Lonely Planet names Belfast and the Causeway coast as the top region to visit in the world for 2018.
Crescent House is a perfect base for touring the Causeway coast and for golfers with Portstewart (Irish Open 2017), Royal Portrush (The Open 2019), Castlerock and Ballycastle just a short drive away.
The stunning ground floor apartment over looks the bay, harbour, promenade and Donegal coast. There is designated private parking and the town's shops, bars and restaurants are within a few minutes walk.
During the warmer months guests can use a charcoal barbecue and outdoor furniture - perfect for the front terrace when the sun sets across the bay.
Park the car up and walk just a few minutes to enjoy Portstewart's promenade, harbour, cliff walks and beach. There are a range of small shops, and cafes along the promenade as well as a children's play area just across the road.
There are an abundance of restaurants in the locality - Amici, Harry's Shack, and Shenanigan's are all a short walk away and there are 3 pubs just around the corner. Ten minutes by taxi will get you to the varied restaurants around Portrush harbour.
There are larger supermarkets on the outskirts of the town.
Golf - Portstewart - 5 minutes by car
Royal Portrush - 15 minutes by car
Beach - Surfing (hire equipment locally) and fishing
Walks - the cliff walk leads to the beach and ends where the River Bann meets the sea - a 6k return walk with a couple of coffee stops on route. Go the opposite direction and walk along the coastal footpath to Portrush - about a 10k return walk.
Sea Fishing - during summer months short tours are available from the town's harbour.
The north coast is easily explored from Portstewart.
Go west towards Castlerock, Museenden Temple, Downhill Strand and on to Derry, or divert over to Donegal via the car ferry at Magilligan point.
Go east to take in Portrush, Bushmills, the Giants Causeway, Rope Bridge, Ballintoy Harbour, Ballycastle and Rathlin Island.