Bushmills Inn Hotel
It’s always a good start to a meal when the atmosphere is so cosy. We love the wee snugs, the whitewashed walls and the dark timbers. The traditional 17th century building might take you back in time, but the food is bang up to date.
Their style is Irish with an international twist. One of the most popular dishes on the menu is as local as it can get; pan-fried fillet of beef flamed with the famous whiskey made a mere stone’s throw away.
The Inn’s passion for using locally sourced produce is evident throughout all their Menus, with Belted Galloway beef, Kerry Hill lamb, Ballypatrick venison and Rathlin Island scallops to name but a few.
Desserts are sinfully rich and irresistible. It would be rude not to try their sticky toffee pudding with fresh cream. Just make sure you take a walk on the beach afterwards. Then come back to a malt whiskey in the bar which is still lit by gaslight.
They’ve even got a private cinema! It doesn’t get much better than this.