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Blog (February 2021) - Discover Northern Ireland

Drown capture of Blessingbourne Estate, on a bright day, including the Estate, the grounds and the lake.

Meet some of Northern Ireland's Hospitality Couples

This February we are celebrating all things Love. Celebrate with us! We have interviewed five amazing couples who own and run tourism businesses in Northern Ireland. Take a read through their heart-warming stories and how their businesses came to life…

  • Drown capture of Blessingbourne Estate, on a bright day, including the Estate, the grounds and the lake.
    Categories: things to do

    Meet some of Northern Ireland's Hospitality Couples

    This February we are celebrating all things Love. Celebrate with us! We have interviewed five amazing couples who own and run tourism businesses in Northern Ireland. Take a read through their heart-warming stories and how their businesses came to life…

  • Giant's Causeway from the water's edge, looking back towards the coast. Waves are crashing on to the basalt columns.

    Random Acts of Kindness Day

    Random Acts of Kindness Day takes place on Wednesday 17th February - help us mark the occasion by getting involved. Our tourism and hospitality industry have had a tough year so we thought we woul..

  • Spiced Cabbage Terrine at Killeavy Castle Estate
    Categories: things to doFood & Drink

    Northern Ireland chefs serve up tempting vegan recipes

    Veganuary, the January challenge for people seeking to move to a plant-based diet has exploded in popularity with around half a million people worldwide signing up this year.

    Across Northern Ireland people have been embracing the vegan lifestyle with some even choosing to explore veganism beyond January. 

  • Metal sculpture of Aslan the Lion from the Chronicles of Narnia at C.S. Lewis Square in East Belfast at the intersection of the Connswater and Comber Greenway

    Top Northern Ireland reads

    We know it’s tough having to stay inside at the moment but now is the perfect opportunity to get stuck into some reading. 

    Northern Ireland is spoilt for choice with our rich literary talent, from Nobel Prize-winning poets to creators of childhood heroes and a crop of gifted up and coming writers.  

  • A silhouette of a couple with their backs towards the camera, looking out to the sunset over the waters at Birr Point in County Down.
    Categories: things to do

    Support Local this Valentine's Day

    Valentine’s day is almost here and while it may not quite be the romantic occasion we envisaged, local Northern Ireland tourism and hospitality businesses have come up with some wonderful ways to make sure love is still in the air this Valentine's Day! 

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