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Oceanview Apartment Castlerock

Oceanview

Official Contact Details - Oceanview

Phone: 00 44 (0)28 94433873

This duplex seafront apartment has sea views of Portstewart and County Donegal. The accommodation consists of a large entrance hall leading to a fully equipped kitchen and dining area, with seating for six. The master bedroom is also on the ground floor

  • Price from 45 GBP / Day / Per unit
  • Capacity up to 5 people
  • 2 bedrooms & 2 bathrooms
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Last updated: 12/27/2011

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Overview

The County Derry region
County Londonderry or County Derry (Irish: Contae Dhoire) is one of the six counties of Northern Ireland in the province of Ulster in Ireland. It was named after its main town – and later city and administrative centre – Derry (Londonderry), which lies in the north-western corner of the county.

The highest point in the county is the summit of Sawel Mountain (678m) on the border with County Tyrone. Sawel is part of the Sperrin Mountains, which dominate the southern part of the county. To the east and west, the land falls into the valleys of the Bann and Foyle rivers respectively; the north of the county is distinguished by the steep cliffs, dune systems and remarkable beaches of the Atlantic coast.

The county is home to a number of important buildings and landscapes: these include the excellently preserved seventeenth-century city walls of Derry; the fine National Trust Plantation house and estate at Springhill; the Mussenden Temple with its spectacular views of the Atlantic; the dykes, artificial coastlines and internationally important bird sanctuaries on the eastern shore of Lough Foyle; and the visitor centre at Bellaghy Bawn, close to the childhood home of Nobel laureate Seamus Heaney.

Castlerock area
The actor James Nesbitt lived in Castlerock when a teenager.

The village was also the holiday destination for the famous author C. S. Lewis. Born in Belfast, he holidayed in Castlerock as a child and took inspiration from Downhill House for some of his books including The Lion, the Witch and the Wardrobe.

Local historical interest is concentrated on the 18th century Bishop of Derry's ruined palace, cliff-top Mussenden Temple and Black Glen set within the Downhill Estate, now owned by the National Trust. The palace and estate were created by Harvey Bruce Earl of Bristol and the Bishop of Derry in the 1780s. The Mussenden Temple, with its precarious perch on the basalt cliff edge is one of the most photographed scenes in Ireland.

The 17th century Hezlett House is a thatched cottage with a cruck structure and is situated at the crossroads near the village. Built in around 1691 (Eccles 1996, p 184) it was originally a rectory or farmhouse.

Also at the crossroads is an ancient tree reputed to be where the infamous highway man Cushy Glen was hung.

Prices & deals

Lowest Daily Price:
45 GBP
Highest Daily Price:
60 GBP
Lowest Weekly Price:
250 GBP
Highest Weekly Price:
440 GBP
Cleaning fee:
N/A
Charging Method:
Per unit
Payment Types:
  • No Cash
  • No Credit Card
  • No Cheque
  • No Travellers cheque
  • No Paypal
  • No Wire Transfer

Location & area

The County Derry region

County Londonderry or County Derry (Irish: Contae Dhoire) is one of the six counties of Northern Ireland in the province of Ulster in Ireland. It was named after its main town – and later city and administrative centre – Derry (Londonderry), which lies in the north-western corner of the county.



The highest point in the county is the summit of Sawel Mountain (678m) on the border with County Tyrone. Sawel is part of the Sperrin Mountains, which dominate the southern part of the county. To the east and west, the land falls into the valleys of the Bann and Foyle rivers respectively; the north of the county is distinguished by the steep cliffs, dune systems and remarkable beaches of the Atlantic coast.



The county is home to a number of important buildings and landscapes: these include the excellently preserved seventeenth-century city walls of Derry; the fine National Trust Plantation house and estate at Springhill; the Mussenden Temple with its spectacular views of the Atlantic; the dykes, artificial coastlines and internationally important bird sanctuaries on the eastern shore of Lough Foyle; and the visitor centre at Bellaghy Bawn, close to the childhood home of Nobel laureate Seamus Heaney.



Castlerock area

The actor James Nesbitt lived in Castlerock when a teenager.



The village was also the holiday destination for the famous author C. S. Lewis. Born in Belfast, he holidayed in Castlerock as a child and took inspiration from Downhill House for some of his books including The Lion, the Witch and the Wardrobe.



Local historical interest is concentrated on the 18th century Bishop of Derry's ruined palace, cliff-top Mussenden Temple and Black Glen set within the Downhill Estate, now owned by the National Trust. The palace and estate were created by Harvey Bruce Earl of Bristol and the Bishop of Derry in the 1780s. The Mussenden Temple, with its precarious perch on the basalt cliff edge is one of the most photographed scenes in Ireland.



The 17th century Hezlett House is a thatched cottage with a cruck structure and is situated at the crossroads near the village. Built in around 1691 (Eccles 1996, p 184) it was originally a rectory or farmhouse.



Also at the crossroads is an ancient tree reputed to be where the infamous highway man Cushy Glen was hung.

Address:
13 Oceanview, BT51, Castlerock, Northern Ireland, United Kingdom
Accommodation located in:
leisure area, near fishing area, near golf course, near historical interest, near horse riding, near tennis courts, near the beach, resort, village, waterfront!

Amenities & services

# of Units: 1... and each unit includes:

  • Bedrooms: 2
  • Bathrooms: 2
  • Single beds: 1
  • Double beds: 2
  • Baby cots: 0
  • Single sofa beds: 0
  • Double sofa beds: 0

Bathroom

  • Yes Towels:
  • Yes Bath:
  • Yes Hair Drier:
  • Yes Shower:

Extras

  • Yes Ironing Board:
  • Yes Stereo/Radio System:
  • No Library:
  • No Telephone:
  • Yes DVD Player:
  • No Fax:
  • Yes Washing Machine:
  • No Work Desk:
  • Yes Bed Sheets:
  • No Bikes:
  • No Cable/Satelite TV:
  • No Internet Broadband:
  • No Internet Dial Up:

Extraservice

  • No Local Guides:
  • No Local Transportation:
  • No 24h Concierge:
  • No Tours & Excursions:
  • No Butler Service:
  • No House Chef:

Kitchen

  • Yes Crockery & Utensils:
  • Yes Dish Washer:
  • Yes Microwave:
  • Yes Oven:
  • No American Kitchen:
  • Yes Fridge & Freezer:

Living room

  • No Table & Chairs:
  • Yes Fireplace:
  • No Sofa Bed:

Outside

  • No Spa / Jacuzzi:
  • No Swimming Pool:
  • No Lift / Elevator:
  • No Disabled Facilities:
  • No Tennis Court:
  • No Terrace:
  • Yes Parking:
  • No Pets Welcome:
  • No Barbecue:
  • No Private Beach:
  • No Garden:
  • No Sauna:
  • No Shared Bathroom:

Rooms

  • No City View:
  • No Daily Cleaning:
  • No Air Conditioning:
  • Yes DVD/Music Collection:
  • Yes Ensuite Bathroom:
  • No Balcony:
  • No Safe:
  • Yes Sea View:
  • Yes Central Heating:

Additional information

Board Basis:
Accommodation Only
Breakfast:
No
Lunch:
No
Diner:
No
Traveller

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