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Awaken your Giant Spirit

  1. Exterior of Narrow Water Castle in Warrenpoint, County Down.

    If you’re planning a romantic getaway, make it a spectacular one. Take your pick of magical 5* castle retreats or stately manor homes, all in the most stunning locations in Northern Ireland. 

  2. A wooden chalet in the trees, with a balcony and deck overlooking Lower Lough Erne at Lusty Beg Island Resort and Spa in County Fermanagh.

    Is there anything more special than throwing open the curtains that first morning of your holiday to reveal an incredible view? That’s the moment you really start to relax. Fortunately, there are no shortage of spectacular views in Northern Ireland, and no shortage of beautiful rooms to showcase them. From dramatic coastlines to vibrant cityscapes, we’ve got you covered.

  3. View of Blessingbourne Estate from afar with a lake and lush green gardens visible in front of the house

    The most memorable trips require something completely unique. If you like the sound of literally sleeping under the stars, or chilling in a snow cabin at one of Northern Ireland's top spas then read on, and prepare to embrace your giant spirit.

  4. A table and chairs overlooking the scenic Clogher Valley through open French doors with a teapot, 2 cups, a milk jug and open book sitting on the table.

    Northern Ireland is steeped in history. It’s in our landscapes, our buildings and our people. And when you come here you can step into that history like nowhere else in the world. From the outright spectacular to the quaint and unique, we are home to a collection of castles, hotels, inns and cottages that give you a direct window to our past. 

  5. Stunning living area at Blackrock Beach House looking out towards the water with comfy cushions and throws on the chairs and sofas

    Everyone has a bucket list. The places they really want to go to, the sights they really want to see, the experiences they really want to soak up, and the places they really want to stay. 

  6. Exterior of Culloden Estate and Spa at dusk. Exterior lighting illuminates the hotel, driveway and fountain.

    Nestled here or discreetly hidden away there, Northern Ireland has some of the most stunning 5* escapes on the planet - from glorious country manors and coastal estates, to fairytale castle demesnes and chic city retreats. Where will you stay?

  7. Newforge House in Magheralin, County Armagh. Front of 3 story house covered in ivy with car parked to the side.

    When it comes to places to stay, Northern Ireland has so much to offer, including a fabulous selection of gorgeous guesthouses. In this blog we've rounded up a few of our favourites for your perusal...

  8. Image shows a four poster bed and a chaise lounge in a brightly decorated room in The Harrison, Belfast.

    We all look forward to a staycation here in Northern Ireland.  And to help give you some ideas for that much longed-for short break, we’ve put together a list of some of the new and amazing accommodation Northern Ireland has to offer for 2022.

  9. Offers
    Everyone loves a special offer, especially here in Northern Ireland. We love getting them ourselves, but we also love sharing them with others. And here in Northern Ireland our special offers tend to come with huge benefits!
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Awaken your Giant Spirit

  1. Hotels
    Northern Ireland has always had a warm welcome for the visitor to these shores. It also has a long history in the hospitality trade and a knack of knowing the needs and wishes of guests. Add to that the beautiful scenery, some clean fresh greenery and you have all the right ingredients for some of the best hotels and locations for hotels in the world.
  2. Bed & Breakfast
    In the early days of tourism on the island of Ireland, the humble Bed and Breakfast was championed as a way of getting around the country without hurting your pocket. Thankfully, this hospitable tradition still persists today and a stay at a B&B in Northern Ireland is not only a cheap accommodation option, it’s also a great way to meet locals, sample great food and find out more about the community around you.
  3. Guest Houses & Guest Accommodation
    If you’re the type of adventurer who likes mixing creature comforts with that little sense of history, grandeur and at the same time homeliness, then you’ll find Northern Ireland’s guest houses are the perfect fit. Whether you’re after the suburban elegance of a Victorian red-brick or the country grace of a Georgian mansion, you’ll eat well and get a great warm welcome wherever you decide to rest your head.
  4. Hostels
    Northern Ireland is a paradise for the budget backpacker, globetrotter and those who simply like to bump into others from around the world. There is an undeniable exuberance about the place that embraces youth and what it brings to the table. Often it is a very long breakfast table in one of Northern Ireland’s many hostels.
  5. Self-Catering
    When it comes to finding your home from home, there’s no better way of finding that special place for a magical and memorable visit to Northern Ireland than by choosing one of the many self-catering options to be found right across the country.
  6. Camping & Caravanning
    It's the freedom and facilities that attract people to camping and caravanning. Here in Northern Ireland you’ll find the best campsites and caravan parks all across our counties. What’s more, because it’s so easy to get around here – from mountains to shores and from city skylines to forest canopies – both camping and staying in a caravan make for an amazing way to just pack up, get out there and discover everything that Northern Ireland has to delight and inspire you.
  7. Family friendly Accommodation
    As a family you'll be spending your days trekking through forest parks, exploring new towns and villages and maybe even splashing in the sea, so it’s essential that everyone gets a good night’s sleep. The sea and country air will be a strong ally in your battle of the night-time wind down, but even if that doesn’t help we have plenty of cosy places where you can lay your hat and call home.
  8. Pet friendly
    We love our pets. And yours too. Right across Northern Ireland, you will always find a place where you and your pet are both welcome to stay. So, to help you plan your trip better, here is a handy list of pet friendly accommodation.
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