Accommodation on Rathlin

Rathlin has a range of different accommodation options to suit every budget.
For rates, availability and bookings please contact the accommodation providers directly.

Arkell House B&B

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Arkell House B&B.

'The allure of the coast holds timeless appeal whatever the time of year and our collection of beach cottages on the stunning island of Rathlin remain firm favourites for families and couples alike.'

Phone: 028 2764 9127, 075 6587 1319

Coolnagrock B&B


Coolnagrock B&B.

'Situated on the east side of Rathlin Island. The B&B has uninterrupted views of Church Bay and the Mull of Kintyre in Scotland'.

Phone: 028 2076 3983, 077 1812 4662

Cosy Cottage Self Catering

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Cosy Cottage Self Catering

A traditional stone cottage, simple, comfortable and cosy accommodation. Heating and hot water are provided from an oil burning range. There is no electricity in the cottage making it the ideal location to get away from it all.

Phone: 078 5158 3831

Druim Apartments Self Catering


Druim Apartments Self Catering.

A newly arrived option for accommodation on Rathlin, Druim Apartments have been created over the last year or so by Una and Stewart who live nearby. The apartments are located in a recently converted barn situated approximately three miles from the harbour.

The Loft is a first floor one bedroomed apartment with an ensuite bathroom and a kitchen/living room space with a sofa bed. It is accessed from an exterior staircase.

The Cabin is a one bedroomed wheelchair accessable apartment with bedroom/living room area and ensuite wet room.

There is a two night minimum booking policy.

The Studio is an Art Workshop space that can be rented with the apartments.

Phone: 079 5600 5734

Kinramer Cottage Bunkhouse

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Kinramer Cottage Bunkhouse.

'A special place away from the crowd, welcoming small groups and individuals who appreciate somewhere different and distant'. Kinramer Cottage is now fully booked for summer 2018.

Phone: 028 2076 3969

Manor House Guest Inn

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Manor House Guest Inn.

Please note the Manor House is currently closed, and awaiting the imminent appointment of a new operator.

Recently restored and refurbished, The Manor House Rathlin Island is in the jaw-dropping location of Church Bay overlooking the harbour, with stunning panoramic views over the Atlantic Ocean.

Steeped in history, the listed Georgian Manor House built in the 18th Century, comprises eleven guest rooms, a licensed restaurant and an event space to accommodate forty guests.

The Manor House re-opened in early 2017, with the new Lighthouse Café and Island Restaurant also open for business. To reserve a table in the Island Restaurant, ring 028 2076 0046.

Phone: 028 2076 0046, 078 8689 3296

Rathlin Glamping Pods


Rathlin Glamping Pods

"The purpose built newly constructed glamping pods are the only pods available on the island providing guests from near and afar the opportunity to authentically experience the real outdoors with facilities and accommodation more luxurious than the traditional camping method."

A new development for accommodation on Rathlin, open for business since June 2018.

Phone: 077 1589 7773 / 077 0270 6882

Rathlin Island Hostel

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Rathlin Island Hostel

Rathlin Island Hostel is open year-round and is just a 10 minute walk from the harbour.

Phone: 075 6381 4378

Soerneog View Hostel


Soerneog View Hostel

Soerneog View Hostel is closed for the 2018 season for health reasons. The bicycle hire is now closed for the winter, and will reopen in April 2019.

'Overlooks Mill Bay with good views of grey and common seals. Soerneog, the Gaelic word for "kiln", is the name of an area within the bay.'

Phone: 028 2076 3954


Unfortunately there are currently no camping facilities on the island, and no camping is allowed along the seafront by the harbour. Therefore currently camping is only possible with the permission of the relevent land owners.

Please ensure that your visit is enjoyable for yourselves, other visitors and the island community by respecting Rathlin's environment - in particular by using the public toilets in the harbour, avoiding damage to stone walls, not lighting fires, and by properly disposing of all rubbish - ideally by bringing it back to the mainland, as the island's bins are often overloaded during the tourist season.

Leave no trace! Thank you.

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