Causeway Coast – Short Break – Single Based

Carrick-A-Rede Rope Bridge

This 4 Day / 3 Night tour allows you to hike the beautiful Causeway Coast from Portstewart to The Carrick-a-rede rope bridge in Ballintoy all from the fabulous  comfort of the 4 star Me&MrJones Hotel in Portstewart. 

Prefer a little longer on the North Coast of Northern Ireland why not Contact Us for a bespoke tour package or guided tour.

Prices / Dates

Price:  £799 per person sharing

Single Supplement: £470

Tour Dates: March – October 

Tour Grade: Easy to Moderate

Accommodation: 4 * Me&Mr Jones Hotel, Portstewart. 

Included / Excluded

Day 1 - Travel to Portstewart

Travel from Belfast by train to Portrush from where we will transfer you to your accommodation in Portstewart. 

If you prefer we can organise a private transfer from Belfast/Dublin or their airports - extra charges apply for a private transfer from Belfast or Dublin.

Day 2 - Portstewart to the Giant's Causeway

Starting at leisure from your hotel, you will start on the Causeway coastal route with your first stop being Portrush, then white strand beach to Dunluce Castle and onward to the Giant's Causeway. You will be picked up from the Nook restaurant beside the Causeway Visitor's Centre and transferred back to Portstewart - if you prefer this section can be done in reverse with a transfer in the morning to The Giant's Causeway visitor's Centre. 

Distance: 19 km / 12 miles, Ascent: 778 m / 2334 ft, Approximate walking time: 5 / 6 hrs

Day 3 -The Giant's Causeway to Ballintoy

Your day will start with a transfer to The Giant's Causeway Visitor's Centre and from here onwards to the Giant's Causeway itself and then a beautiful cliff side walk to Dunseverick Castle from where you will drop down to the coastline and follow the beaches and coves to Ballintoy Harbour and onwards to finish where you have an opportunity to cross the Carrick-a-Rede rope bridge (charges apply). Before finally entering Ballintoy for pick-up from the Fullerton Arms and return to Portstewart. 

In March and October due to the opening hours at the Rope Bridge crossing we will do this day in reverse. 

Distance: 17.6 km / 11 miles, Ascent: 977 m / 2931 ft, Approximate walking time: 5 / 6 hrs

Day 4 - Departure

After breakfast you can either depart early for onward travel from Portrush train station or relax for the morning and depart later in the day.

A few words from our customers...

I am a single woman traveller embarking on a self-guided hiking trip. While it's common for woman to embark on such adventures these days, it's my first time ever to be on a self-navigated hiking trip overseas. This is why I feel so grateful that I have the Footfalls as my backbone
We thoroughly enjoyed our weeks self-guided walking on the Connemara and Western Way. This emphasized for me that Footfalls are there with you along the way albeit in the background. The B&Bs chosen were excellent and taxi pick-ups were very efficient. Even though the Way is well sign-posted, Christopher had provided us with very comprehensive route notes. Overall a very well organized and enjoyable week. Thank you Christopher and Teresa.
Anne & Ita