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Awaken your Giant Spirit

  1. Family Friendly Hotels | Discover Northern Ireland
    For a family short break, staying in a hotel just makes life easy. Leave the food prep to someone else, there's no dishes, your room magically tidies itself and best of all - there's a swimming pool!
  2. Family Activities and Attractions
    It's time to get booking your next family giant adventure. The great outdoors, thrilling activities and first class accommodation are all waiting for you to enjoy.
  3. A family of 2 parents and 2 boys with torches, sitting on the doorstep of a wooden glamping pod and cooking over a portable stove. A lantern sits on the grass in the foreground.

    If you and your family are looking for some real action with some memorable nights under canvas and board, then look no further than Northern Ireland. All across Northern Ireland you’ll find action-packed glamping holidays to satisfy all of your little and large adventure-seekers with a taste for something a bit different but very special.

  4. A teenage girl wearing an inflatable zorb and standing in front of football goal posts as part of the bubble football experience at The Jungle NI, Moneymore, County Londonderry.

    How do you keep a teenager happy? No, there’s no punchline coming. Just a whole lot of helpful ideas and brilliant things to do in Northern Ireland. Whether your teenagers are into water sports or turning into budding rally champions, there’s an experience waiting for them here. So, charge up the phone. These are memories they’ll want to keep.

  5. Young Families
    Holidays needn't take a back seat when you have young children - but the more prepared you are, the better. Use this collection as a guide on the best things to do and places to go with younger kids to help fill your days with lots of fun ideas.
  6. A miniature castle among the trees as part of the Narnia Trail at Kilbroney Park in Rostrevor, County Down.

    With play parks, picnic spots and endless places to hide and seek Northern Ireland is the perfect place for that camping trip you’ve always promised the kids. There is so much to do and see in the great outdoors of these six green and open counties that they’ll be fast asleep in their tent or caravan just in time for that glass of wine under the starry starry night.

  7. A father and daughter enjoying an interactive exhibit at the Seamus Heaney Exhibition at Seamus Heaney HomePlace in Bellaghy, County Londonderry.

    There are plenty of cool ways to fill your days in Northern Ireland. When the sun is shining you’ll be out and about in the wilds of the countryside, swinging through trees in play parks or mountain biking through forest. But you will need some down time too and there are lots of visitor attractions that all the family can enjoy with a healthy little dose of learning added for good measure.

  8. Bedroom in Everglades Hotel containing a double bed and single bed with bedside lockers with lamps on top. A wardrobe sits in the corner beside 2 armchairs and a table looking out the window.

    Northern Ireland is a very welcoming place, and when it comes to families... well you can be sure that we put on an extra special welcome!

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