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Awaken your Giant Spirit

  1. Male and female couple taking a selfie in front of Glenariff Waterfall at Glenariff Forest Park.

    For a short, but perfectly formed break away, there’s no better place than County Antrim. So say goodbye to Belfast city - just for now – and turn towards the open road. And what a road it is. 

  2. Sallagh Braes in the Glens of Antrim

    Antrim is a county with big stories to tell. It’s home to Northern Ireland’s capital city, Belfast, birth place of the Titanic, the world-famous Giant’s Causeway, and it serves as a great launching pad for travels across the rest of Northern Ireland. 
     

  3. Dunluce Castle is located dramatically close to a headland that plunges straight into the sea, along the North County Antrim coast.
    1. Activities & Attractions in Antrim
      Antrim’s position in the north-east corner has given it a central role in the history of Northern Ireland and its neighbours. The county is peppered with some of the finest castles and historical heritage sites on the island. As you make your way around, it’s not hard to see why it has been chosen as the location for so many TV shows and movies known for their epic grandeur and scale.
    2. Food & Drink in Antrim
      Visitors to Antrim are spoilt for choice when it comes to food and drink. While Belfast is a lively city, it’s also surrounded by small market towns and villages across County Antrim awash with artisan food makers and top-class restaurants that pride themselves on using fresh local produce.
    3. Accommodation in County Antrim
      There is so much to see and do in County Antrim that by day’s end you’ll look forward to tucking your weary head into a warm and comfortable bed. Dotted throughout Antrim you’ll find top-class accommodation option to suit every budget. Whether it’s a B&B or five-star hotel, you’re guaranteed a warm welcome.
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