Seaview is a wonderful retreat, overlooking Castlerock Beach and offering a quaint base to discover Northern Ireland, there’s no better place for your family to enjoy at any time of year.
With a quirky reverse-level layout offering bedrooms on the ground floor and the social hub of the house on the first floor, you can ensure to get the best glimpses of the seafront while you’re indulging in your relaxing getaway with your loved ones.
Park up on the drive and enter through the ground floor to find three delightful bedrooms at your feet, consisting of a double, a bunk room and a single, all with ample storage space, you can begin to unpack for your adventures ahead as soon as you arrive before moving upstairs to explore even more excitement.
Boasting a thoughtfully-styled open-plan living space, the first floor offers everything you could need for your relaxing break.
Unwind on one of the stylish sofas, with the woodburning stove keeping you warm as you sip on a chilled beverage, this spot is perfect for achieving true tranquillity with the spectacular sea views making a captivating background.
With both a kitchen area and a utility, these two spots host all of the essentials for a week-long break, including the added bonuses of a coffee maker, dishwasher, washing machine and tumble dryer, your holiday at Seaview is sure to be a breeze.
Adjacent to the kitchen is the dining area, where you can dine in when you’re not exploring the delicious eateries of the local area, or double it up as a place to play board games for a quiet evening in.
The open-plan living space also benefits from a reading area, tucked away in a quiet corner in the room and looking out to sea, it’s a truly scenic spot to catch up on your reading.
To the front of the cottage you can find a lawned area where your canine companions can stretch their legs ready for a day of paddling and sun soaking, but be sure to grab your watersporting essentials with you and store them in the shed to the back of the dwelling.
Within walking distance, you can find a selection of shops, eateries, a golf course and an all-important beach, guaranteed to bring hours of fun to all of the family.
Also within walking distance, are the Downhill House ruins and forest, as well as Castlerock train station.
Explore the nearby National Trust of Downhill Demesne, home to the Mussenden Temple and beach, with a lovely wooded area, it makes for a brilliant day trip, or venture over to Hazlett House for its great food and fun children's activities especially at Christmas.
Take the train from Castlerock station and head to Coleraine or beyond in the East, or to Londonderry in the West, while enjoying the stunning coastal views on your journey.
In addition to being in easy reach of Coleraine, Ballymoney and Ballycastle, the famous natural & historical treasure that is the Giant's Causeway is but a mere 20 minute drive away.
Seaview is a truly spectacular property from which to base your exploration of this breathtaking part of Northern Ireland.