the meal out to us. After eating, we settled into a couple of chairs on the ...