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A charming traditional hotel in the small coastal village of Carnlough on the Antrim Coast Road.
The new Siege Museum and Exhibition is a permanent display of the history of the Siege.
Banagher road self catering consists of a newly refurbished house and barn, it offers guests a ...
The Maldron Hotel Derry is the only hotel located within the Historic City Walls which makes it ...
Situated on the banks of the Foyle and within easy access to the historic City of Derry.
Beech Hill is a privately owned Eighteenth Century country house which boasts excellent cuisine.
Delightful, cosy country cottage on a working farm just 3 miles south of the City of Derry
A fresh new look, a new professional management team bringing luxury and elegance to this long ...
Ramada Da Vinci's Hotel is a popular modern hotel located 15 minutes walk from Derry City Centre.
Situated in a beautiful setting in Derry City with panoramic views of the river Foyle.
Tammy Lodge is the ideal place to stay if you wanted to cycle or climb the Sperrin Mountains.
55 hectares of mixed woodland along with open parkland and scenic woodland walks.
A charming traditional hotel in the small coastal village of Carnlough on the Antrim Coast Road, 14 miles north of Larne and less than an hour from Belfast. A reputation for good home-cooked food, simply and freshly prepared.
The new Siege Museum and Exhibition is a permanent display of the history of the Siege of Londonderry and of the Associated Clubs of the Apprentice Boys of Derry, including artefacts, video and interactive media.
Banagher road self catering consists of a newly refurbished house and barn, it offers guests a tranquil rural setting with all the comforts of modern living. The houses are based a few miles outside Dungiven town, ideally located off the main A6 ...
The Maldron Hotel is the only hotel located within the Historic City Walls which makes it the perfect base to explore the city. We have great views of the historic City Walls.
The Premier Hotel in the North West, situated on the banks of the Foyle and within easy access to the historic City of Derry. Lavishly appointed bedrooms, superb cuisine, professional service for conference and business, as well as friendly staff.
Beech Hill is a privately owned Eighteenth Century country house which boasts excellent cuisine, friendly atmosphere and luxurious bedrooms. The hotel has a World War II museum and 32 acres of mature parkland with waterfalls and thriving wildlife.
Recently renovated 19th Century Gatelodge just 3.5 miles from the City of Derry. This self-catering cottage has modern comfortable facilities, including wood burning stove,set in peaceful,attractive countryside with fabulous views of the River Foyle.
Located only a few minutes drive from the historic walled City of Derry. The Belfray Country Inn offers 19 well appointed bedrooms with a choice of accommodation, free WiFi & free car parking. All day dining in the Bistro using fresh local produce.
4* Da Vinci’s is renowned for providing outstanding service, excellent food & facilities. The hotel is located 15minutes walk from Derry’s historic City Walls. Da Vinci’s has 65 bedrooms, award winning bar, free weekend entertainment, WiFi & parking
The City Hotel Derry is perfectly positioned for sightseeing breaks in Derry City. A stay at our Derry hotel guarantees easy access to some of the most remarkable golf courses in Ireland. Explore Derry, Donegal and the Causeway Coast.
If fishing is your thing then Tammy Lodge would suit you. We can arrange a licence to fish in local river or lakes. Leisurely walks in Learmount forest is a must. Feeling more energetic then a run in forest is a great way to start the day.
In the steep, wooded Glen of the Burntollet River, south-west of Derry/Londonderry, lies Ness Country park. 55 hectares of mixed woodland along with open parkland make up the Park which extends along both sides of the Burntollet River.
The allure of the Oak Grove County is wrapped up in its beautiful scenery and tranquillity, mixed with vibrant cultural and historical attractions, action, adventure and a strong literary heritage.
Delve under the skin of the culturally rich County Londonderry to find hidden gems in abundance.
Looking to dress up this Halloween? Here's a list of some shops across Northern Ireland. For more contact your local Visitor Information Centre.
The Walled City of Derry’s unparalleled setting, fine architecture, wealth of history and thriving arts, music and foodie scenes make it a fantastic place to spend a few days. Here are 10 of the top things to do.
With the Dubai Duty Free Irish Open just around the corner, why not pack up the golf clubs and get your own slice of the European Tour action on a golf break to Northern Ireland?
After becoming the first UK City of Culture, Derry~Londonderry was thrown into the spotlight as a place for diverse cultural experience. Now regarded as the Halloween party capital of the world, this vibrant destination offers a matchless setting
Bewitching at any time, no one does Halloween quite like Northern Ireland.
As essential to your game as the warm-up, the 19th hole is the only way to enjoy well-earned refreshment and relaxation after testing your guile and skills against both nature and man.
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.
Michael Palin described the train journey between Derry~Londonderry and Coleraine as “one of the most beautiful rail journeys in the world”. So hop onboard, relax and enjoy the views...
From the outright spectacular to the quaint and unique, Northern Ireland has a range of castles, hotels, inns and cottages that can make you feel part of your ancestors’ history. Rich in atmosphere, here are great places that won’t just connect
Understanding the past helps make better sense of the present, and learning about it can be great fun. Seek out these collections, exhibitions, knowledge and stories all over Northern Ireland to shine a light on yesteryear.