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    The Harbour Bar

    Name: The Harbour Bar
    Designer: O’Donnell O’Neill Design Associates
    Location: Portrush

    BPR Contract Furniture were recently commissioned to supply a host of furniture to the Ramore Restaurants Group as they underwent a three-phase renovation.

    Having completed the Tourist restaurant at the end of 2018, the next stage of the renovation was the Harbour Bar. One of the oldest original pubs remaining in Northern Ireland, BPR supplied all the fixed seating and stool tops to this unique venue.

    Situated just a few feet away from the actual harbor, the bar has a fantastic range of Malt Whiskeys and stores Guinness below the counter to ensure the perfect pint. Incredible attention to detail by O’Donnell O’Neill Design Associates has resulted in a rustic, maritime space, very much in keeping with the venues history and location.

    Beautiful Tudor paneling can be found on the bar front and walls, alongside striking naval imagery. Cast iron handrails at the stage area bears resemblance to rails on old ships, subtly adding to the feel of the venue.

    BPR Contract Furniture manufactured bespoke fitted seating, designed to blend in perfectly to the rustic surroundings. Our L-shape bench was created using reclaimed timber and upholstered in Yarwood leather.

    The straight traditional bench was again manufactured using reclaimed timber and upholstered in Yarwood leather. Bespoke stud detail has been used on the bench to keep in with this period theme.

    With its ideal location, comfortable seating and vast range of malt whiskeys, we highly recommend that you pay a visit for a great night’s craic.

     

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