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The Strangford Arms Hotel is ideally located in the lively town of Newtownards,
15 minutes ...
The beach at the front of the cottage has an enclosed boating/swimming area and a paddling pool.
1 of a group of 7 cottages that can accommodate parties of up to 34 people.
Brooks Cottage ...
Barley Cottage is ...
Clover Cottage is ...
As the name suggests, Flax cottage combines the rustic feel of the farmhouse with the comfort ...
Shoreline at Mount Stewart provides luxuriously appointed bed and breakfast accommodation.
Whin Cottage was ...
The separate area reserved for touring visitors at Sandycove holiday park has space for 40 units.
This unique cottage is situated on a sandbank above a beautiful sandy beach.
A perfect base to enjoy North Down’s top visitor attractions, shopping, golf and leisure. Free WiFi.
15 minutes drive from Belfast city centre, 10 minutes from George Best Belfast City Airport and Bangor town centre.
This Victorian listed building has been ...
The beach at the front of the cottage has a grassy picnic area, enclosed boating/swimming area and a paddling pool. Millisle is approximately 17 miles from Belfast, making a convenient base for both exploring Belfast and the Ards Peninsula.
Brooks Cottage was named after the family who lived in the farmstead for over 200 years. Brooks Cottage is one of the largest in the complex, sleeping 6 people ...
Barley Cottage is a quaint country cottage suitable for 5 people. It is fully equipped with all mod cons including freezer, dishwasher, digital satellite TV, video and ...
Clover Cottage is the perfect hideaway for up to 4 people. With 2 bedrooms (2 double beds) and a bathroom comprising bath and shower, it is quaint and comfortable. ...
As the name suggests, Flax cottage combines the rustic feel of the farmhouse with the comfort afforded by deluxe furnishings.
Modern features such as free Wi Fi, digital satellite tv, video and mobile phone are available for those who want to ...
Shoreline at Mount Stewart provides luxuriously appointed bed and breakfast accommodation for your stay on the Ards Peninsula. Situated right on the shores of Strangford Lough, with the historic village of Greyabbey nearby.
Whin Cottage was developed in single storey format. This cottage has been cleverly designed with the elderly and disabled (accompanied by able bodied) in mind although ...
Elm Cottage is approached by its own pebbled driveway leading to car parking and patio area adjacent to the cottage. Elm Cottage is the largest cottage on the complex.
Popular holiday park with designated area for touring caravans. Booking essential through Park Manager.
Situated on a sandbank above a beautiful sandy beach, this unique cottage has an uninterrupted view over the Irish Sea. From the garden there is a flight of steps, leading to the unspoiled beach.
Located on the same terrace as the Strangford Arms Hotel, this serviced self-catering 2 bedroom house features all modern conveniences, including free WiFi, fully fitted kitchen, living/ dining/ reception area with 32" digital TV, DVD and telephone.
With beautifully constructed abbeys, sculpted monasteries and striking churches, our passion to create and connect with our spirituality has inspired others across the globe.
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.
In May 2014, Northern Ireland went ‘pink’ with enthusiasm when the prestigious Giro d’Italia cycle race started in Belfast.
In city, town or countryside Northern Ireland’s pubs are serving up food to rival any restaurant, and the warm welcome and craic is legendary. Here are five hostelries that offer superb, locally inspired menus, otherwise known as great pub grub.
Northern Ireland has camping parks to suit all tastes. Some are small and peaceful while others are busy and lively; some are remote while others are in tourist resorts.
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.
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.
It's no secret that Northern Ireland is home to some of the world's greatest writers: Seamus Heaney, Brian Friel, Samuel Beckett, Louis MacNeice and of course, C.S. Lewis.
Discover more about Northern Ireland's great writer and journey with us as we
Explore the world of Northern Ireland horticulture and you’ll uncover a great many interesting facts that could surprise even the most inquisitive. Read on, you might need these for gardener’s question time.
People all across the world have Northern Irish roots thanks to years of immigration and emigration.
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: