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  1. birch eco cottage front door
    Wake to a view of the beautiful birch woods outside your window, and enjoy the peace and quiet. Birch Cottage is finished using natural, locally sourced materials and is an eco friendly retreat from daily life.
  2. Escape to our 4* Glenarm Castle Ocean View pods for a stylish rural retreat. Fully furnished with ocean views, explore the estate's delights and nearby coastal attractions. Perfect for families or couples.
  3. Our eco-lodges are fully fitted with everything you could need for a relaxing visit sleeping up to 6 guests; the perfect way to Discover your Coastal Calm with loved ones
  4. The Salthouse
    Standing in its own private grounds surrounded by the natural beauty of the county Antrim countryside, overlooking Ballycastle, The Salthouse enjoys jaw dropping views of the coastline to Fairhead and beyond.
  5. Aerial view of Killeavy Castle Estate. A luxury Hotel Spa destination in Newry, Northern Ireland.
    Welcome to Killeavy Castle Estate, the perfect antidote to the modern fast paced world. Named winner of the Luxury Castle Hotel (Europe) Award at the prestigious World Luxury Awards 2021, it’s the ideal place to escape and unwind, and is located just 10 minutes outside Newry City.
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  6. Shows image of double bedroom with large window looking out at countryside view
    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.
  7. The Avish Cottage is an original 18th-century farmhouse set on a wooded hilltop outside Derry. Restored with care and well equipped, with stunning views of the Foyle, Inishowen and the Sperrins, it's a great touring base and a real home from home.
  8. Built on the site of an ancient fort, Dunadry Hotel And Gardens is literally bursting with character and traditional features. Take a gentle stroll along the river or sit beneath our hundred-year old ‘Peace Tree’, two lime trees that have merged into one. It’s said they represent the meeting of minds, creating both peace and harmony.

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