Appartement de Andrew: 7 personnes, Portstewart

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Our holiday home is an extremely attractive 2 bedroom ground floor apartment in excellent decorative order throughout and offering some partial views of the Old Town Golf Course and Atlantic Ocean. Situated just off the coast road between Portstewart and Portrush, this property is on the doorstep of some of the North Coasts most famous attractions including award winning beaches, championship golf courses and a Good selection of Boutique shops, coffee shops and restaurants right on your doorstep. l Sea view.

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Portstewart is an upmarket tourist haven with a spectacular beach, a gorgeous harbour, promenade, championship golf courses, great restaurants, cafes, parks, icecream parlours and even outdoor swimming pools and a childrens pleasure beach. Portstewart has many places where you can relax and watch the world go by. It was a well loved Victorian seaside Port which has retained both its heritage and public appeal.There are plenty of great restaurants, takeaways and cafes nearby, as well as loads of attractions to see whilst you are in Portstewart. Peaceful Haven Seaside Town Portstewart is a beautiful Northern Irish Seaside Town with plenty to do for the whole family. This exquisite holiday destination attracts visitors who love to be on the Causeway Coast and are looking for a more peaceful haven, it has a relaxed atmosphere providing a pleasurable escape from life's hustle and bustle. Don't get me wrong there is still plenty to do in Portstewart for children and adults alike and in the summer months you'll be lucky to get a parking space anywhere close to the centre of town as the locals stream in to cruise up and down the Promenade! Family fun...down at the Crescent. Just off the Promenade, Portstewart Crescent has been newly refurbished, and has quite a bit of close-by parking. The fun outdoor play area has paddling pools, boating lake, karting, park, shop, cafe, bandstand, fountain with outdoor covered seating and viewing area. The fountain, the first of its kind in Europe, is comprised of 33 small water jets which are placed in 3 rows of 11. The water 'dances' to music creating a captivating music, water and light show. Entertainment and Dining in Portstewart There are many eateries in Portstewart. The famous 'Morelli's' on the Promenade serves award winning absolutely delicious ice cream in mouthwatering flavours, try a Knickerbocker Glory to be totally impressed!!! It is open everyday from 9am until 10pm with hot food served until 8pm. Morelli's is very popular with locals and visitors, it has been around since the early 1900's. Cromore Halt Inn is another local favourite. This friendly family run Inn, Restaurant and Bar offers delicious food seven days a week, with a vibrant atmosphere and great hospitality. The Anchor Complex leads the way in the Portstewart nightlife scene with the Anchor Bar, Anchor Bistro and Aura Nightclub, frequented by locals and tourists alike. You can dine in the restaurant at Shenanigans on the Promenade, enjoy a drink in the bar and a dance upstairs at Havana Night Club. The Flowerfield Arts Centre, which was the first ever Arts Centre in Northern Ireland, hosts great creative events and concerts. It has Art Enhibitions year round and offers a great range of courses for adults and children like jewellery making, dying, weaving, calligraphy plus lots more . The Victorian Mansion in which it's set was built in 1855, and has a colourful history. Open: 9am to 5pm, Monday to Friday, and 10am to 1pm, Saturday. Old O'Hara Castle Dominican College, formally O'Hara Castle built in 1834, provides an impressive backdrop from the Portstewart Promenade as you look out to the Atlantic Ocean. Watch the waves come crashing in over the black rocks. Walk the cliff path, which forms part of the Causeway Coast Way, from Dominican College to the Portstewart Strand and take it some of the world's most stunning coastal views. Take in the amazing vista of the beach, the barmouth, Lough Foyle, Donegal and Scotland in the distance. Portstewart Strand Portstewart Strand is a 2 mile long stretch of stunning Blue Flag Golden Sand Beach. (The Blue Flag is a certification given when a beach meets the highest standards for water quality, safety, environmental education and information.) It's Western boundary is at the barmouth of the River Bann, the Eastern boundary is the Portstewart Golf Club. This is a National Trust beach and one of Northern Ireland's most visited. It is inherently beautiful, with pristine water that is perfect for a swim, paddle board, surf or fish. Enjoy a stroll, jog, horse ride or a walk with your dog at Portstewart Strand. The sand dunes are simply amazing to wander through. You can bring your car right down unto the beach, which can enhance the experience, especially with kids. Hop in an out of the car, bring your gear without having to lug it around, set up your picnic supplies from out of your car boot and enjoy an covered siesta with a priceless view. You need to pay to bring your car onto the beach in high season, but it's worth it. If you are a National Trust member you get to go for free! There is a shop where you can buy beach related gear, ice cream, hot drinks and take in the views. From the Strand you can see the Mussenden Temple standing high and isolated on the conspicuous cliff. There are some lovely restaurants nearby which I recommend you check out. Below are some of my favourites, I hope you enjoy! • HARRY’S SHACK • Strand Road, Portstewart, 0044-28-7083-1783 • • RAMORE RESTAURANTS • The Harbour, Portrush, 0044-28-7082-4313 • Amici Ristorante Portstewart ( literally 100 yards away) (028) 7083 4444 Native Seafood, if you are a fish lover, this will be too if your list, fish tacos and monkfish burgers are amazing. This is at the children’s playground at the top of the Prom. Chippy POSH Chippy Take away MILK! Coffee • Guilt Trip Coffee + Donuts Portstewart • Jam Jar – prepare to queue. Inside secret; the cinnamon swirl batches are at 930 and 1230, you will need to be quick to snatch these up! Awaken- Prom. great spot for brunch , Bao Buns are epic! Lost and Found. Coffee with a view. Gorgeous coffee after a walk to Barfoot. • MINI MAEGDEN, BUSHMILLS – Grilled cheese toastie, followed by a Drayne’s ice cream! You’ll find Maegden here from March to October, usually around 11am to 5pm and closed on Tuesdays. Ice Cream – You cannot agree with a Morelli’s but a cheaper and just as tasty alternative • Roughans Gelato

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