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Overlooking the Ballycastle harbour, The Marine Hotel offers adventurers a glimpse of both Northern Ireland's rugged coast and its leafy inland countryside alike. Nearby, the Pans Rocks area is popular with anglers, as well as the Devil's Churn, where stone carved steps lead to an underwater tunnel. Taking inspiration from North Antrim's beaches, the hotel's rooms are spacious and decked out with pastel colour schemes and crisp white linen. There are two restaurants on site; Marconi's Bar & Bistro and the Marine Restaurant. Both use locally sourced produce in varied menus, while a Sunday carvery is also available. The Giant's Causeway is around a 25-minute drive from the hotel. The UNESCO World Heritage Site features a visitor's centre, and an audio guide to the site is available, along with a guide to walks in the area.