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Brown Trout Golf & Country Inn
Aghadowey
Coleraine
County Londonderry

BT51 4AD

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The perfect base to enjoy golf on the North Coast of Ireland, this charming country inn is located within easy reach of Royal Portrush, Portstewart and Castlerock Golf Courses. During your stay you can enjoy the countless natural attractions found nearby, including: the Giant's Causeway; the Glens of Antrim; the Antrim Coast Road; and the mighty sea cliffs at Binevenagh. Derry City and Limavady are only half an hour to the west and Coleraine, Portrush, Portstewart and Ballycastle the same distance to the east.

Owned and managed by the O'Hara family for 4 generations, the Brown Trout Golf and Country Inn has comfortable, friendly accommodation in one of the most beautiful parts of Ireland. Their mission is to create lifetime customers through excellent service. At The Brown Trout Inn you can keep fit in the new gym, enjoy fishing, go horse riding or play golf on the innís private 9-hole golf course. The gym is fully equipped and the golf course crosses water 7 times, but youíre never far from help and encouragement from bar manager of 39 years, Gerry McIlwaine.

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