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“Your North Coast Home”

The Oregon resides in the sedate tourist town of Portstewart along the famous North Coast of Ireland.

Guests can expect a home-from-home atmosphere at The Oregon characterised by a personal service from Patrick and Deirdre McCann – focused on the enjoyment of your stay.

We’re recommended on TripAdvisor

Inside our beautiful home

Double Room

(2 Adults)

From: £75.00 – £125.00

Homely rooms providing a comfortable stay during your time visiting the North Coast.

Comes with all essentials for your stay and we will try to accommodate any requests – just contact us!

Twin Room

(2 Adults)

From: £80.00 – £130.00

Spacious twin rooms providing a comfortable dwelling for visitors to the North Coast of Ireland.

A fantastic breakfast is just about the only thing that will wake you from the crisp sheets in the morning!

Family Room

(2 Adults 2 Children)

From: £95.00 – £150.00

Spacious family room sleeping two adults and two children (max). Attached cubbie available for the kids with every amenity available for a comfortable stay.

Cots available with advanced notice!

Double Room Single Occupancy

(1 Adult)

From: £55.00 – £75.00

Homely rooms providing a comfortable stay during your time visiting the North Coast.

Comes with all expected essentials for your stay but we will try to accommodate any requests – just contact us!

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Oregon Guest House
168 Station Road
Portstewart
BT55 7PU

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