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The Anchorage self catering town houses are located in Portballintrae, a quiet fishing village.
Walks, lakes, swans, picnic areas and other attractions by the scenic shores of Lough Neagh.
The Holiday Inn Express Antrim is situated at Junction One.
'Wee Sweet Shop' is a three bedroom, listed terraced house in the heart of Cushendall.
Located 1 mile from Antrim town centre off Dublin Road (A26). Signposted.
Traditional stone built restored cottage close to Dunadry, surrounded by a small private garden, ...
Apple Barn is a restored traditional stone barn close to Dunadry. Overlooking a leafy lane, ...
Our lodge is situated in the heart of beautiful Northern Ireland for our visitors to access all ...
Truffles is a hidden treasure located in the heart of the picturesque village of Randalstown.
Dunsilly Hotel is the perfect base for both corporate and leisure clientele.
Luxurious boutique Tourism NI certified cottage in the heart of Cushendall village.
Situated on the A2 Coast Road, 12 miles north of Limavady, and 10 miles from Coleraine.
Newly built four bedroomed houses set back from the main road offering partial views of the North Atlantic. The houses are a short distance (30 metres) from Portballintrae Harbour, the sheltered sandy beach.
Situated on the shores of Lough Neagh, the Lough Shore Park in Antrim is a popular destination for visitors and residents at all times of the year. It is an area steeped in history and natural beauty with many attractions and activities to enjoy.
'Commended' Customer Service Excellence NITA Awards 2013. The Holiday Inn Express Antrim is situated at Junction One, Ireland's largest international shopping outlet. Ideally located within a two minute drive of the M2 motorway.
'Wee Sweet Shop' is a tastefully converted, three bedroom, listed terraced house in the heart of Cushendall which was originally an 18th Century Sweet Shop. Comfortably sleeps six with a cosy atmosphere with a lovely back patio area.
Located 1 mile from Antrim town centre off Dublin Road (A26). Signposted. Park at end of Lough Road adjacent to Six Mile Water River. Situated close to Lough Neagh.
Traditional stone built restored cottage close to Dunadry, surrounded by an enclosed garden, farmland and orchard, is ideal for a relaxing, comfortable stay. It is the perfect base to explore the Antrim coastline and glens yet not far to the ...
Apple Barn is a restored traditional stone barn close to Dunadry. Overlooking a leafy lane, stone walls and orchard. This is a charming and unique hideaway for one or two seeking a relaxing rural stay within easy reach of Belfast. The Barn ...
Our lodge is situated in the heart of beautiful Northern Ireland for our visitors to access all parts of the Provence. We have bed and breakfast and self-catering facilities. Lurgan West lodge is located at the top of Lough Neagh on the ...
Truffles is a hidden treasure located in the heart of the picturesque village of Randalstown in rural Co. Antrim. The three star guesthouse and restaurant is one of Northern Irelands finest and is renowned for its welcoming hospitality.
Ideally situated in the heart of Northern Ireland, Dunsilly Hotel is the perfect base for both corporate and leisure clientele. Opened in May 2005 and located just off the M2/M22 motorway at Junction One.
Luxurious boutique Tourism NI certified cottage in the heart of Cushendall village. A central retreat,offering spectacular vista in a tranquil setting. Close proximity to hotel, restaurants, shops and bars.
Benone Strand, one of Ireland's longest beaches and European Blue Flag Beach, plays host to a range of activities and events...
Northern Ireland has some fantastic scenic drives - many of which you can cover in a day or short break - with countless stunning places to take that memorable photograph. Here are just some of our top suggestions:
With play parks, picnic spots and endless places to play hide and seek, take the kids on that camping trip you’ve always promised. You’ll have everything to keep them entertained on your doorstep, and these forest and country parks are perfect for a budget
Are you looking for something new to experience in Northern Ireland? You will be surprised what you’ll find when you go off the beaten track. Here’s a quick guide to some of our best loved hidden gems and unique places to visit.
There’s nothing quite like a family day out on the bikes. So pack a picnic and hit the saddle to enjoy these fantastic traffic-free cycle routes perfect for the little ones.
Places to Tell them You’ll Love them Forever
Stumble upon exciting finds with your little nature detectives on these walks which are alive with wildlife in the spring and summer months. From puffins to dolphins and butterflies to badgers, it’s time to go on a treasure hunt for wildlife.
As the leaves start changing colours and the nights draw in, there’s no better time to pull on the walking boots and take an autumn walk whilst enjoying some of the most spectacular and colourful landscapes that Northern Ireland has to offer.
From theme parks to waterfalls, the ever-charming County Antrim is full of big surprises and hidden gems at every turn. Here’s a pick of the best of them.
Northern Ireland is home to many fantastic forest parks, each offering visitors something unique.
“One of the most beautiful rail journeys in the world” is how Michael Palin described it.
Rated as one of the top five road trips worldwide, the Causeway Coastal Route is a must see for anyone visiting Northern Ireland. Boasting non-stop spectacular scenery, many spots are also begging to be explored on foot.