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Enjoy the rural life in style, with amazing views of the Mourne Mountains and on a clear day all ...
Peartree Hill is perfect for a luxuriously relaxing break. Looking out towards Scrabo.
Magnificent two bedroom self catering cottage set in the heart of the Mourne mountains.
Built in 1772 as the Diocessan Registry. A Grade A listed building. Restored and reopened in 2011.
On main coast raod between Portrush and Portstewart, about 1.5 miles west of Portrush.
Holywood Hill Country Cottages, new modern cottages with unique, panoramic views of Belfast Lough.
The cottage is located in Mid Ulster is suitably situated to explore all tourist sites in Ulster.
2 Shore Street, Donaghadee is situated in the heart of the historical town of Donaghadee.
Luxury self catering accommodation in rural setting in Co Down. The accommodation is in a ...
9 Sep 2017 - 10 Sep 2017
A rare insight into life in rural Ulster during the 19th and early 20th centuries
Charming cottage tastefully furnished and all home comforts. In a quiet beautiful country location.
Beech Hill is a privately owned Eighteenth Century country house which boasts excellent cuisine.
Enjoy the rural life in style, with amazing views of the Mourne Mountains and on a clear day all the way to Southern Ireland. Your beautifully spacious self catering accommodation awaits you with a warm welcome 2 miles from Carryduff and 3 miles ...
Peartree Hill is perfect for a luxuriously relaxing break. Looking out towards Scrabo and Strangford Lough is a feast for the eyes and yet within 3 miles of Belfast and many good restaurants.
Gorse Hill is a magnificent two bedroom self catering cottage set in the heart of the Mourne mountains. It is located within five minutes drive of Bryansford and 10 minutes from Newcastle.
Built in 1772 as the Diocesan Registry to hold records for the Church of Ireland Diocese, this Grade A listed building has been restored and was formally opened to the public in March 2011. Fully accessible. Interactive displays for all ages.
One mile east of Portstewart on A2 coast road to Portrush. Splendid views and modern facilities. Fishing, boating and horseriding nearby.
Holywood Hill Country Cottages, new modern holiday cottages with unique, panoramic views of Belfast Lough, in the heart of the idyllic North Down – only six miles from Belfast City Airport. A great countryside base for exploring Northern Ireland.
Laure Hill Cottage was built in 2011.
Approximately 30 minutes from Portstewart/Portrush and Giant’s Causeway.
2 Shore Street, Donaghadee is situated in the heart of the historical town of Donaghadee in County Down which is approximately 20 miles from Belfast and 6 miles from Bangor. The house itself is an old character property.
Luxury self catering accommodation in rural setting in Co Down. The accommodation is in a listed Gatelodge which has been restored and extended to combine modern luxury in an historic building.
Provides a rare insight into life in rural Ulster during the 19th and early 20th centuries.
Charming cottage tastefully furnished and all home comforts. Quiet beautiful country location in heart of County Down, 2 miles from picturesque Strangford Lough and Delamont Country Park. National Trust properties, forest parks & Mourne mountains.
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.
9 Sep 2017 - 10 Sep 2017
The Belfast Hills provide a tranquil contrast to the hustle and bustle of urban life below. Travel just minutes from the city centre for fantastic views over Belfast and beyond.
Enjoy the natural beauty and authentic taste of Northern Ireland on these walk trails featuring some of Northern Ireland’s most fabulous restaurants.
Lose yourself in the magic of a literary world by exploring the many places in Northern Ireland associated with great authors and great writing. Here are 10 of the best…
This 135 mile (217.3 km) circular route takes you from Belfast along Northern Ireland’s spectacular Causeway Coast, through the Glens of Antrim and back. The route once again is on-road, but off-road routes can be found at CycleNI.com
You don’t have to break the bank to have a great family day out in Northern Ireland. We have lots of free activities, magnificent places to visit and some inspiring ideas for weekend fun.
Here’s a list of just some of the top free things to do and places
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.
discovernorthernireland.com has lots of fun things to do across Northern Ireland, from family days out to gigs and cultural events. We've put together a selection of exciting things taking place this week across Northern Ireland in the week ahead.
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.
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.
From saintly trails to galactic tales, County Armagh is the perfect place for lovers of Celtic history, early Christianity, architecture and literature. Take a weekend to explore the Orchard County and its Bramley apples, the historic Armagh city,
With its wide open spaces and unspoilt natural beauty, Northern Ireland's Tyrone & Sperrins region is the ideal place for slowing down and getting away from it all.
Dominated by windswept, heather-clad slopes, weekend wanders in the Sperrins is what