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Textile Artist currently using patchwork as a means for visual expression.
Luxury 2 bedroom apartment in a superb city centre location with lovely open views over the river.
Ballymote delights with renowned country house hospitality, informal effortless luxury & fab food.
Welcoming to Fairhead Lodge, a beautiful 3 bedroom house nestled in the Glens of Antrim on Fair Head
3 miles south of Lisnaskea on B127 Derrylin Road, signposted. Please enquire about our accessibility
Park is located in the village of Rostrevor and can be accessed from A2 Rostrevor/Kilkeel Road.
Off A2 coast road connection between Limavady and Coleraine (9 miles from each).
10 miles north of Enniskillen, off B82 Enniskillen/Kesh road.
Signposted off A29 between Coleraine and Portrush, approximately 1 mile from the centre of Portrush.
Nestled in the green hills of Castlereagh.
Lakeside View is situated close to Lough Aghery lake.
Textile artist Amanda May draws her inspiration from Native American, Indian and Eastern healing systems, seeking to express these ideas in a contemporary context.
A 10 minute walk to SSE Arena and Titanic Belfast, or 5 minute walk across the river to city centre with fabulous restaurants, bars, theatres. A 3 minute walk to Lanyon Place train station links to all the sights of Northern Ireland and beyond.
Ballymote delights in continuing the best of the renowned country house tradition, informal and apparently effortless hospitality, fabulous food and is as restful, or as relaxingly active, as you want it.
Fair head lodge is an ideal base to explore the beautiful North Antrim Coast: Giants’s Causeway, Dunluce Castle, Glens of Antrim, Bushmills Distillery, Carrick-a-Rede rope bridge, Cushendall, Murlough Bay, Rathlin Island, Dark Hedges and much more.
3 miles south of Lisnaskea on B127 Derrylin Road, signposted. Please enquire about our accessibility. Activity programme available to campers and caravanners during peak season, including temporary leisure suite membership. Chalets for hire.
Park is located in the village of Rostrevor and can be accessed from A2 Rostrevor/Kilkeel Road. The Park is located within Kilbroney Country Park, in a landscaped area overlooking Carlingford Lough.
Caravan park off A2 coast road, adjacent to Benone Blue Flag beach.
10 miles north of Enniskillen, off B82 Enniskillen/Kesh road. 18 miles from Omagh via Irvinestown or Kesh, signposted. Family park set in a rural setting with panoramic views, central location to restaurant and friendly pubs.
Signposted off A29 between Coleraine and Portrush, approximately 1 mile from the centre of Portrush. Close to all major tourist attractions such as the seaside resorts of Portrush and Portstewart, and the Giant's Causeway.
Nestled in the green hills of Castlereagh, Dundonald Touring Park offers a calm and peaceful location for caravaners and campers. The site is located 5 miles from Belfast, providing visitors with the ideal base for exploring the city.
Lakeside View is situated close to Lough Aghery lake. The quiet park is surrounded with scenic views of both mountains and countryside. All pitches an have excellent view of the lake giving the opportunity to watch the summer water sports.
With its world class attractions, stunning landscapes, delicious food and drink, and unique places to visit put Northern Ireland on your bucket list of must-do short breaks this year.
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