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B and Bs in Portstewart

Strand Guest House
105 Strand Road
Portstewart
County Londonderry

BT55 7LZ
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Strand House is an award winning luxurious family run bed and breakfast on the Causeway Coast with ample parking in its own well maintained grounds. Portstewart is a superb gateway to the North Antrim Coast making Strand Guest House an excellent choice for Causeway Coast accommodation. In our Luxury bed & Breakfast the emphasis is on relaxation, comfort and enjoyment. Our spacious rooms and facilities allow guests to do just that. Family seaside resort Portstewart is a superb gateway to the dramatic, diverse landscape of the Causeway Coast. Travel west along the Atlantic Coast for a panorama of amazing sights, entertainment and activities. Whether you are old, young or a family there will always be something to do at our Causeway Coast accommodation or you can just sit back and relax in the comfortable surrounding of Strand House. Activities on offer at Strand House include Bridge tuition and guided walks for small or large groups and Portstewart boasts five Bridge clubs and welcomes visitors. The National Trust owned beach is over 2 miles long and is just 5 minutes walk from Strand House. The beach is popular with water sport enthusiasts and extends to the Barmouth nature reserve. Boat /Fishing trips can be organised at the local harbour. Independently assessed and recommended by in the Georgina Cambell Ireland Guide 2009.

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