Tourism NI awards Portstewart B&B five stars

Tourism NI's Chairman, Terence Brannigan, presents proprietor Glenda Moore-Wilson of 'At the Beach' B&B with a 5 star award outside her premises at Portstewart Strand.
Tourism NI's Chairman, Terence Brannigan, presents proprietor Glenda Moore-Wilson of 'At the Beach' B&B with a 5 star award outside her premises at Portstewart Strand.
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Tourism Northern Ireland has awarded a luxury Portstewart bed and breakfast five stars under its accommodation grading scheme.

‘At the Beach’ B&B, located next to Portstewart Strand and run by Glenda Moore-Wilson, gained the five-star rating in its first assessment in June, and becomes one of only five B&Bs in Northern Ireland to achieve five-star status on the scheme.

Offering stylish accommodation for up to 10 adults in five rooms, it provides some of the best lodging anywhere along the north coast and wider Causeway Coastal Route.

Providing a true seaside escape in luxurious surroundings, the accommodation offers stunning sea views and direct access to the golden sands of Portstewart, combined with understated beach-themed décor and excellent facilities, including en suite bathrooms, flat screen TVs, Nespresso coffee machines and free Wi-Fi.

The five-star award indicates the accommodation is of an ‘outstanding’ or ‘exceptional’ standard.

Terence Brannigan, Chairman of Tourism NI, said: “Tourism NI’s accommodation grading scheme rigorously assesses tourist accommodation over a range of quality measures, so it is pleasing that another establishment in this beautiful part of the world has met the highest standards and achieved five-star status.

“I congratulate Glenda for joining the scheme and helping to send a strong message to our visitors on the quality available within the Northern Ireland tourism accommodation offering.”