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Popular holiday rental amenities in Coleraine
Check above for our most frequently used filters in Coleraine and the number of rentals that offer them. Most of the accommodation options in Coleraine provide internet or TVs, which makes it a great destination if you need internet access during your holidays or you want to tune out with some TV time. Three amenities that aren't typical are balconies/patios, barbecues and cots.
The Weather in Coleraine
- Rainy days
This is the climate diagram for Coleraine. In July, maximum temperatures climb above 19°. No heat wave is expected in January, when minimum average temperatures usally hit a 5° low. The rainiest month is December, while the driest month is April.
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Accommodation options for your holiday in Coleraine
In Coleraine, hotel rooms are the most common accommodation option. Hotel rooms here have an average price of £128 per night and a median size of 234 m². Furthermore, these rentals are optimal if you're going in a group of 2, since that's the average number of holidaymakers that hotel rooms are able to welcome in Coleraine. You might also like to consider other types of accommodation in Coleraine. House rentals are another typical type of accommodation in Coleraine, with 16 offers to compare. House rentals have an average size of 130 m² in Coleraine.
Explore the Causeway Coast from cosy Coleraine holiday cottages
Located on the Causeway Coast near the mouth of the River Bann, Coleraine is a perfect travel destination for visitors of all ages. With plenty of fun things to see and do in the town and surrounding areas, Coleraine holiday rentals are a great base for your adventures, providing self catering facilities, privacy and all the comforts of home.
What are the best activities for families in Coleraine?
Children's activities in Coleraine
Most popular attractions in Coleraine are family-friendly, and sites such as Mountsandel Fort and Dunluce Castle will definitely intrigue youngsters as much as they do older visitors. Similarly, outdoor activities such as walking and cycling can be enjoyed by the whole family. During the warmer months, the beautiful beaches on the coast north of Coleraine are also firm favourites with families. These include Whiterocks Portrush, Downhill Beach and Portstewart Strand.
No trip to Coleraine is complete without a visit to Barry's Amusements, in nearby Portrush – a family funfair that has been in operation for over 70 years. Energetic younger visitors to Coleraine will also appreciate the assortment of indoor playgrounds in town, as well as a visit to the Damhead Miniature Railway.
Where are the unique attractions in Coleraine?
Great places to explore
Visitors to Coleraine will enjoy exploring the town and its surrounds, as well as learning about its intriguing and tumultuous history. Passing ancient castles, picturesque villages and windswept beaches, the Causeway Coastal Route is considered to be one of Northern Ireland's most spectacular road trips – and a not-to-be-missed experience for visitors to the area. Mountsandel Fort is just out of town and one of the oldest archaeological sites in Ireland. Further afield, Dunluce Castle – a ruined medieval castle that sits dramatically on rugged cliffs, overlooking the ocean – is also fascinating to explore.
Approximately 16km from Coleraine, the iconic Giant's Causeway is another great destination for day-trippers, and the UNESCO World Heritage listed site includes several scenic walking trails. Nature-lovers will also enjoy a day-trip to beautiful Rathlin Island which can be reached by catching a ferry from nearby Ballycastle Marina.
What are the best events and festivals in Coleraine?
Regular events in and around Coleraine
Celebrating the area's rich agricultural heritage, the Northern Ireland Potato Festival is held annually near the Giant's Causeway and features great food, cookery demonstrations, exhibitions, talks, an artisan market, and loads of family entertainment. Other major annual events in the region include Airwaves Portrush, Heart of the Glen Festival, Red Sails Festival, and Rathline Sound Marine Festival. Holiday-makers who love the magic of country fairs should plan their visit to coincide with local events such as the Ballymoney Show, Ballymoney Spring Fair, and Old Lammas Fair – the latter which has been held for almost 400 years. On the second Saturday of each month, the Causeway Specialty Market takes place in the Coleraine town centre – the perfect place to acquire quality locally-produced food and craft.
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