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Postcode: BT52 | code search
Population: 24000
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Birthplace of:
Richard Chambers
Alan Campbell

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"very freindly place. Enjoyed my visit and drink. Hope to go again sometime.

Date visited: 03/05/2011 ..." More

Premier Inn Coleraine
"Good Points: Staff were excellent and offered fantastic customer service, especially the reception staff on check in. Bad Points: It wasn't stated anywhere in the literature in the room or around ..." More

Brown Trout Golf & Country Inn
"Have just returned from a golf trip to Northern Ireland with 11 friends (British and American). Stayed in three of the cottages at The Brown Trout Inn, which were excellent ..." More

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Coleraine bills itself as the “Capital of the Causeway Coast”, and indeed it provides a great base for exploring this stunning region of Northern Ireland. With World Heritage Sites such as The Giant’s Causeway, the immensely entertaining if slightly daunting attraction of Carick-a-Rede rope bridge, blue fag beaches, world-class golf courses and enough hills and valleys to keep the most intrepid fell-walker happy, the Causeway Coast does have an incredible amount to offer. Coleraine itself is a very pleasant town with attractions of its own, and should not be overlooked. Sitting on the River Bann in County Derry / Londonderry it is a salubrious, smart town with a relatively young population. The Heritage Walking Trail around the 17th Century Ramparts provides a good introduction to the town, taking you past the impressive St Patrick’s Church that dates back to 1613. The University of Ulster is based here in striking headquarters from the 1960s. The Riverside Theatre run by the University hosts impressive productions throughout the year. Just outside of town and surrounded by beautiful forest and river walks is Mountsandel Fort that contains the remains of the earliest known hunter-gatherers settlement in Ireland. The relics date back to 7000 BC. With a marina, a vibrant shopping scene, a host of leisure activities and excellent transport links to both Belfast and Derry, Coleraine offers plenty to the visitors of the North Coast.


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Tullans Farm Caravan Park

Caravan Park

Bellemont Caravan Park
Tullans Farm Caravan Park

Care Home

Garvagh Care Home


Dental Practice
Dental Surgery


Coleraine Health Centre
Lodge Health


Brown Trout Golf & Country Inn

Pub and Bar

Blackthorn Inn
Castle Bar
Forge Bar
Linsay's Bar
Market Bar
Mary's Craig Pub
McCloskeys Bar
Olde Forge Inn
Queens Arms

Railway Arms


Akbar Restaurant
Arbutus Restaurant
Charly’s Restaurant
Sun Do Restaurant
Water Margin Restaurant


Coleraine Academical Institution
Coleraine High School


Cranagh Student Village


Doherty Brennan
McCallum O'Kane Solicitors


Atlantic Taxis & Limousines
CAB Company
Cauley Cabs
Radio Taxis


McCormick & McEldowney

Sports Clubs

Coleraine Leisure Centre Judo Club (Martial Arts)
Coleraine Yacht Club (Sailing)


Jim Bell
McKeag & Co

Moore S & T
Pets At Home


Moonjumper International(Airsports)
Hill Farm Riding Centre(Riding)
Extreme Watersports(Water Sports)

Places to Stay near Coleraine

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The Ugadale Cottages (43.13 miles)

The Ugadale Cottages
On the outer fringe of western Scotland, there exists a very special place. Nestled in the southwest corner of the Mull of Kintyre, where the movements of sea, sand, wind and grazing sheep have intertwined ... More | visit website
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Harbour Inn Hotel & Restaurant (45.78 miles)

Harbour Inn Hotel & Restaurant

A destination for all seasons

Situated adjacent to Bowmore harbour, our small family run hotel offers superb accommodation, high quality award winning food and excellent service. As a base for touring Islay, described by the Lord ... More | visit website

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Craigard House Hotel (47.10 miles)

Craigard House Hotel

Welcome to the Mull of Kintyre. Join us in this lovely old house, turned friendly and informal bijou hotel. Take the time to really relax and chill out in one of our cosy rooms, most ... More | visit website


Ballygrant Inn & Restaurant (51.26 miles)

Ballygrant Inn & Restaurant
Welcoming family run Inn on hebridean Island of Islay
A family run Inn with a friendly Scottish welcome, excellent food, great selection of malt whiskies, beers and ales, David and Ruby Graham welcome you to ... More
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Gigha Hotel (52.75 miles)

Gigha Hotel
The Trust owned Gigha Hotel is located just a few hundred yards from the ferry terminal, and has a personal charm all of its own. Our team are exceptionally friendly and will ensure that your ... More | visit website
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Dunvalanree Hotel (56.66 miles)

Dunvalanree Hotel
Dunvalanrees licensed restaurant use of local sea food and farm produce has been recognised by the award of an AA Rosette and a Silver EatScotland award and the restaurant is featured in the Good Food ... More | visit website
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Ashbank Hotel (56.75 miles)

Ashbank Hotel

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This family run hotel is in an ideal location being just a short walk from the mile long sandy beach and working harbour. We are situated in the heart of ... More

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BW Kinloch Hotel (58.43 miles)

BW Kinloch Hotel

Unrivalled scenery & spectacular views, the Best Western Kinloch on the beautiful west coast of Arran, offers a warm Scottish welcome in relaxed & quiet comfort. Family owned & run for over 50 years, we ... More | visit website

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Corsewall Lighthouse Hotel (61.23 miles)

Corsewall Lighthouse Hotel

Corsewall Lighthouse Hotel invests the charm and romance of an 1815 functioning lighthouse with the comforts of a small, very unique, luxury hotel and restaurant.

The Lighthouse is a listed 'A' building of major national importance. ... More | visit website

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Portpatrick Hotel (64.95 miles)

Portpatrick Hotel
Standing in a commanding position, high on the Galloway Cliffs, The Portpatrick Hotel is magical and the vistas are unspoilt offering some of the most spectacular views in Britain.

We are blessed with having some beautiful ... More | visit website

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