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  1. Set among meandering streams and winding country roads, escape from the hustle and bustle of everyday life with breath-taking views of the valleys and mountains. The drive is lined with 300 year old beech trees giving spectacular colour all year round and boasts three acres of mixed grounds and manicured lawns to stroll in. The Victorian walled garden, well stocked flower beds and shrubs are a delight all year round. In the winter the garden can be viewed and enjoyed from the warmth of the conservatory. An oasis to bide-a-while over afternoon tea or reviving tipple or enjoy the on-site spa facilities.
  2. Overlooking the Old City Walls and Derry’s famous Guildhall, Shipquay Boutique Hotel is a luxurious and intimate boutique hotel. With 21 bedrooms, many with views over the city’s famous landmarks, delicious food and wine in the restaurant and moreish cocktails in Lock & Quay Bar, Shipquay oozes personality, character and style throughout. Situated at the hub of Derry’s shopping, arts and social scene, it’s the perfect place for brunch, lunch, a light bite to eat or an evening meal.
  3. Killeavy Castle Estate is the perfect antidote to the modern fast paced world. As the centrepiece of 350 acres of mixed farm and woodland in County Armagh’s stunning Slieve Gullion, it’s the ideal place to escape, retreat, relax and unwind. Living life more slowly and in the present, this secluded country estate will provide everything you need to emerge fully rejuvenated. For a unique getaway book your festive short break and stay in the boutique style hotel, and pay a visit to the spa with indoor and outdoor thermal areas.
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  4. From cosy firelit corners, glorious grub, elegant interiors, and a place from which you can explore the great outdoors, The Old Inn is the perfect location to escape to over the busy festive period. Amp up the luxury with Suites that offer their own private hot tub. The Treetop Spa offers guests unrivalled forest views for a peaceful rural retreat - a real haven of tranquillity and relaxation. Guests can retire to the 1614 Bar; a quintessentially comfy, laid-back spot to while away the evening by roaring fires or delight in the finest Afternoon Tea.
  5. Surrounded by shops, bars, museums and entertainment, you get the best of both worlds when you make the Europa Hotel your home away from home - the hustle and bustle of a lively cosmopolitan city combined with a sensational indoor haven. Enjoy a festive day out in the city visiting the Belfast Christmas Market, taking in a show, a spot of retail therapy and a cocktail or two before heading back to the hotel, renowned for its buzz, contemporary bistro, bustling bar and relaxing piano bar lounge.
  6. Life can get busy over the festive period, so take in the jaw dropping views of the coastline, inhale some fresh, salty air and slow the pace of life right down at The Salthouse, a luxury eco hotel on the Causeway Coastal Route. A place to spend time together, rejuvenate and discover your coastal calm. Enjoy ocean view dining with tables gazing out to stunning views, or cast all your troubles away and discover your coastal calm at The Salthouse Spa. Kick back, relax and experience the spa facilities which include a sauna, steam room, 3 treatment rooms, 2 outdoor hot tubs, 2 exclusive outdoor seaweed baths.
  7. The exquisite Grade B1 listed Bishop’s Gate Hotel is perfectly positioned within the historic city walls in the heart of Derry City’s Cathedral Quarter. An iconic landmark with a unique history, the hotel is an intimate urban oasis featuring 31 luxurious guestrooms.
  8. Cosy open lit fire at The Bushmills Inn on the Causeway Coastal Route
    Think of a cosy stay at Christmas and Bushmills Inn, along the Causeway Coastal Route springs to mind. The perfect location for a brisk and refreshing beach walk to re-energise, come back to the Bushmills Inn for a hot toddy or coffee in front of roaring big open fires.
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  9. The Lodge at Quarterland Bay in Killinchy, County Down
    This large self-catering property is private, rural and luxurious accommodation on nature's doorstep and great for larger family groups with sleeping capacity of 24. Styled in the theme of an Alpine Lodge with great outdoor facilities including two hot tubs, plunge pool/ ice bath, sauna, paddleboards, outdoor dining and BBQ area, electric car charging point. Indoors there is a steam room and sauna, rain shower and dedicated wet area changing areas and games room and is perfect for a festive family getaway.
  10. Cosy living room with big cushions and throws at Blackrock Beach House in Portrush
    This 5-star property in the seaside town of Portrush is perfect for large families looking for a short break over the festive season. With its butler's kitchen on the ground floor and large open plan kitchen, dining area and lounge on the first floor, its perfect for entertaining guests.
  11. Cosy living area at The Manse on the Beach
    Chill out over the busy festive period in this beautiful large 5-star beach house, overlooking two miles of sandy beach. Have a relaxing detox in January in a garden hammock, enjoy a sauna or jacuzzi bath, or try out local activities including cycling and kayaking in the tranquil village of Cloghy.
  12. Cosy open fire at The Station House in Irvinestown, County Fermanagh
    This large property with 5 ensuite bedrooms (sleeping 12) has a very atmospheric and homely feel with a choice of a few different living areas/sitting rooms for lounging with open fires and wood burners and a very well-equipped kitchen for cooking Christmas dinner! Perfect for a large family spending Christmas or New Year together.
  13. Stay at the Manor House Country Hotel and celebrate the festive season within their charming country house ambience, along with beautiful views of lower Lough Erne. Their wonderful Christmas packages are more than tempting!

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