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Ulster University accommodation at Jordanstown provides an ideal location.
Stranmillis College offers comfortable and affordable accommodation for those visiting the city.
Quality affordable self catering accommodation. Ideally located, outside Coleraine.
Queen's University provides a perfect base for discovering Northern Ireland.
Language and academic preparation for undergraduate and postgraduate study at Queen's University.
Welcome pack on arrival, Train station nearby with direct link to Belfast City centre
A quiet secluded oasis with train and bus connections available to the cities of Belfast or Lisburn.
High quality self catering en suite accommodation available during the summer.
Set in 25 acres of beautiful parkland on the shoreline of Belfast Lough.
Opened in 1849 the fine façade of the Main Lanyon Building, conceals a restful quadrangle.
Ulster University accommodation at Jordanstown provides an ideal location to accommodate a large conference/sporting group or alternatively smaller intimate gatherings such as summer or language schools.
Set within a quiet location yet only two miles from the city centre, Stranmillis University College offers comfortable and affordable accommodation for those wishing to visit the city. Please contact the college for the latest information.
Quality affordable self catering accommodation. Ideally located, outside the market town of Coleraine, to explore the tourist attractions of the North Coast. Suitable for the independent traveller, group or family party.
Queen's University provides a perfect base for discovering Northern Ireland. Set in a leafy residential area, this modern, village style residence is located 1.5 kilometres from the University campus and three kilometres from Belfast city centre.
We offer English language and academic preparation courses in preparation for university study. The academic courses are at Foundation(pre-undergraduate), Diploma (equivalent to 1st year undergraduate) and Graduate Diploma level.
This building was opened in 1865 as a training College for Ministers of the Presbyterain Church and was built thanks to a bequest of £20,000 from a Mrs Magee in 1846.
Welcome pack on arrival, train station nearby with direct link to Belfast City Centre.
A secluded campus within 750 meters of 15 minute rail or bus links to either of the cities of Belfast or Lisburn, the College is an ideal place as a base to explore counties Antrim or Down.
Large number of apartments available in a secure location- perfect for large groups requiring accommodation within the city or North West. As apartments are self catering we can cater for family groups or individuals requiring accommodation.
Local attractions nearby include Ulster Folk and Transport Museum and Titanic Belfast.
Good variety of restaurants nearby in Holywood, Bangor and Belfast, all easily accessible by car and train.
The fine façade of the Main Building, designed by Charles Lanyon, conceals a quiet, restful quadrangle. This was the original Queen's College: the University has expanded throughout the immediate area, including all the houses on University Square.
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A walking holiday operator will take the stress out of organising and planning your walking trip. Operators will tailor packages to your wants and needs offering luggage transfer options, maps, guides and specialist accommodation to suit all budgets.
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Northern Ireland is a magical mix of stunning scenery, fascinating history and culture and lively nightlife.
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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.
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