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Local museum interpreting the long and distinguished history of the town and surrounding area.
This gem of a thatched cottage is over 250 years old.
Homely farmhouse set in rural countryside with superb views.
Conveniently fifteen minutes from Belfast city centre at the gate way to the beautiful Causeway.
Situated near idyllic location of Belfast Lough, Hillcrest is a restored nineteenth century cottage.
Ulster-Scots thatched cottage with exhibition dedicated to Andrew Jackson, 7th president of USA.
Situated on the grounds of Drumgart Farmhouse B&B, this newly built two bedroom cottage is ...
Sozo Carrickfergus - Tea/coffee scones, breakfast, lunch, dinner and outside catering.
Carrickfergus with over 1000 years of history under its belt, has lots of secrets to reveal.
World class 300 berth marina flanked by cinemas, restaurants, and promenades.
One of Ireland's finest medieval castles. A striking feature of the landscape from land, sea & air.
Established in 1182 by the Anglo Norman, John de Courcy, St Nicholas' has many historic features.
Local museum interpreting the long and distinguished history of the town and surrounding area, with artefacts of treasure excavated in Carrickfergus. There are multi-media and audio-visual presentations.
This gem of a thatched cottage is over 250 years old and is situated at the start of the Causeway Coast and Glens Route, opposite the Andrew Jackson Cottage on the shores of Belfast Lough.
Homely farmhouse set in rural countryside with superb views. Fully central heated with television lounge, tea and coffee making facilities and hairdryers in all the bedrooms. Close to the historic seaside town of Carrickfergus with its Norman Castle.
Conveniently fifteen minutes from Belfast city centre at the gate way to the beautiful Causeway coastal route. The Clarion Hotel has 68 bedrooms all designed with the guest in mind, each featuring kingsize beds, direct dial telephone, trouser press.
Set in idyllic location overlooking Belfast Lough, Hillcrest is a beautifully restored nineteenth century stone cottage. Three milesCarrickfergus and 15 miles Belfast City. Ideal touring base for Antrim Coast and Glens and for visiting Belfast.
Located less than a mile from the Town Centre, off the Larne Road, the Andrew Jackson Cottage is a traditional thatched Ulster –Scots farmhouse built in 1750s.
Situated on the grounds of Drumgart Farmhouse B&B, this newly built two bedroom cottage is within walking distance of Ballycarry Village. Quiet rural area with views of Belfast Lough and Scottish coast. 20 miles from Belfast, 7 miles from ...
This small but cosy Cafe/bistro is open for breakfast, lunch and dinner (Friday-Saturday) and does take-away food as well. For lunch, soups salads and irrestistable cakes are on the menu. Sozo is a modern and fresh place to eat, drink and socialise.
Carrickfergus was the capital of Ulster and has an amazing history. The castle is over 800 years old. Monarchs from King John to Queen Elizabeth 11 have visited the town. Coins were minted here. There are salt mines. Deane Jonathan Swift lived here.
Carrickfergus' world class 300 berth marina, with excellent private and public amenities, conference facilities, and local information point. Home to many local boats and choice destination for many foreign visitors, all welcomed by friendly staff.
For more than 800 years, Carrickfergus Castle has been an imposing monument on the Northern Ireland landscape whether approached by land, sea or air. The castle now houses historical displays as well as cannons from the 17th to the 19th centuries.
Established in 1182 by the Anglo Norman, John de Courcy, St Nicholas' has many historic features including a medieval porch, the Chichester memorial to Lord Donegall, a skew aisle, wonderful stained glass and a leper window.
Enjoy a traditional Sunday lunch in some of the finest restaurants, take a cookery lesson with top Northern Irish chefs or visit historic castles and ornate gardens. Whatever you choose to do, Sundays in Belfast are sure to be unforgettable.
We all know packing up for a break with the kids can be stressful. So ease the burden a little by choosing family-friendly accommodation that will go the extra mile to make your stay a memorable one. From high chairs to games rooms and farmyard
Travelling to the Dubai Duty Free Irish Open this July? Why not explore more of the Causeway Coastal Route on a short break. We’ve put together our top things to do in the area. From visiting the Giant’s Causeway, to traversing the Carrick-A-Rede
Northern Ireland’s history could almost be said to have been defined by many of the historic events that took place at our incredible castles and towers.
Restaurants in Northern Ireland offer a wide range of child friendly facilities, from children’s menus to the provision of high chairs, changing facilties, activities and play areas. Here are some of the best.
Impressive picture-postcard castles pepper the Northern Ireland landscape, perched atop dramatic cliff edges and overlooking tranquil lakes and rivers. Here are eight stunners to look out for on your next holiday.
To help you get into the Halloween spirit, we've put together a list of some spooky places and stories for you to explore in Northern Ireland.
From the mythical nine glens to geological wonders, castles and surf towns, County Antrim is bursting with exceptional experiences. If you only have a few days, here’s what you must see and do.
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.
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.