Modern 3 bed semi detached house in a quiet cul de sac close to all local amenities and within walking distance of promenade and famous strand beach.
Upstairs: 2 doubles, one with ensuite, 1 room with bunk beds - only suitable for children. Travel cot, high chair and stair gate available at no extra charge. Space for cot in any of the 3 bedrooms. Family bathroom with shower over bath.
Downstairs: Lounge contains 3 seater, 2 seater and chair for 6. Open plan to kitchen with dining table with seating for 6 . Fully equipped kitchen with range type electric oven and washing machine. Dining area opens with patio doors onto paved area. Outdoor table and chairs and enclosed garden.
Heating: Ofch, gas fire in lounge.
Linen and towels included. 1 per single bed, 2 per double bed.
Plenty of space to park a minimum of 2 cars in driveway.
Recent Guest Comments:
"Thank you so much for everything. The house was lovely and so cosy. Would definitely come again!" - March 2014
"Thank you so much for both a lovely stay and for allowing us to arrive a little earlier on the Saturday. We loved the house and the location was fab. I want to thank you for being so kind and helpful. I think we will be back. We have no complaints. Great value for money." - April 2014
" Thank you so much! We had a great stay. The house is beautiful. Hope to come again soon :-D " -April 2014
|Size||Sleeps up to 4, 3 bedrooms|
|Nearest beach||Award winning Portstewart Strand 1 km|
|Nearest Amenities||1 km|
|Nearest travel links||Nearest airport: Belfast International airport - (48 miles) 1hour 1, Nearest railway: Coleraine - (5 miles) 10 minutes|
|Family friendly||Great for children of all ages|
|Notes||No pets allowed, No smoking at this property|
|General||Central heating, TV|
|Standard||Kettle, Toaster, Iron, Hair dryer|
|Utilities||Cooker, Fridge, Freezer, Washing machine|
|Rooms||3 bedrooms, 2 bathrooms of which 1 Family bathrooms and 1 En suites|
|Furniture||Single beds (2), Double beds (2), Cots (1), Dining seats for 6, Lounge seats for 6|
Portstewart is a key town within the famous North Coast area of Northern Ireland. The North Coast is well known for its dramatic scenery, history and culture that it is a must do on your list of travels.
Places to go:
Blue Flag Portstewart Strand - 2 miles of sandy beach
Flowerfield Arts centre - within walking distance
Riverside Theatre, Coleraine
Jet Centre, Coleraine
Barrys Amusements, Portrush
Derry City of culture
Giants Causeway, Portballintrae, Ballintoy, Dunluce Castle, Dunseverick , Rathlin Island
National Trust Properties - Carrick - a rede Rope Bridge; Giant's Causeway; Haslett House, Mussendun Temple
Rich in History
There is an abundance of history and heritage to be found in the area. Both Mussenden Temple, an 18th century folly and the ruins of Dunluce Castle can be found on the edge of dramatic clifftops giving reminders of ancient times. The town of Coleraine itself is full of history and Ireland's oldest settlement at Mountsandel provides an insight into man's early life.
The Great Outdoors
The area offers everything for a superb leisure break on the North Coast - from water-skiing to horse riding, from parachuting to surfing. Cyclists and walkers can take advantage of the area's magnificent beaches, dramatic cliff lines, sheltered woodland and beautiful scenery. A whole variety of routes are available for all types and abilities. Golfers can perfect their game on any of the three championship links and numerous other courses in the area while anglers can enjoy the excellent trout and salmon fishing which can only be described as some of the best in Europe.
A Splash of Culture
The North Coast stages many festivals and events each year, including the North West 200 motorcycle races, a range of golf tournaments and Portstewart Red Sails Festival. Why not plan your trip to coincide with one of the many events and festivals that interest you.
For an evening of drama, music or comedy, visit the Riverside Theatre in Coleraine while, for those of you who love arts and crafts, you'll discover examples of modern and traditional paintings, ceramics and sculptures by various Irish artists.
Add a splash of culture to your holiday with a trip to Flowerfield Arts Centre, home to music recitals, exhibitions and craft displays, as well as playing host to the annual Arts Festival.
Good Food, Good Times
For great food, whether it be gourmet, exotic or traditional, the North Coast caters for every taste. A wide variety of high quality, fresh local produce is incorporated into the menus providing one of the many memorable experiences you will encounter during your stay in the area.
The area's many pubs provide the opportunity to relax and enjoy good humour and chat. A number of the pubs offer traditional and contemporary music or, if dancing is more your thing, try out one of the various nightclubs.
With its vibrant nightlife, good food and accommodation, wide range of activities and things to do and see – the North Coast makes an ideal destination for a relaxed and memorable short break.