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Located in Portstewart, 1.3 miles from Portstewart Strand, Me & Mrs Jones has a bar and rooms with free WiFi access. We were given a free upgrade to the nicest room in the place. Location is awesome with 2 free parking lots across the street. It’s a very unique design. Very modern European design, and at times a little quirky, retrofitted into an old building. The breakfast was outstanding and staff were very friendly.
The Cromore Halt is located in Portstewart and is less than 2 miles from a sandy beach. It offers rooms with free Wi-Fi, a restaurant and bistro and free parking. The accomodation is e excellent and staff are great
Located in Portstewart, The Oregon has accommodations within 1.9 miles of Portstewart Strand. Free WiFi is offered. There's a fully equipped private bathroom with shower and a hair dryer. Very welcoming and friendly landlady, good location
Red Sails Bed and Breakfast is located in the small seaside resort town of Portstewart, in County Londonderry. Angela has an amazing place in Portstewart and we loved every second of our visit! I cannot recommend this place enough. Even before we arrived, she made the visit helpful and personal. Not only is the place very nice and in a great, walkable location to the main promenade, Angela herself is an amazing host and chef. One of her friends even helped us map a run (including incredible details of sights to see along the way) and took the time to drive us to the start point so we could run back. You will not find better hosts.
This family-run guest house is located in Portstewart, 2 minutes’ walk from the seafront and promenade. Guests can enjoy picturesque coastal walks, restaurants and bars in the nearby town center. The place was so clean, friendly staff, plenty of tea and coffee. We were greeted with a pot of tea and scones. The guest kitchen even had unlimited bottled water, plenty of biscuits and unlimited tea and coffee with real, fresh milk. Even, the complimentary toiletries had make up pads. Extensive breakfast menu with fresh, organic produce. Beautiful, robe in closet, also. This was as good as a 5 star hotel.
Located on the scenic Portstewart seafront, the luxury boutique Saltwater House Bed and Breakfast features fantastic views over the Atlantic Ocean. Beautiful location and design of the B&B
Offering a garden and sea view, Roselick lodge is located in Portrush, 5 miles from Dunluce Castle and 2.7 miles from Waterworld. It features a terrace, garden views and free WiFi.
Just yards from the rugged cliffs of Portrush, Inn on the Coast has magnificent views towards Ramore Head. Staff very friendly and helpful. Room was big and very clean.
Located 6 miles from Mountsandel Fort, Maddybenny Mews Ltd offers free WiFi and units equipped with a kitchen, seating area and TV. Small gesture of tea coffee biscuits toilet rolls etc.all there. Beautiful setting allowing kids to walk round farm and play area. Convenient to town. All utensils on hand including barbecues and freezers etc.
Hacienda at Mathers Cottage is located in Coleraine, 5 miles from Mountsandel Fort, and has a patio, garden, and free WiFi. Guests staying at this vacation home can use the fully equipped kitchen. The owner was really helpful with directions
Close to the causeway and bushmills. Very nice rural scenery. Not much traffic. Good home base for exploring areas nearby The bushmill Inn is really cool. We ate at their pub. Food was good- a little fancy and a little pricey but our teens found something to eat. The Carmel dessert is amazing! Worth eating at just to see the Inn. Book tours for Bushmills distillery in advance. Go to Causeway in the evening after 6 to see it with fewer crowds and not be rushed.
Portstewart is understated, when you say your going to the north west everyone thinks Portrush, I will forever now be saying Portstewart, it's clean, tidy, great wee shops and a great location for sightseeing, you have Giants Causeway, Carrick-A-Rede rope bridge, Bushmills, plus lots lots more very close.
Beautiful and friendly community. Great beach and cliff walks, golf clubs, restaurants, shops etc. Easy to walk around, but also great local transportation. Easy access to Antrium Coastal route attractions, Carrick-A-Rede, Giant's Causeway etc.
The locals are very friendly. I love the walk up the cliff by the school along to the golf course and discovered a new little restaurant along the walk called 'The Paper Fig' which served home cooking , with locally sourced ingredients. Food served in the Anchor was really good too.
Portstewart was great, especially if you are a golfer. There are many good courses to play within a short driving distance. Portrush Golf Course is worth every penny. Beautiful! This area has a lot of good restaurants, walks, shops. It was a fun visit.
Best eating places in Port Stewart are Harry's Shack right on the beach at Port Stewart Strand = fresh fish, but gets busy so you do need to book as very popular; Also Amici's =mostly Italian food/pasta etc but does fish too i.e. mussels. It is less noisy than Portrush, several good ice-cream shops and gift emporiums to satisfy the tourists. However the beaches are very good = clean,with guards ideal for families with young children. Port Stewart Strand and White Rocks Beach are the best we found. There is so much to see and do along the coast. If you are a fan of Game of Thrones it is a haven for places used in the series and you can either do your own tour or take a coach tour to see the sights. i.e. The Dark Hedges at Armoy which is the Kings road; the harbour at Ballintoy; the Cushendun caves etc. National Trust places like the Giants Causeway and the Carrick-a-rede rope bridge are a must in that area too. Oh and one of six wooden 'G of T' doors can be found at The Fullerton Arms. All of these are within a short drive from Port Stewart so it makes for a good base. If you are into sports there is golf, biking, kayaking and horse trekking too. Something for everyone. So much to see and do & not enough time!!!!!
9.8 Exceptional 112 reviews
Angela has an amazing place in Portstewart and we loved every second of our visit! I cannot recommend this place enough. Even before we arrived, she made the visit helpful and personal. Not only is the place very nice and in a great, walkable location to the main promenade, Angela herself is an amazing host and chef. One of her friends even helped us map a run (including incredible details of sights to see along the way) and took the time to drive us to the start point so we could run back. You will not find better hosts.
8.3 Very Good 271 reviews
Rick was such a lovely host. He gave us freedom of the reception area, provided tea/coffee throughout the stay & let us stay later the next morning. As there was a group of 12 arriving he let us wait til everyone arrived before sorting payments but still let us into the rooms. One upgraded his room last minute too with no trouble! Nicest guy ever & we're planning on using the hostel again next time! Highly recommended!
9.3 Awesome 12 reviews
We had a fantastic holiday. This was our first family holiday with our baby. It was the perfect place to stay. The house was clean and a great size, lots of space for all the things we needed to bring. Super location, just a short walk into portstewart. Also had a fantastic weeks weather. We Would definitely stay again.
9.8 Exceptional 267 reviews
Breakfast was fantastic, best we've had in Ireland - including hotels. Property was spotless and only ten mins walk to the beach and town. Little cookies with the Nespresso machine were welcome touches.
9.2 Awesome 679 reviews
Majella our host was excellent, we got wine & strawberries on arrival, she made us feel really welcome. She even went as far as dropping us into the town for food. I highly recommend the place to stay.
8.8 Excellent 536 reviews
Fantastic place to stay, very good location, staff brilliant & food was gorgeous & to top it all our football team Greenisland won the Supercup NI so a very good week spent in Portstewart 🏆
9.7 Exceptional 189 reviews
The hosts were generous with their time, humor, and kindness. We were sad to leave but knew just what to see next due to our host. Love our stay in Portstewart at the Cul-Erg.
9.0 Awesome 472 reviews
Very different from beige corporate hotels, maybe too many mirrors Not sure what demographic the art work was aiming for, but of a mixed message
8.9 Excellent 375 reviews
The room was modern and extremely clean. The tv was large with a comfortable seating area. The inn was very well situated.
9.5 Exceptional 21 reviews
Beautiful new build home, all modern style which we prefer Good location for Portstewart and on into Portrush
9.1 Awesome 50 reviews
Nice little cottage, centrally located on Northern Ireland's North Coast, near village center, grocery etc.
8.3 Very Good 734 reviews
Very nice and clean hotel. Very quiet place to stay, which is perfect after long day
9.1 Awesome 532 reviews
9.9 Exceptional 18 reviews
We loved the location - fairly quiet road, views of the sea and easy access to the shore. The property is very well appointed, spotless, stylishly furnished, extremely well equipped to a high standard. Beds comfortable and surroundings very relaxing. The owner has clearly given this property a great of thought and attention to detail. We were delighted with our short holiday rental.
9.7 Exceptional 72 reviews
The hosts were a lovely couple, friendly and welcoming ! Room was excellent and the breakfast was really good.
9.5 Exceptional 49 reviews
We were made very welcome by the host. The house was very warm and comfortable. We had a great stay.
9.6 Exceptional 7 reviews
Bedroom linen was particular soft and whole house decorated lovely.