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Guests at The Surfer’s House

People and (often their beloved dogs) from all walks of life and from all over the world stay at The Surfer's House Portrush.

Lots of our guests are families getting together for some time on the coast, wedding groups, walkers, surfers, photographers, swimmers. The house is well set up for people of all ages and interests.


Special Requests

If you have special requirements we will try our best to accommodate them for you. For example we regularly contribute to arrangements around birthdays, weddings and Christmas at The Surfer's House.

Celebrity Guests

Some of our guests and regulars are well known faces from around Ireland and the world including Hollywood A-listers and their family, international football players, Hollywood actors, film crew, a national beauty queen, models, pro surfers, champion athletes, famous photographers and many others. Privacy is of the utmost importance to us and we pride ourselves in maintaining the anonymity of our guests

Guiding Service Available

We provide a bespoke guiding service for guests who prefer to see the area with expert local knowledge to hand but for guests who prefer to explore by themselves we offer our Welcome Pack to help plan time here.


The house is located on the historic Medieval Bronze Age site of Corrstown. The site is one of the largest from that time and had a ringfort and numerous round houses with thatched roofs.  Today the only remaining part of the settlement is the meeting place which is close to the Surfer's House.


We are at the end of a quiet cul-de-sac. Other local residents are young families, holiday homes and guest houses. We have designed the house to accommodate those seeking privacy but proximity to all the local surroundings. The Surfer's House is a large three storey town house with distant views of the North Atlantic from the Master Suite.


We have the capacity to sleep 12 guests here but we limit it to 6 so that guests have space and comfort during their stay.

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