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This is a spacious and cosy self catering detached cottage.
The perfect venue for your country escape.
We all know its important to take a break from ...
This luxurious, privately owned hotel has an excellent location and offers a warm welcome.
Laurel View Equestrian Centre is a family run British Horse Society approved riding school.
A challenging mature 18 hole parkland course established in 1923. Only 20 minutes from Belfast.
Ballyrobert Cottage Garden is a beautiful and unique Ulster cottage garden.
Visit the Farm Shop and Tea Room at Ballylagan for good food in an attractive rural setting.
A challenging parkland course designed to fit in with the rolling countryside of County Antrim.
A must be dining experience for all visitors. Traditional dishes made with local produce.
The Guesthouse at Ballylagan is a recently restored 19th century farmhouse on a working organic ...
Bonita Shoes is an on-trend shoe boutique on Ballyclare's Main Street.
This is a spacious and cosy self catering detached cottage for couples, singles and professionals. Has secure off road parking and garage for bikes outdoor equipment.
We all know its important to take a break from routine, spend quality time with friends and family, or take a romantic short break. Dunamoy provides this escape, relax with wonderful views and fresh ...
This luxurious, privately owned Hotel, not only has an excellent location, but also offers warm and welcoming surroundings to host all of life's occasions.
The Hotel has excellent dining facilities, offering two restaurants.
Laurel View Equestrian Centre is a family run British Horse Society approved and highly commended riding school, livery yard, competition, training and exam centre. It has two large indoor arenas, plus outdoor arenas and cross country facilities.
Founded in 1923 and set in the rolling green countryside of Ballyclare, this mature 18 hole parkland course makes good use of the natural features of its landscape, particularly the local river and tree-lined fairways. Only 20 minutes from Belfast.
Ballyrobert Cottage Garden is a beautiful and unique Ulster cottage garden. The garden, extending to 6 acres, is designed around a historic 17th century landscape, with the original cottage and barn being key features.
The farm shop sells a wide range of produce for an organic and sustainable lifestyle and in the tea room you can sample excellent home baking. Also experience our farm trail. Finalist in the Soil Association Awards 2014 Eating Out Category.
A challenging 18 hole par 70 parkland course designed to fit in with the natural rolling countryside of County Antrim. Its proximity to Belfast also makes it an ideal stop for a round of golf. Also a par 3 course,driving range and 18 hole mini golf.
Barnabys Restaurant creates the perfect blend between traditional home cuisine and modern dishes, only using locally sourced meat and fresh fish from our Strangford shores.
The Guesthouse at Ballylagan is a recently restored 19th century farmhouse on a working organic farm.
Bonita Shoes is an on-trend shoe boutique on Ballyclare's Main Street stocking Moda in Pelle, Vitti Love, Converse, Ruby Shoo, Kate Appleby and much more. Accessories to compliment any outfit won't disappoint all you ladies who love fashion.
Summer has arrived and we hope your interest has been piqued to find out more about Northern Ireland’s glorious gardens.
With one of the best gardening climates in the world, it’s not surprising we have some of the most beautiful and interesting gardens
Stallholders across Northern Ireland turn out at regular markets to sell their wares, from artisan food and crafts to records and antiques. Here are some of the best.