Hotel The Anchorage Inn Portstewart
Renovated in 2006, this family-owned hotel comprises 40 rooms, including 7 studios, spread over a main building and an annexe block, each with 2 floors. Guests have access to gardens and a terrace, while facilities within the air-conditioned hotel include a foyer, restaurant, car park, fresh water pool, laundry service, several pools (one of which is outdoors,) internet access, restaurants, room service and sun loungers.
Hotel Cromore Halt Portstewart
Cromore Halt Licensed Guest Inn is ideally situated to enable tourists to explore the splendour and serenity of the magnificent North Antrim Coast to play golf on top quality local courses or simply to enjoy the unspoilt beaches.Our family owned Guest Inn prides itself in our excellent staff who are always friendly attenitve and on hand to offer valuable local knowledge wherever required.Our bedrooms are of the highest standard and offer flat screen television free wi fi and all the necessary facilities for a comfortable and enjoyable stay.The Cromore restaurant serves lunch daily an an A La Carte menu in the evening. Our popular Bistro offers modern cuisine at affordable prices. Summer and winter opening times vary. Our bistro operates a non-booking system and is open daily from 5pm.
Hotel Rick'S Causeway Coastal Hostel Portstewart
This is a small cosy hostel in the pleasant sea-side town of Portstewart, and since the hostel is only 50 metres from the ocean many of the rooms have a sea view. there is a fully equipped self-catering kitchen, relaxed dining area and an extremely comfortable common room featuring an open fire and lots of books.The hostel is centrally heated throughout and has a variety of rooms, some 6 or 8 bed dorms, some family rooms and some double or twin rooms. A number of these are en-suite and for the other rooms there are showers with hot water available all day.Check in can be up to 22.00 at night but if you expect to arrive after 20.00 you should contact the hostel to let us know.The hostel has good bus connections with Belfast, Derry and all the sights of the Causeway Coast, so it is an excellant base for exploring The Giants Causeway, Dunluce Castle, The Old Bushmills Whisky Distillery, Carrick-a-rede rope bridge and The Mussenden Temple. For those with cars there is free on street parking immediatly in front of the hostel. Portstewart itself has a pleasant sea front witrh a variety of restraunts and cafes or fast food outlets and some great pubs, including 'The Anchor', voted the best pub in Co Londonderry 2007. There is a beatifull 3.5 kilometre sandy beach, owned by the National Trust, boat hire and fishing trips from the harbour, golf courses and nearby horseriding facilities. For the surfers there are a couple of surf shops to meet their needs and to provide local advice about surf conditions.