A charming detached bungalow in the town of Portstewart in Northern Ireland.
Situated in a thriving town, families would find this the perfect stay for exploring what Northern Ireland has to offer.
Just out of the centre, Strand Hill immediately presents a large kitchen diner, very well-appointed with a table, chairs and breakfast bar.
The sitting room is sizeable and boasts a very warming feel with lots of comfortable seating and a magnificent open fire to keep you warm whilst watching the TV.
The bedrooms are considerable in size with ample storage and delightful linen, there is a single room with a fantastic skylight, giving the cottage some character.
There is a crisp, white family bathroom and a toilet room to complete the interior of Strand Mill.
On the sunny days, there is no better way to make the most of the warmth than sitting in the large back garden, it is child and pet friendly with furniture and a BBQ area.
Should you want to explore the nearby coast paths on your bike, there is plenty of storage space in the garage.
Portstewart is one of the most bustling towns in Northern Ireland, it has a great range of pubs and restaurants as well as a stunning harbour and a National Trust, Blue Flag beach, popular with surfers.
Nearby there is the town of Portrush, also rather lively with a busy nightlife and also some incredible sights.Strand Hill is a splendid bungalow in a beautiful location with so much going on.
About the location
PORTSTEWART, COUNTY LONDONDERRY
Portrush 4.6 miles; Giant's Causeway 13.7 miles; Ballymena 31.5 miles
A stunning seaside town on the Causeway Coast in Northern Ireland. Portstewart was once popular as a fishing village, now it boasts an incredible Blue Flag beach stretching for 2 miles, it's very popular with the surfers. There is a stunning harbour with a range of beach cafés and restaurants there for you to enjoy at your leisure. Portstewart is known for having a good night life and also has a good choice of pubs and shops for you to choose from. It provides a coastal path leading to the world-famous Giant's Causeway, there is also a well-respected golf course next to the sea. The neighbouring town, Portrush is rather similar with stunning scenery, a vast array of things to do and a thriving nightlife, however it is still certainly worth the visit. Londonderry is within driving distance and is a must-visit whilst in Northern Ireland, it boasts beautiful buildings along with some incredible history and things to do.