The Romancer

The Giant's Causeway is Northern Ireland's only World Heritage Site


Bushmills Inn
Shola Coach House Boutique B&B
Blackrock House, Portrush

The entrance to the Bushmills Inn

Day One

Arrive at the Giant's Causeway and take a stroll down to the stones, making sure you pay a visit to the wishing chair. Next, head to the Causeway Hotel for a winter warmer or sample a local craft beer or try one of the cocktails from the extensive gin menu. Go exploring and discover some of the Causeway Coast's hidden gems, such as Dunseverick Harbour or Kinbane Castle. When you've worked up an appetite, enjoy an intimate supper by the fire in one of the many nooks and crannies at the Bushmills Inn. Can you find the secret library?

Mussenden Temple in, County Londonderry, Northern Ireland

Day Two

Take a drive to Dunluce Castle before heading further west towards Downhill - to visit the dramatic Mussenden Temple, once a library but now a popular destination for romantic weddings. Take a pit-stop at the much-feted Harry's Shack at Portstewart Strand to enjoy fantastic fresh fish and chips with a sea view. Finish off the day with a romantic sunset stroll back at the Causeway.

A couple enjoying breakfast in bed at the Bushmills Inn

Day three

Why not enjoy breakfast in bed and a leisurely read of the morning papers before heading out for the day? Enjoy a little pampering with a seaweed bath at Sea Haven in Ballycastle. If you're looking for a special gift, browse the many independent shops in the market town of Ballycastle. Be sure to pop in to Ursa Minor Bakehouse for a artisan sweet bake over a delicious coffee - and pick up a hand-shaped loaf to take back home.


Things to see and do on the Causeway Coast

Things to see and do on a Giant Mini Trip