Bushmills Inn Hotel and Restaurant
Overlooking the garden courtyard, our award winning Restaurant takes in the original 17th century stables and wine cellar, contrasting intimate booths with white washed walls and well-aged timbers with a Garden Room Conservatory. Blending classical with 'new Irish' cuisine each dish is crafted from traditional roots but with a Bushmills twist using locally sourced ingredients, bringing you a true taste of Antrim. Our fish are caught in local waters while our pheasant once roosted in the Macnaghten estate opposite the Restaurant. Sample our mature prime Ulster fillet of beef, which has been on the menu since the day we opened, or our Belted Galloway Beef which is reared and grass fed only 2 miles away. Alternatively try our signature Dalriada cullen skink, before indulging in something a little sweeter.
Our Restaurant has an enviable reputation both locally and internationally and we have been recognised with the following recent awards:
Taste of Ulster Award
Golfers Guide to Ireland - Best Golfers Restaurant in Ulster 2013 and 2015
YesChef - Best Restaurant in Ulster Award 2014/2015
Open 12 noon to 21.30 every day (all year) serving an All Day Menu and a la Carte Menu.
The Bushmills Inn’s Public Bar. Rich in history and still lit by gas light, The Gas Bar is the perfect setting for a night out. Great craic, live music, cosy peat fires, a warm welcome – no trip to Ireland is complete without a visit to a traditional pub. An intriguing range of signature cocktails, local craft beers, premium spirits and a small but thoughtfully designed Bar Food Menu. Weekly live traditional Irish music nights with resident band Scad The Beggars – Saturdays from 20.30 to late. Additional live music nights May to September featuring John McGrath and guest musicians.
Open every day May-September 12 noon to midnight.
Open October- April 12 noon to midnight Sat and Sun, 17.00 to midnight Mon-Fri
Gas Bar Food Menu available 12 noon to 21.00.
Euro Accepted, Credit/Debit Cards Accepted
NB. This map is based on the postcode and so may not reflect the exact location.