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A scenic and wonderfully traffic-free route.
A series of mountain joining the high Sperrins to the north coas
Three to four day route taking in the arc of the Sperrin Mountains and Lough Foyle.
Cycling, scenery and food. Take in the sights, smells and taste of the Sperrins.
All the comfort of a hotel stay with a cooked breakfast the next morning.
15 Aird Clachan is a 4 Star modern cottage approx. one mile from the Giants Causeway.
The Lookout Glenarm, Causeway Coast and Glens
The Argory was built in the 1820s and its hilltop location offers wonderful views over the gardens..
The Farmhouse is a spacious 4 bedroom detached property. It’s location in Carnalbanagh (5miles ...
Located in the heart of the city, but just outside the walls, it dates from 1887.
The Ryandale is a family run business known for its warm welcome and friendly atmosphere.
The Gobbins is a unique coastal experience at Islandmagee, along the Causeway Coastal Route.
A scenic and wonderfully traffic-free route through mid-Ulster, this is one of the most romantically wild areas in Ireland. The Sperrin mountains are both rugged and curvaceous with many stopping places of interest.
Cycling, scenery and food; it’s a winning combination. This experience will get you tracing the ancient routes of settlers by bike visiting fascinating archaeological sites and local food producers along the way before concluding with lunch.
All the comfort of a hotel stay with a cooked breakfast the next morning. Our 40 charming en suite lake-side rooms offer single, double or family occupancy. Each room includes an LED TV, iron and board, hairdryer, tea/coffee making facilities.
15 Aird Clachan is a 4 Star modern cottage approx. one mile from the Giants Causeway on the stunning North Antrim Coast.
The Lookout is situated in the beautiful and tranquil village of Glenarm, nestled at the foot of Glenarm Glen, first of the nine glens of Antrim and on the 120 mile Causeway Coastal route.
The Argory was built in the 1820s and its hilltop location offers wonderful views over the gardens and 320 acre wooded riverside estate.
The Farmhouse is a spacious 4 bedroom detached property. It’s location in Carnalbanagh (5miles from Glenarm) provides the perfect location for a rural escape with wonderful views and fresh air, as well as allowing easy access to the beautiful ...
Fashioned in neo-gothic style, the Guildhall is one of the most striking buildings in the North West and was originally built in 1887. The building now boasts a multifaceted tourism experience providing a central hub for visitors exploring the city
Where a warm friendly welcome awaits you. Ideally situated in the historic village of Moy, where the famous Moy Fayre was held. Convenient to M1 Motorway, Dungannon and Armagh. Lots of tourist attractions around the locality.
The Gobbins is a unique coastal experience at Islandmagee, on the first part of the Causeway Coastal Route as you journey north from Belfast.
With its wide open spaces and unspoilt natural beauty, Northern Ireland's Tyrone & Sperrins region is the ideal place for slowing down and getting away from it all.
Dominated by windswept, heather-clad slopes, weekend wanders in the Sperrins is what
Northern Ireland has some fantastic scenic drives - many of which you can cover in a day or short break - with countless stunning places to take that memorable photograph. Here are just some of our top suggestions:
With so many diverse landscapes in Northern Ireland, we have put together a list of our most spectacular natural wonders and manmade structures that every walker should experience first hand.
When it comes to scenic spots in Northern Ireland we really are blessed! From the Mourne Mountains to the breathtaking Causeway Coast and Glens.
And now that Spring is well and truly in full swing, we suggest you get out and experience some of our best
Take a fresh look at County Tyrone and you’ll discover a wealth of hidden gems.
As the leaves start changing colours and the nights draw in, there’s no better time to pull on the walking boots and take an autumn walk whilst enjoying some of the most spectacular and colourful landscapes that Northern Ireland has to offer.
Northern Ireland is rapidly becoming a ‘must see’ destination on the world map and in turn, some incredible landscapes are being revealed to walkers of all ages and abilities.
Places to Tell them You’ll Love them Forever
Look beyond the Walled City’s main attractions and you’ll find plenty more to grab your attention.
Northern Ireland is crammed with natural wonders that can make you gasp in sheer appreciation of their beauty. Here are a few of our best natural assets to explore, love and enjoy.
With open fires, thatched roofs, home brews and award winning food all to be found en route to warm you up, the scenery won’t be the only thing inspiring you to get out walking!
We’ve put together some of our top walks conveniently located next to bars
Discover more soul-stirring scenery in Fermanagh and Tyrone. 48 hours of extraordinary exploration among lakes and mountains.