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Portstewart. Sea Views. Central Location

Amazing sea views from both living rooms and two bedrooms. Overlooking Portstewart Old Course. Central Location within easy walking distance of Portstewart Promenade and local Restaurants.

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New refurbed 3 bedroom home in a central location

Welcome to @SeaLaViePortstewart ! A newly refurbished 3 bedroom home located a short 3 min walk from The Promenade. Here you will find restaurants, bars, shops and and the crescent play area. - Sleeps 6 people across the 3 bedrooms, two with beautiful sea views. (king, double and bunk bed) - Open plan living and kitchen/dining area - Close to all Causeway Coastal attractions - Street or rear parking - Fully enclosed gardens - All amentities included

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Seascape - Portstewart, NITB approved

A unique opportunity to rent this stunning 3 bedroom semi detached property located on what is undoubtedly one of the North Coast's most desirable sites. This spacious property offers spectacular panoramic views of the Atlantic Ocean, Donegal Headlands, and Portstewart Stand Beach. It is a 5 minute walk to the National Trust Portstewart Strand, Portstewart Golf club and the Michelin-rated beach front restaurant Harry's Shack. Royal Portrush golf club, host of the 2019 Open, is 5 miles away.

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Harry's Shack36 locals recommend
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Morelli's13 locals recommend
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Warke's Deli6 locals recommend
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Villa Portstewart3 locals recommend
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Amici Ristorante34 locals recommend
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The Anchor Bar11 locals recommend

Apartments in Portstewart

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Beautiful 3 bedroom apartment in Portstewart
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Shore, idyllic sea view bolt hole for adults.
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Shoreline - a one bed-roomed ADULT'S ONLY getaway
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The Boardwalk- Coastal Apt with Panoramic Views
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Luxury sea view apartment Portstewart
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Beautiful Waterfront Apartment in Portstewart
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Portstewart accommodation. Very central location!
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Luxury apartment with stunning ocean views.
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The Wild Dunes
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Beach Hut: Free parking and WiFi
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Cozy One Bedroom Self Catering Annexe Apartment
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Central Portstewart, family friendly, NITB approve

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Mill Grange House, 4 Bedroom Holiday Home
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Modern 3 Storey House close to Portstewart centre
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4 Bed Coastal Retreat, Portstewart, NITB approved
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Shoemakers Cottage: Stylish Seaside Destination
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Close to NW200 York corner, golf course and prom
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Sea view, Garden, Parking, 3 min walk to Promenade
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Portstewart Strand Holiday Home
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North Coast escape
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Portstewart holiday home on the Antrim coast
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Cosy 2 bedroom Coastal stay
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Central Portstewart Townhouse, Balcony & Seaview
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Home from home' Cosy 2 bedroom house' .

Houses with WiFi

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Seaford Strand House Portstewart
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Beautiful en-suite with breakfast. NITB Approved
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Beautiful modern room on the Coast, Portstewart
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Portstewart Promenade Holiday House SKY TV. NITB.
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Portstewart Holiday home with Golf nearby
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Stunning Ocean Views, Porstewart Harbour
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Atlantic Retreat - NITB approved, new, sleeps 6.
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Portstewart 3 bed house near the beach + promenade
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Bright & Modern Home in Portstewart
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Sandy Feet Retreat, Portstewart, Max 3 Adults
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Enjoy beautiful Portstewart & the Giant's Causeway
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Renovated Bright North Coast Home

Your guide to Portstewart

Welcome to Portstewart

This seaside town on the Causeway Coast of Northern Ireland has everything you’d expect of an upmarket Victorian resort — the pretty harbour, the promenade, the bandstand, and a 125-year-old golf club with three links courses. Its biggest draw, however, has always been the two-mile length of Portstewart Strand, a sweeping sandy beach backed by duneland. At its western end is the Barmouth, where the River Bann meets the sea, overlooked by the domed top of the Mussenden Temple, high on the cliffs above. To the east sits the town, with its smart cafes, bars, and delis, not to mention a very popular ice cream parlour, its headland dominated by the white 19th-century facades of Dominican College, which was once O’Hara Castle.

Further retreat into nature can be found at the Barmouth Wildlife Reserve on the western bank of the Bann Estuary, a wetland habitat for waterfowl and waders. The town also marks the starting point of the Causeway Coast Way, a 33-mile walking route that takes in one of Northern Ireland’s dramatic natural attractions, the Giant’s Causeway.


How do I get around Portstewart?

The nearest airport is the regional City of Derry (LDY), which operates flights from various UK destinations. The airport is 26 miles from Portstewart, roughly a 45-minute drive to your accommodation. But Belfast International Airport (BFS), which has international flights as well as serving many UK cities, is only a 60-minute drive. Public transport options are not straightforward; there’s a train from Antrim to Coleraine, and you’ll need to make the rest of the way by bus or taxi. You won’t need a car once you’re in the tiny town of Portstewart, and there are local buses to Portrush, Coleraine, and the Giant’s Causeway, but a car can be very useful for exploring the coast further.


When is the best time to stay in a vacation rental in Portstewart?

Portstewart is a special place in summer, when the sun is out and the dunes are alive with flowers, bees, and colourful butterflies. The temperatures never get unpleasantly hot, and in July the town hosts its week-long Red Sails Festival, a community-led tradition that combines music and family entertainment and ends in a climactic fireworks display. In May, Portstewart gets busy with biking enthusiasts who come to watch the North West 200, one of the world’s fastest motorcycle road races and Ireland’s largest outdoor sporting event. The marine mammals that frequent this coast, from whales and dolphins to grey seals, mean that whatever the weather, there’s always something special to see. Autumn is a particularly busy time for the migratory birds in the Bann Estuary.


What are the top things to do in Portstewart?

Herring Pond

This deep-water sea pool sits among the rocks at the bottom of the cliffs beneath Kinora Terrace. Herring Pond has been used for open water bathing since the Victorians first started coming here, and is a popular attraction with locals and visitors alike. If you come here on St Patrick’s Day, you can even take part in its special Duck Dive fundraiser.

Downhill Demesne

The Mussenden Temple that can be seen from Portstewart Strand is just one of the architectural follies to be found on this 18th-century estate. The grounds surrounding the ruins of this mansion offer tantalising glimpses of its former glory, including a bog garden and the Black Glen arboretum.

Flowerfield Arts Centre

This vibrant cultural hub, which hosts year-round exhibitions and artistic residences and stages workshops and musical performances, was the first arts centre to open in Northern Ireland. It’s housed in an elegant Victorian mansion and is a family-friendly environment, with plenty of activities and courses designed for children.