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Bungalow / 5 bedrooms / sleeps 10
A modern chalet bungalow with panoramic sea views. Set in it's own 2 acres of grounds, Seascape Lodge sits above Whitepark Bay on Northern Ireland's beautiful Causeway Coast and is only 5 minutes walk to the beach. The property is located close to the Giants Causway world heritage site, Bushmills with its world famous whisky distillery and Royal Portrush Golf Club.
With 5 Bedrooms (4 with sea views), 3 bathrooms, lounge and sunroom both with sea views, the Lodge comes with all the facilities required for a fantastic stay on the Causeway coast. Whether you are visiting all the nearby places of interest, enjoying the outdoors (walking,cycling,surfing or golfing) or just relaxing on the property's decked patio/BBQ area overlooking the sea, Seascape Lodge has everything you need.
Enjoy watching the sun rise over Rathlin Island in the morning and setting over the Causway headland and Atlantic ocean all from the comfort of the deck and large front garden.
The 1st floor of the house has the master bedroom with king sized bed, a twin bedroom and a large bathroom with shower. The ground floor has a twin bedded bedroom and two double bedrooms. The two double bedrooms share an en-suite toilet/shower room and there is also a further large family bathroom with shower. The ground floor accommodation is completed by a lounge (with stove) connecting through to the sun room, (we have recently installed an additional new log stove in the sun-room to make that area extra snug in the winter months), a large modern kitchen with dining area and connecting utility/wet room with an additional toilet.
Please note that the minimum booking is generally for 3 nights, but 2 nights will be considered for families, outdoor pursuit enthusiasts and leisure breaks for more mature groups. We do not cater for what we would term "partying" weekends. 2 night breaks would attract a minimum rate of £500 depending on the season, please contact us for prices.
|Size||Sleeps up to 10, 5 bedrooms|
|Nearest beach||Whitepark Bay 500 m|
|Will consider||Corporate bookings, Long term lets (over 1 month)|
|Access||Car advised, Wheelchair users|
|Nearest Amenities||4 km|
|Family friendly||Great for children of all ages, Suitable for people with restricted mobility|
|Notes||No pets allowed, No smoking at this property|
Features and Facilities
|Luxuries||Log fire, Internet access, DVD player, Sea view|
|General||Central heating, TV, Video player, CD player, Pool or snooker table, Wi-Fi available|
|Standard||Kettle, Toaster, Iron, Hair dryer|
|Utilities||Clothes dryer, Dishwasher, Cooker, Microwave, Fridge, Freezer, Washing machine|
|Rooms||5 bedrooms, 3 bathrooms of which 2 Family bathrooms and 1 En suites|
|Furniture||King Beds (1), Double beds (2), Single beds (4), Cots (1), Dining seats for 10, Lounge seats for 11|
|Other||Linen provided, Towels provided, High chair|
|Outdoors||Balcony or terrace, Private garden, BBQ|
|Access||Wheelchair users, Secure parking|
About this location
The County Antrim region
The Causeway Coast is the location of the Giants Causeway World Heritage site.
Northern Ireland's Causeway Coast & Glens – an area whose breathtaking and rugged coastline merges into the romantic landscape of its deep silent glens and lush forest parks. The wonders don't stop there as the region has been made famous by the Causeway Coastal Route which is seen as 'One of the World's Great Road Journeys' and one of the most outstanding scenic touring drives in the world.
Fish and tackle supplies in Main Street. Fishing permits available here also. River Bush runs through Bushmills and fishing permits are needed to fish for a variety of fish and in particular the salmon which appear at the bridge or salmon leap. Fishing rods for children (approximate cost £ 10 ) have successfully caught fish from the sea off the rocks at Dunseverick and Balintoy Harbours.
The Giant's Causeway visitor's centre is just 4 miles away by road although the Causeway cliff top path runs between the Causeway and Dunseverick Castle. The coastal path runs west from Whitepark Beach (10min Walk from the lodge) to Portbradden Harbour, Dunseverick Castle and on to the Causeway or east to Ballintoy harbour (with a welcoming coffee shop) and on to the Carrick-a-rede rope bridge (National trust coffee shop). The coastal path runs for approximately 18 miles in total. with spectacular views of the coast, Rathlin Island, the Mull of Kintyre and the Scottish islands of Islay and Jura.
The Causeway Rambler bus runs hourly along a circular route from Bushmills to Carrick-a-rede throughout the summer permitting visitors with a hop-on, hop-off opportunity. The bus stops at the bottom of Moycraig Road.
The harbour provides the opportunity to while away a few hours watching small fishing boats bringing home the catch of the day or children dangling crab lines over the harbour wall. A small museum provides visitors with a chance to see interesting artefacts of by-gone days. If you are feeling a bit more active you could take a swim in the rock pool near the harbour or walk further along the coastal path which will lead you the 1.5 miles to Portbradden harbour - a small row of brightly coloured cottages and where the smallest Church in Ireland can be visited.
There are a number of excellent golf courses within easy travelling distance of the Lodge including the Royal Portrush Golf Course which is one of the best and most challenging links golf courses in the world. Also nearby is Portstewart Golf Club which has 45 holes over 3 courses, CastleRock G.C , Ballycastle G.C. and closer still is Bushfoot Golf Club or Grace Hill an American styled parklands course.
Horse riding is available at a number of venues nearby including the Island Equestrian Centre near Coleraine and MaddyBenny Stud.
Cycle along the local coastline and you will be rewarded by magnificent views of Rathlin Island, making short detours to explore quaint harbours and beautiful beaches and enjoy ancient ruins and dramatic cliff scenery.
You can obtain a guide to cycling in Northern Ireland from Belfast Welcome Centre 028 9024 6609 and a guide to cycling in the Borough of Coleraine from Coleraine Tourist Information Centre 028 7034 4723
Surfing is good and safest on Portrush's East or West Strands, both of which are patrolled by life guards in season. Equipment and lessons are avaialble from the surf shops in Portrush.
For more information visit the Northern Ireland Tourist Board site at www.discovernorthernireland.com or the Causeway Coast and Glens tourism site CausewayCoastandGlens.com
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20 Jan 2015
"I would visit here again, and again, and again."
If you are considering visiting the North Coast then you definitely want to position yourself here as it is far enough to feel you are out of the hub of Portrush and Portstewart. The elevated positi… More
12 Jan 2015
"Magical New Year stay with family in a luxurious house at a beautiful location"
Spent 6 nights with family over the New Year and cannot praise the accommodation highly enough! It had everything one would expect from 5* ..... and more! Family travelled from Spain, Edinburgh, Bel… More
20 Sep 2014
"Lovely well equipped comfortable home in beautiful surroundings"
We came to Seascape to celebrate my mother's 80th birthday and had a wonderful week. Nikki and Ian have thought of everything - the well designed house had everything we could wish for. The kitch… More
30 Jun 2014
"Perfect, well equipped, great views and close to all the key attractions of the north coast"
We stayed with extended family for a long weekend. The house is large, spacious and very well equipped with plenty of bedrooms and bathrooms. Great views of Rathlin island and Scotland from the house … More
2 Jan 2014
"Superb holiday rental with stunning views"
A group of eight friends - four couples - we rented this beautiful house for a weekend in December. It is in a wonderful elevated position, yet close to the beach and only a short drive away from loca… More
6 Aug 2013
"Fantastic house in beautiful setting"
We visited this house with our friends who have children and were all really impressed with the size, layout and quality of decor of the house. The views from the extensive gardens are breathtaking, w… More
Many thanks for the positive comments and the feedback concerning the absence of a large saucepan, which we have immediately rectified.
14 May 2013
"Accommodation was excellent"
Our family enjoyed a lovely weekend. It was a family get together to celebrate my husband's birthday. The accommodation was as described and suited us perfectly. With many bathrooms and loos there was no queue in the morning. The views were unrivaled. Attractions were not too far away and there were a variety of places to eat. I have already recommended this accommodation to several people. We are hoping to go back for a week long stay later in the year. The only negative comment was that we were not staying longer.
8 May 2013
"AMAZING ACCOMODATION, WONDERFUL LOCATION & VIEWS!!"
My family and I booked Seascape Lodge for a long weekend in April. We wanted total relaxation but also with the option of things to do and see and that's exactly what we got. We were met on arr… More