“ The trouble with eating Italian food is that five or six days later you’re hungry again!” G.Miller. Nothing on earth can beat that delectable, fragrant aroma, when you first walk into an Italian restaurant, and the Amici Ristorante Portstewart, is one of the very best. With stunning sea views, Amici sits splendidly by the Old Golf Course in the Victorian seaside resort of Portstewart. This beautiful Northern Irish Seaside Town, makes an exquisite holiday retreat for exploring the Causeway Coast. For couples wishing to escape the crowds, the gorgeous seaside resort has a peaceful, chilled out vibe. So, what could be better after a day spent by the sea, than a wonderful Italian feast. Proudly using the proper artisan traditions, Amicis’ Neapolitan Pizza is utterly sublime. Serving consistently fabulous, freshly cooked food to extremely lucky diners, this is cuisine and service at its best.
Recent studies suggest that couples who travel together are much more likely to stay together, so treat that special someone to a wonderful stay at the Cranagh Complex. Situated on the banks of the Lower Bann,
Port 56 offers guests an indulgent escape that is truly extra special, combining a charming friendly atmosphere together with the WOW factor of luxury boutique B&B accommodation. Situated a mere breath away
You’ll certainly feel both the love and the kindness: when you stay at Carnalbanagh House, situated in Portstewart on the Causeway Coast of Northern Ireland. Welcoming guests to their gorgeous, Georgian-style Country guest house for over twenty-five years
My stay at Hilltop Holiday Park in Portrush was nothing short of exceptional. Nestled perfectly along the Causeway Coastal Route, this state-of-the-art holiday park is a testament to modern caravan holidays. I stayed in one of their rental caravans and I was pleasantly surprised by how