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Lisnagalt Lodge

108 Ballyrashane Road, Coleraine BT52 2LJ Northern Ireland
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#9 of 20 B&Bs / Inns in Coleraine
Expect a warm welcome and an excellent breakfast - Food Hygiene Certificate. 2 Family en-suite & 1 double en-suite, and 2 standard rooms also available. All rooms are spacious and are centrally heated. They each have Remote control TV, Tea / Coffee facilities, Hairdryer and full length mirror. Cot, iron and ironing board available on request. Room Features: Spacious TV Wi Fi Tea/Coffee making facilities Hair Dryer Central Heating Lisnagalt lodge also has: TV lounge Conservatory Private Parking
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108 Ballyrashane Road, Coleraine BT52 2LJ Northern Ireland
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BRLE-C wrote a review 6 Sep
Kilkenny, Ireland35 contributions51 helpful votes
Friendly welcome and an excellent breakfast. Everything is spotlessly clean. The rooms are spacious. Owner very friendly and helpful. Close to Bushmills, The Giants Causeway and Carrick A Rede Rope Bridge
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Date of stay: August 2021
Ruth wrote a review Aug 2021
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Beautiful spacious room. delicious breakfast. clean comfortable and warm. 15 min from giants causeway . Owner very helpful and friendly. On a main road and nothing near it but perfect base to explore from. Will return
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Date of stay: August 2021Trip type: Travelled with family
Neville A wrote a review Sep 2019
Belfast, United Kingdom19 contributions6 helpful votes
With work I travel a lot and I was treated to a lovely stay in an old fashioned and lovely lodge. The room was lovely and fittings grand. Linda was lovely and friendly and I hope to return soon. PS Great Breakfast.
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Date of stay: September 2019Trip type: Travelled on business
Péter H wrote a review May 2019
173 contributions33 helpful votes
We loved it! The house was spotless clean everywhere. We have our dog with us Linda has no problem with the dog at all. We shared the bathroom which was huge and lovely full with shower gel and shampoo and lot more. We definitely will go back
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Date of stay: May 2019Trip type: Travelled with family
C M wrote a review Oct 2018
dallas, tx86 contributions127 helpful votes
I'm a bit confused as to how there are no Average reviews of this B & B. We stayed Oct, 2018, based on the rave reviews. We have stayed in approximately 10 different B&B's during two different trips to Ireland. This is not a 5* B&B. I am going to give a totally honest, unbiased review: The location is not ideal for good restaurants or walking, but it's pretty close for Giants Causeway, Rope Bridge, Dunluce Castle and the distillery. Linda suggested Molly's Restaurant and unfortunately we thought that was not quit good. We were there an hour before closing so they kind of ignored us and went about doing all their closing activities. The service was not good nor was the hospitality. Linda was very nice, but she certainly was not overly friendly or helpful. She did not spend any more time than necessary in conversation. When there was interaction, she was very nice, but I definitely got the feeling she has been doing this for so many years, it's just a job and she was not very interested in mingling at all. The house itself was very neat and clean, but very old and outdated. The carpets were all worn and stained. The furnishings were all very old, worn and outdated. There were large stains on the dining room ceiling from leaks. The bedroom we were in had three single beds and a double bed. The bed coverings were all very outdated, but the sheets were clean. The double bed was ancient. The mattress was like sleeping in a marshmallow. It was a platform type with no box spring. I could hardly get out of the bed. The pillows were flat and hard. Everything was just about adequate but very old. The bedroom carpet was worn with three additional carpets over the old carpeting. They were cheaply bound causing me to trip every time I walked out of the bathroom. I have no idea why they were even there. They did not match and appeared to have no purpose other than to be in the way. There were 4 bath towels in the bathroom. Two folded on the rack and two hanging on the back of the door. I took for granted they were all clean. I used one from the door to dry my face and found there were stains and dried blood on it....disgusting! I'm not sure if they were just permanently stained or she just forgot them hanging there from the previous guests. All the towels were different. There was absolutely no room in the bathroom to put any toiletries. There was a large space next to the shower that they could have placed a table or shelf but there was nothing. No consideration for guests and how they can actually function in the bathroom. There were no luggage racks, so I had to put the luggage on the extra beds, which I would not normally do. There was wi-fi, but not in our room, it was out of reach. You have to go to the downstairs lounge. She did say the room had a booster, but it did not work. Breakfast was good, but again nothing special. No home baked items or breads. There was assorted cereals in plastic cereal bins and about 12 boxes of cereal stored under the table they were served on. It just looked very cheap and not professional. The coffee offered was instant from a jar not the usual french press that is so fantastic in Ireland. I just felt like the host did as little as possible to get by and provide adequate service. She will get solid bookings all season long, so she does not have to change anything! Everything about this property was just adequate, not a bit of extra money was spent to make this a good b&b experience. It would appear that they have not put a penny into this property in the past 25 years. I have been in much better b&b's for the same 86 euro per night price we paid in October. It was just not what I expected for the ratings that this property has. If you are looking for old and adequate, this was okay.
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Date of stay: October 2018
Trip type: Travelled as a couple
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United KingdomNorthern IrelandCounty LondonderryColeraine
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Frequently Asked Questions about Lisnagalt Lodge
Which popular attractions are close to Lisnagalt Lodge?
Nearby attractions include The Edge Watersports At The Crannagh Activity Centre (7.2 km), Alley Cats Indoor Play Centre (7.0 km), and Jet Centre (7.0 km).
What are some of the property amenities at Lisnagalt Lodge?
Some of the more popular amenities offered include free wifi, free breakfast, and a lounge.
What food & drink options are available at Lisnagalt Lodge?
Guests can enjoy free breakfast and a lounge during their stay.
Is parking available at Lisnagalt Lodge?
Yes, free parking is available to guests.
What are some restaurants close to Lisnagalt Lodge?
Conveniently located restaurants include The Boatyard Coffee Shop Coleraine, The Royal Court Hotel, and Water Margin.
Are pets allowed at Lisnagalt Lodge?
Yes, pets are typically allowed, but it's always best to call ahead to confirm.
Are there any historical sites close to Lisnagalt Lodge?
Many travellers enjoy visiting Downhill Demesne & Hezlett House (15.6 km), Hezlett House (14.1 km), and Lissanduff Earthworks (8.9 km).