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Banagher road self catering consists of a newly refurbished house and barn, it offers guests a ...
Aghaloo House is a stunning and contemporary five-bed, family-friendly house.
Glenshane Country House is an elegant self-catering property.
Quarry Loft Self Catering Holiday Apartment
A perfect cosy, countryside getaway.
Charming and stylish two-bed cottage in Northern Ireland’s heartland.
The cottage is located in Mid Ulster is suitably situated to explore all tourist sites in Ulster.
Situated on the scenic shores of Carlingford Lough.
This lovely spacious private wing is attached to a Georgian family home set in its own mature garden
Peartree Hill is perfect for a luxuriously relaxing break. Looking out towards Scrabo.
The loft is a hidden gem providing character and charm.
Banagher road self catering consists of a newly refurbished house and barn, it offers guests a tranquil rural setting with all the comforts of modern living. The houses are based a few miles outside Dungiven town, ideally located off the main A6 ...
Aghaloo House is a stunning and contemporary five-bed, family-friendly house situated within the lush Co Tyrone countryside just a stone’s throw from the local towns and villages.
Glenshane Country House is an elegant self-catering property situated at the top of the Glenshane Pass between Belfast and Derry.
This luxurious accommodation is set in rural Mid Ulster with panoramic views of the Sperrin Mountains.
A perfect cosy, countryside getaway for family, friends or couples in the heart of Mid Ulster.
Situated close to the shores of Lough Neagh, Quarry Loft is picturesque with a large spacious garden.
Charming and stylish two-bed cottage in Northern Ireland’s heartland
Robeth Cottage is a cosy, beautifully designed, holiday home nestled in a peaceful location set against the breathtaking Co Tyrone rural backdrops.
Laure Hill Cottage was built in 2011.
Approximately 30 minutes from Portstewart/Portrush and Giant’s Causeway.
“Glensheelin, Glensheeling, I’m dreaming to be, Where the dark Mourne Mountains, sweep down to the sea…”
Situated on the scenic shores of Carlingford Lough, where the ancient oak forest at the foot of Slieve Martin meets Kilbroney Forest.
This lovely spacious private wing is attached to a Georgian family home set in its own mature gardens and grounds half a mile from Broughshane. It has its own private entrance from a courtyard with free parking.
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.
The loft is a hidden gem providing character and charm. It retains much of the original stonework and has been tastefully furnished. This delightful 2 storey building can comfortably accommodate 4 people. Ideal for families.
In Northern Ireland, accommodation providers can choose to be associated with Tourism Northern Ireland's Star Grading Scheme. We use a five level star grading system to indicate the standard of customer care, quality, condition and range of
Stage 3: County Armagh (46 miles/75 km) The third section of the Giro d’Italia started in the City of Armagh and finished in the Republic of Ireland’s capital city of Dublin. But you can finish in Northern Ireland and take time to explore the Ring
It's easy to get around Northern Ireland. Good roads, public transport and a range of discount passes will help you get to many of our most popular attractions and picturesque landscapes with minimal hassle.
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In May 2014, Northern Ireland went ‘pink’ with enthusiasm when the prestigious Giro d’Italia cycle race started in Belfast.
Northern Ireland has some wonderful dog-friendly restaurants, pubs and bars. We know pets are part of the family, so we've got a list of the bars and eateries that will welcome your furry friend just as warmly as you.
Amazing scenery combined with delicious food, these cycle trails will take foodies on a culinary tour of some of the best local produce in Northern Ireland. Paniers at the ready…
The Belfast Visitor Pass is just the ticket to save you time and money.
This 135 mile (217.3 km) circular route takes you from Belfast along Northern Ireland’s spectacular Causeway Coast, through the Glens of Antrim and back. The route once again is on-road, but off-road routes can be found at CycleNI.com