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  1. 2 female guests relaxing in a hot tub with smoothies in the serenity garden at the thermal village at the Galgorm Resort & Spa, Ballymena, County Antrim.

    Ah, Spa Hotels. Even the sound of them helps you relax just a little. So, imagine how you’ll feel when you actually spend time in one of the many fabulous ones here in Northern Ireland. And, of course, experience all the mouth-watering food, spectacular walks - and more - that goes with them. Here’s a list of Spa hotels that you might want to check out. Or rather check in, for a spa break in Northern Ireland. 

    25 Jun 2020
  2. Exterior of Culloden Estate and Spa at dusk. Exterior lighting illuminates the hotel, driveway and fountain.

    Nestled here or discreetly hidden away there, Northern Ireland has some of the most stunning 5* escapes on the planet - from glorious country manors and coastal estates, to fairytale castle demesnes and chic city retreats.  

    19 Jun 2020
  3. A Victorian style bedroom at The Merchant Hotel, Belfast. High ceilings, high windows, a 4 poster bed and suite of furniture occupy the room.

    Northern Ireland has some of the best 5* city escape hotels and apartments hiding away in plain sight. If you want to add a touch of chic or a spark of urban razzle-dazzle to your weekend away, here are some of the ritziest places around. 

    19 Jun 2020
  4. Lounge chairs by the window in the spa at Slieve Donard Resort and Spa in Newcastle, County Down. The view is of Slieve Donard and the Mourne Mountains.

    Less than two hours from Dublin and less than 30 minutes from Belfast, County Down with its rolling hills, majestic loughs and attractive towns and villages is the place to come to when you want to shake off the working week, unwind, relax and indulge in some of the finer things in life. 

    25 Jun 2020
  5. A plate of food at Michelin star restaurant Muddler's Club in Belfast

    There’s no doubt that Northern Ireland has put itself on the culinary map in recent years. It’s a fact that’s been recognised in the growing number of Michelin star or Bib Gourmand restaurants now on the scene. And it means you know you’re in for a gastronomic delight – whether you’re pushing the boat out for a special occasion or having a more modest night out. So, who are the stars?

    25 Jun 2020
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