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Local Attractions

Blair’s Holiday Park is situated minutes on foot from Portrush town centre. Camping in Portrush is the ideal location to tour Ireland’s famous Causeway Coastal Route, to visit the iconic locations where the award-winning television series Game of Thrones was filmed and to enjoy the golfing capital of the world.

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Causeway Coastal Route


The Causeway Coastal Route covers eighty miles of coastline across two counties, beginning in Belfast in the south-east of Antrim and ending in the Walled City in County Londonderry, in the north-west. Along the way, there are a number of iconic places to stop and enjoy local food and stunning scenery.

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Game of Thrones


The stunning scenery within the Causeway Coast and Glens was used to represent everything from Winterfell to the King’s Road, The Iron Islands to Stormlands. Now you too can stand on the spot where Lannisters schemed, stroll in the footsteps of Starks and gaze on grasslands crossed by the Dothraki horde. Browse locations at this link and visit iconic scenes during your stay at Blair’s.

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Golf Capital of the World


Playing a Northern Ireland links course is an experience like no other. Blair’s is ideally located for golfers to enjoy the best links courses Northern Ireland has to offer. Royal Portrush Golf Club & Portstewart Golf Club are a short drive from the park and Castlerock a mere 20 minutes drive.

Dunluce Castle is sited dramatically close to the edge of a headland, along the North Antrim coast. Surrounded by jaw dropping coastal scenery, this medieval castle stands where an early Irish fort was once built and where its history can be traced back to early Christians and Vikings. 

Find out more on the Northern Ireland Environment Agency website

Giants Causeway


Flanked by the wild North Atlantic Ocean and a landscape of dramatic cliffs, for centuries the Giant’s Causeway has inspired artists, stirred scientific debate and captured the imagination of all who see it.

Dunluce Castle is sited dramatically close to the edge of a headland, along the North Antrim coast. Surrounded by jaw dropping coastal scenery, this medieval castle stands where an early Irish fort was once built and where its history can be traced back to early Christians and Vikings. 

Find out more on the Northern Ireland Environment Agency website

Old Bushmills Distillery


The distillery, founded in 1784, offers an exciting and educational tour through the distilling process, the maturation process, and the bottling. The staff are always friendly and welcoming to visitors from all over the globe, plus you get to sample your very own choice of the famous Bushmills whiskey at the end!

Dunluce Castle is sited dramatically close to the edge of a headland, along the North Antrim coast. Surrounded by jaw dropping coastal scenery, this medieval castle stands where an early Irish fort was once built and where its history can be traced back to early Christians and Vikings. 

Find out more on the Northern Ireland Environment Agency website

Ramore Restaurants


The gem of Portrush, a cluster of different styled restaurants that offer fine dining, family-style, seafood, oriental, and takeaway. It is by far the most famous restaurant on the North Coast and well deserves its title. Try it and see!

Dunluce Castle is sited dramatically close to the edge of a headland, along the North Antrim coast. Surrounded by jaw dropping coastal scenery, this medieval castle stands where an early Irish fort was once built and where its history can be traced back to early Christians and Vikings. 

Find out more on the Northern Ireland Environment Agency website

Mussenden Temple


This perfectly circular temple is situated on the edge of a cliff overlooking Downhill beach. It is architecturally a masterpiece and the views it offers are similarly stunning. There is also the manor house ruins that are next to it and they are filled with mystery and beauty.

Dunluce Castle is sited dramatically close to the edge of a headland, along the North Antrim coast. Surrounded by jaw dropping coastal scenery, this medieval castle stands where an early Irish fort was once built and where its history can be traced back to early Christians and Vikings. 

Find out more on the Northern Ireland Environment Agency website

Dunluce Castle


The castle is a famous destination, set hanging onto the cliff edge, the castle ruins offer amazing backdrops and an intriguing story. The visitor’s centre offers interactive tours and historical facts about the castle. It is also famously known as inspiration for C.S. Lewis’ Cair Paravel in Narnia.

Dunluce Castle is sited dramatically close to the edge of a headland, along the North Antrim coast. Surrounded by jaw dropping coastal scenery, this medieval castle stands where an early Irish fort was once built and where its history can be traced back to early Christians and Vikings. 

Find out more on the Northern Ireland Environment Agency website

Carrick-a-rede Rope Bridge


A narrow, high-up bridge that was originally constructed 350 years ago, connects the mainland to a tiny island which offers incredible views of Scotland, Rathlin Island, and the Causeway Coast.

All of these locations and attractions within 20 minutes drive…
Stay with us and see them all!