Seabank Hotel

An article in the Northern Whig dated 26th July 1932 describes Seabank Hotel as being “Right on the sea front in one of the best positions in Portrush ..”. With unobstructed views across the East bay to the East Strand, Skerries, White Rocks, Giant’s Causeway and, when clear weather permitted, The Mull of Kintyre, Islay and the Paps of Jura they were undoubtedly correct.

The hotel was situated at the southern end of Bath Terrace overlooking the Salmon Fisheries.