Facilities at The Inn on the Coast
We are proud of the hospitality and services provided at The Inn on the Coast and this can be seen in the recent refurbishment of bedrooms and the popular bar and restaurant.
The Inn attracts a wide range of users from locals in the bar and restaurant to families, golfers, walkers and cyclists.
The Causeway Coast and Glens attracts a variety of visitors to the area and we are delighted to look afre them all.
The Inn boasts 30 large and well equipped bedrooms all with en suite facilities and many with sea views. The rooms can be set up to welcome single business visitors.Double, twin, family and even for three adults too - and they are all bookable online.
Bar and Restaurant
The bar restaurant area is widely used by both hotel residents and locals .
The bar restaurant is open daily from:
Monday to Saturday: 11am until 11pm.
Sunday: 12 noon until 10.00pm
Food service runs from 5pm with last orders at 8.45pm Monday to Sunday.
Early Bird Menu Served - Monday to Friday 3.00pm-5.15pm
Saturday & Sunday - 1.00pm-5.15pm
Please note these times are subject to change between high and low season.
Children: Children are very welcome at the Inn on the Coast.
NB; Children who are not residing in the hotel will have to vacate the bar by 9.00pm.
Stay connected with loved ones whilst at the Inn by utilising our free WIFI in the pub.
There is occasional entertainment (in that usual Irish way!) in the bar and you can keep an eye on what's on through our Facebook page or the website itself.
The hotel has good WiFi access available throughout the public areas and bedrooms for all of our guests. If you have any problems connecting simply ask one of our staff members for some assistance.
The Inn on the Coast is ideally placed for business people visiting Coleraine or anywhere on the north coast and we like to think that we provide exactly what is required for these visits.
The Inn on the Coast has ample off road and private car parking available for all guests. As would be normal wherever you go we would always suggest that golfers don't leave their expensive equipment in their vehicles overnight.