You are viewing a holiday cottage to rent in Portstewart, Antrim Coast, County Derry. It is a Detached House.
Situated half mile from the centre of Portstewart, 6 miles from Coleraine and less than an hours' drive from the City of Derry. This spacious home is comfortably furnished and offers free Wi-Fi for guests use. Abandon the car and walk to the seaside town with its variety of shops restaurants, icecream parlours and chip shops, sandy beach and wonderful coastline prom. There is lots to do locally from golfing to fishing, cycle paths to other towns and scenic drives to explore the Giants Causeway and Carrick a rede rope bridge. A week is just not long enough.
Shop. Pub. Restaurant 880 yards. Beach 1 mile.
GF: lounge/kitchen/diner, 2nd lounge. FF: 3 doubles 1 with ensuite shower room, bathroom with separate shower.
Electricity and oil central heating included, linen and towels included, cot, high chair, TV, dvd player, fridge/freezer, microwave, dishwasher, w/machine, games console, internet access, welcome pack, fully enclosed garden, garden furniture, private off road parking. One pet welcome.
~ This property is just a10 minutes walk from the promenade and less than 5 minutes drive to the beautiful beach!
Portstewart is a small town with a variety of shops, pubs and restaurants to enjoy. There are three pharmacies and a number of ATM's.
Coleraine is a large town with a wide range of shops, pubs and restaurants. There is a train station here offering transport to Derry and Belfast.
~ Portstewart Golf Club is three links golf course, renowned for hosting the British Open in 2017. They're open to visitors year round and green fees can be found online.
~ Aquaholics Dive Centre and Sea Safaris is located in Portstewart. They offer a wide range of scuba diving courses in Northern Ireland and are fully accredited to help you certif in diving. Their boat trips run from Portstewart and Ballycastle and cover the whole of the North Coast - experience the Giant's Causeway, Rathlin Island, Malin Head and the Scottish Isles.
~ The Giant's Causeway, 10 miles away, is Northern Ireland's most famous landmark and has been an official Unesco World Heritage Site since 1986. Formed between 50 and 60 million years ago, the 'causeway' takes its name from the legends of Finn MacCool and draws people from far and wide to this corner of north Antrim