Dromore House

Coleraine, Co. Londonderry
Bed & Breakfast
+44 (0)7427 713072
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Cuisine reigns supreme at this historic B&B. Play world-class Portrush golf, trek the Giant’s Causeway, plunder National Trust treasures


4 rooms


Rooms sleep 2 – 4

Children welcome
Babies welcome

The Experience

Birdsong accompanies your arrival at this wonderful Georgian family home where original features abound. It’s surrounded by acres of mature gardens and its bright rooms have huge beds and superlative views (for seclusion, bagsy the charming Scullery studio).

A grand piano and warming fire await in the drawing room. Return from a round of world-class golf or Wild Atlantic Way walk to swap stories over home-baked afternoon tea. Breakfast arrives à table from the kitchen garden. Savour fresh fruits, compôtes (perhaps rhubarb and lime), homemade bread, honey and preserves and tuck into free-range eggs with garden chives or the succulent sausages of Angela’s Ulster fry.

Tick off National Trust treasures, rotate between top-notch restaurants, have tranquil strolls around the grounds and sit by a roaring fire.

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We think you'll love

  • Your host, Angela
  • The homegrown, organic kitchen produce, from elderflower cordial to potato bread
  • The historic, antique-packed house and its warm Irish welcome
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You should know

  • A car is needed to explore the best of the region


  • Swimming pool
  • EV charger
  • Hot tub
  • Garden
  • Open fire / woodburner
  • Breakfast included
  • Breakfast available
  • Meals available
  • Vegetarian meals
  • Oven
  • Parking on premises
  • Free parking nearby
  • Accessible by public transport
  • WiFi
  • Television
  • Spa
  • Central heating
  • Limited mobility
  • Wheelchair access
  • Mobile reception
  • Hob
  • Bar
  • Barbecue
  • Licensed premises
  • Paid parking nearby
  • Air conditioning
  • Relaxation areas
  • Washing machine
  • Tennis court
  • Microwave oven
  • No smoking
  • Credit cards
  • Working farm
  • Owner has pets
  • Dishwasher
  • Pets welcome

Family friendly

  • Baby monitor
  • Books and toys
  • Children welcome
  • Babies welcome
  • Stair gates
  • High chair
  • Fire guard
  • Cot available


  • Pub/bar within 3 miles
  • Restaurant within 3 miles
  • Shop within 3 miles


  • Bikes available
  • Food courses
  • Kayaking
  • Other courses
  • Sailing
  • Surfing
  • Wild swimming

& pricing

Booking information

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Booking restrictions
Pets by arrangement: small, well-behaved dogs in The Old Scullery Studio. One of the doubles can have a single bed added too.
December - mid-March.
No smoking
Smoking not permitted anywhere in the property.
Restaurants 15-minute drive.


Nightly price
from £130
1 Studio for 2
From £130
2 Doubles
From £142
1 Family room for 4
From £130



An absolutely wonderful stay at Dromore House! Angela, could not have been more helpful recommending local places to visit and her breakfasts were completely delicious. Our room was perfect, the bed incredibly comfortable and had the best night's sleep in a long time! Such a peaceful location with beautiful grounds and views. Would highly recommend for a visit to Northern Ireland.

Lizzie, Nottingham

A perfect place to stay. Angela could not have done more to facilitate my experience of this wonderful place & spot. I stayed two nights. I loved it. Very very special Brendan

Brendan, Brighton

Absolutely beautiful Georgian house in stunning woodland grounds. And We played our first ever game of croquet on the lawn. Angela was a lovely hostess and awesome chef. Our Family agreed that her breakfast was the finest we ever had.

George, Bristol & Co Down

One of the best places we have ever stayed, we cannot recommend Angela’s beautiful home, food, beds and shower enough. Such a warm caring person, whose catering skills and management far exceeded any expectations. We had the most wonderful stay here and cannot wait to return.

Helen, Bridport

A fabulous, homely country house in a quiet but convenient location for exploring most of N Ireland. Angela is a really welcoming and friendly host who offers exceptional, delicious home-cooked breakfasts with produce from the bountiful kitchen garden. A lovely relaxed atmosphere with gracious drawing room and dining room and well appointed bedrooms with lovely linen and duvets etc. A excellent place to stay.

Gill and Rory, Chester

A masterclass in how a country house bed and breakfast should be. Charming and knowledgeable, Angela's thought of everything: scones and tea the afternoon you arrive, shortbread in the room, fruit cake miraculously replacing the shortbread! Fabulous bed and bathrooms with delicious bedlinen, and soft towels, but feels like a family home not a magazine. Log fire on a cool evening. Beautiful garden with great views. Breakfast with home made jams, bread, and stewed fruit before the perfectly cooked works or day's special such as eggs Benedict. Even a proper cup of coffee. Altogether magical

Caroline, London

We stayed at Dromore House for two nights during October to explore a part of Northern Ireland we had never visited. Angela was a very welcoming hostess who really did everything to make our stay as pleasant and comfortable as possible. The house is in a very quiet location with lovely views very close to Coleraine and the fascinating coastline. The bedroom and bathroom are very well appointed and we were able to make use of the drawing room in the evenings. Breakfast was superb, especially the eggs benedict! A real home from home and one we could thoroughly recommend.

Di, Salisbury

We spent three nights at Dromore House and thoroughly enjoyed our time there. Angela is a superb host and her breakfasts are absolutely wonderful. The house is a joy - extremely comfortable and beautifully furnished. The location is ideal for exploring the coast and countryside. We would encourage anyone planning to visit this area to stay here. It is a special place.

Jane, Birmingham

We stayed with Angela for one night and she could not have been more helpful or friendly. Her house and gardens were beautifully maintained and she made us feel completely at home during our short but enjoyable stay. The breakfast was second to none - I would thoroughly recommend Dromore House.

Paul, Newry

We very much enjoyed our stay at Dromore House. Everything from the warm welcome, log fire and cream tea on arrival was impressive. Angela was most helpful in providing advice on places to eat for lunch and in the evening. The range of options for breakfast was outstanding and the accommodation was comfortable and tasteful. Dromore house is well situated to visit the North Antrim coast and Donegal.

Les & Nancy, Bedford UK

We had a wonderful time at Dromore House and Angela’s hospitality was second to none. Beautiful homemade scones (including gluten free ones!) and a welcoming log fire in the comfortable lounge on our arrival. Nothing was too much trouble. Very tasty breakfasts, good advice on where to visit and where to eat out. Lovely bedroom and gardens in a peaceful setting. Thank you Angela for a very memorable stay in your beautiful home.

Susan and Stephen, Sheffield

A beautiful Georgian property in the country but minutes from Coleraine and the Causeway attractions. Angela is the perfect host with tea and home made scones on arrival. Our room had a four poster bed and a glorious view of the garden. Breakfast was served in the pretty dining room with a selection of fruit, home made bread and of course the Ulster Fry! Daily specials are also offered. Angela was so helpful, advising us on good restaurants in the area and even filling our flasks with milk and hot water for a picnic. Anyone visiting this area must stay here. We definitely will be returning.

Nigel, Chard Somerset

Lovely warm Irish welcome from Angela. The breakfast menu is incredible. As much as possible produced from the garden. The compotes really caught my eye, rhubarb and lime, yum! The house is charming, light bright and clean, every room has beautiful antique furniture and Irish art. The drawing room sums up the house. Warm, comfortable and full of charm. The garden is an oasis of calm.

Kerry, Sawday's inspector

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The neighbourhood

You’re minutes from Coleraine and 10 miles from an iconic coastal landscape. Don’t miss the Giant’s Causeway, the dramatic Mussenden Temple, Carrick-a-Rede rope bridge and the myth-swirled Glens of Antrim. Golfers can play at Royal Portrush then try the town harbour’s dining scene or Harry’s Shack at blue-flag Portstewart beach, The Water Margin in Coleraine or the Bushmills distillery’s atmospheric restaurant to sup in style.

Local points of interest from Angela Rolston

  • Murlough Bay is a secluded and beautiful cove (protected by the National Trust) close to Ballycastle and Fair Head. Step back in time with a gourmet picnic and take in the very great beauty of the place....
  • The Giants Causeway is a geological wonder and N Ireland's first UNESCO world Heritage site. Together with the charming Carrick a Reed Rope Bridge, this makes a superb start to seeing what the Causeway Coast has to offer.
  • Royal Portrush Golf Course has long attracted golfers and this year will host 'The Open 2019'. We offer an amazing choice of excellent courses as well as Royal Portrush - Portstewart, Castlerock and Ballycastle all within easy reach of Dromore House.
  • Rathlin Island offers a world away from it all....a haven for seals and puffins, a day of remote reflection and excellent hiking. A short boat trip from Ballycastle - a rewarding day out in good weather with an excellent packed lunch.
  • For Game of Thrones enthusiasts - visit The Dark Hedges which was used in the filming of the series and also Portstewart Strand, Downhill Beach, Larrybane, Ballintoy, Fair Head and Murlough Bay for a sneek peek into the world of GOT filming.
  • A must see is the alluring Dunluce Castle - one of the most picturesque and romantic of Irish Castles - the castle ruins dating back to 16th /17th century. Combine the trip with a visit to the famous 400 yr old Bushmills Whiskey distillery -


Angela Rolston

Angela and Peter moved here in 1999 and are always delighted to welcome people into their family home. She ran a wine business abroad. Peter’s grandfather, Joseph Shaw, brought greyhound racing to Ireland – thus the dog motifs. Angela prepares local food to historic family recipes for her guests, and she runs the B&B with an emphasis on ‘country house not hotel’. Plans to convert the estate’s listed outbuildings into cottages are afoot.