|The accommodation includes a large open plan living, dining, kitchen area, master double bedroom with en-suite, second bedroom with bunk bed (single top, double bottom) and family bathroom. Features include corner leather sofa in lounge area with pull out extension to form additional sleeping, gas central heating, linen and towels, hairdryer, iron and board, flame effect fire, travel cot & high chair (made available on request), digital lcd tv in lounge, wireless broadband, dvd player, CD, microwave oven, dishwasher, all essential kitchen utensils and crockery, washer/dryer. The open plan living space boasts a modest balcony with views out to sea, West Strand beach and Portrush harbour. Located within privately managed grounds, safe and secure with off road parking. This second floor apartment is accessed via. Privately shared staircase and lift. This is ideal accommodation for 5 but sleeps up to 7 max. West Strand beach is just 75 yards away, easy walking distance to the town centre, harbour restaurant and bars. Ideally located to discover the North Coast by car or train.
Local calendar events start off with the Northwest 200 motorbike race taking place during May. The apartment is ideally located for viewing; just a stones throw away from the Ballyreagh coast road which forms part of the race track. Towards the end of May is the Portrush raft race a great family day of fun with lots of land based entertainment taking place around West Strand beach and Portrush harbour. Visit the Ford fair in June giving you the opportunity to view a range of Ford vehicles spanning years of Ford production. To see the football stars of the future at the end of July is the Northern Ireland Milk cup. In August you can see a vehicle cavalade of minis for the Mini rally another family fun day. A spectacle not to be missed during September with the best vantage point around the West bay area of Portrush is the NI International airshow.
Discover the North Coast
Portrush is the most popular seaside resort in Northern Ireland. Located in County Antrim it is built on a peninsula pointing north-northwest. The apartment is ideally situated and falls within the causeway coast waymarked route. On the doorstep you’ll find the Port path. Enjoy a 3 mile coastal walk from Portrush to Portstewart. Within close proximity is the circular coastal walk around Portrush peninsula. For site seeing beyond Portrush visit the Giants Causeway a world heritage site renowned for its polygonal columns of layered basalt. Just 2 miles from the Giants Causeway is the Old Bushmills Distillery where you’ll find a visitor centre to observe the craft and skills of making Irish whiskey. You can experience a walk across the Carrick-a-rede rope bridge in Ballintoy along the Causeway coast. Take the coastal road out of Portrush heading for Bushmills and visit Dunluce castle sited dramatically close to the edge of the headland.
Portrush offers many activites especially for the keen golfers, but also walking, fishing, cycling, horseriding and watersports nearby. Local and specific information is provided, leaflets on restaraunts, Local take away food, places to see, car hire information, train timetable, local taxi numbers and someone will be available on arrival to give you any information required and advice.
The North coast offers a golfers paradise within the locality there is The Royal Portrush Golf Club, 18 hole champion links course, Ballyreagh 9 hole pitch & putt Par 27 and 18 hole crazy golf course. Portstewart Golf club offers 3 18 hole golf courses.
There are a host of activities for children including an outside play area at the Arcadia, East Strand, Waterworld an indoor water attraction, The Dunluce family entertainment centre. The most convenient beach is the West strand just 75 yards away, then there’s the East Strand, White rocks and Portstewart Strand to choose from within the locality.