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North Coast Country Bed & Breakfast is a modern, tranquil family home nestled in the countryside.
Overlooking Carlingford Lough, Fir Trees is a modern bungalow near Kilbroney Park. Forest walks ...
Crowfield House is situated in a quiet countryside location on the banks of the River Rhee.
Ashbrook House is a family run new build Bed and Breakfast offering a very high standard.
This Georgian style bed and breakfast is set in a prime location close to Enniskillen town.
A warm welcome awaits you at Pinegrove Lodge B&B which is situated in a quiet residential area.
Dunnanelly Country House is a haven of peace and tranquility in the drumlins of County Down.
Roseleigh House is a period Victorian home with lots of character in the exclusive Rosetta area.
Abbeydene House is a beautiful Victorian mansion set in a quiet location overlooking Belfast ...
Kensington Lodge Bed and Breakfast is a superb residence built in 2007.
Strand House is a luxury bed and breakfast just two minutes walk from Portstewart's Strand Beach.
Willowbank House overlooks Lough Erne and the slopes of the Cuilcagh and Belmore Mountains.
North Coast Country Bed & Breakfast is a modern, tranquil family home nestled in the lush green countryside between Bushmills and Ballycastle. It offers a friendly, personalised service to suit your needs.
Overlooking Carlingford Lough, Fir Trees is a modern bungalow near Kilbroney Park. Forest walks are accessible from the house and dogs are allowed outside.
Laundry room, TV Lounge, Tea & Coffee in Dining Room.
Crowfield House is situated in a quiet countryside location on the banks of the River Rhee some four and a half miles from Coleraine. Our beautiful en-suite rooms have all the amenities you would expect from a small luxury B&B.
Ashbrook House is a family run new build Bed and Breakfast offering a very high standard of accommodation. Nestled in a tranquil rural setting close to the cross border village of Aughnacloy.
This Georgian style bed and breakfast is set in a prime location close to Enniskillen town centre and all its amenities. Intertwining the most luxurious of modern facilities with the appeal of yesteryear, providing excellent quality for all tastes.
A warm welcome awaits you at Pinegrove Lodge B&B which is situated in a quiet residential area a few minutes from Ballymena town centre on the main routes to the North Antrim/Causeway Coast and the Glens of Antrim.
Dunnanelly Country House is a haven of peace and tranquility in the drumlins of County Down, with stunning views of the Mourne Mountains and close to all the attractions around Downpatrick and Strangford Lough, yet less than 30 minutes from Belfast.
Roseleigh House is a family run guest house which merges traditional and contemporary values hosting six en suite bedrooms each tastefully decorated to create a warm inviting atmosphere and an ideal place to relax. Varied and delicious breakfasts.
Abbeydene House is a beautiful Victorian mansion set in a quiet location overlooking Belfast Lough. It was built in 1850 and enjoys a great history when, in 1945, General Dwight Eisenhower visited the House. Your hosts, Tim and Ethy Clifford, ...
Kensington Lodge Bed and Breakfast is a superb residence built in 2007, set within maturing grounds and with views over the County Tyrone countryside in Dungannon.
Strand House Bed and Breakfast in Portstewart, is a family-owned, luxury B&B on the north coast of Ireland, where championship golf, long walks, fine food and glorious beaches are at your doorstep.
Willowbank House is located on the Bellevue Ring approximately three miles from the historic island town of Enniskillen. Purpose built it sits on an elevated site overlooking the shores of Lough Erne and the slopes of Cuilcagh and Belmore Mountains.
Sometimes you just need a bed to fall into at night – this isn’t one of those times.
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?
Northern Ireland has a big appetite for the dainty sandwiches, fluffy scones and buttery cakes and pastries that make up the afternoon tea tradition. From the lavish to the quaint, here’s a selection of popular places to go for a splendid afternoon
Northern Ireland spoils sky-watchers with big open skies and incredible places to get up close and personal with the sight of thousands of bright, glimmering stars. To get an inkling of what’s twinkling in the night sky, here are seven places that
Fermanagh is a vast haven of natural spaces where the slow pace of life seems to make quality time together last longer.
The Dubai Duty Free Irish Open 2017 is one of this year's most exciting events. If you're travelling to the event this summer, make sure to check out our ultimate guide to planning your trip. From places to stay nearby, things to do and where to eat in
We all know breakfast is the most important meal of the day and, in Northern Ireland, we’ve perfected the art of a hearty breakfast – whether it’s an Ulster Fry or a hot bowl of porridge.
Sail at sunrise to catch your own breakfast £50 pp Portrush harbour, County Antrim Guided fishing lesson and gourmet breakfast
The most memorable trips are so much more than four walls and a bed for the night.
We love to see photos of all your favourite places and moments from your visit to Northern Ireland. Here's just some of our top picks from Instagram this month. Be sure to share your best travel photos with #DiscoverNI for a chance to be featured.
Discover the best places to eat at the 2017 Dubai Duty Free Irish Open. Following our fantastic Year of Food & Drink in 2016, Northern Ireland has proven it is home to some truly spectacular eateries. This year's Dubai Duty Free Irish Open is the perfect
Northern Ireland's love of the potato goes back a long way and we have a rich legacy of dishes derived from it - champ, boxty and, of course, potato bread (fadge, farls) to name a few.