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Awaken your Giant Spirit

  1. Couple enjoying cocktails on the balcony of Bullitt Hotel with a view of the Albert Clock and Belfast city.

    Tired of flowers, chocolates, cuddly teddy bears and the same old places? It’s time to have some fun on Valentine’s Day – and treat each other to something you really want – right here in Northern Ireland. Well, if you’re looking for inspiration you’ve come to the right place. Check out our Valentine’s Day ideas here – they might well spark some ideas of your own. 

    25 Jun 2020
  2. A male and female couple enjoying a walk along Murlough Beach with out of focus sand dunes and Mourne Mountains in the background. The lady's right arm is placed on the man's left arm.

    Love is in the air. And in quite a few very romantic locations around Northern Ireland too. Perhaps it’s down to the stunning scenery, the rolling landscapes, the dramatic coastline, the wild sea air. Who knows? But it does seem that there are places here where you just can’t help falling in love. And if you’d love to know just where they are, read on for inspiration for a romantic night away in Northern Ireland.

    25 Jun 2020
  3. Male and female couple relaxing and reading in reclining chairs by a window in the relaxation room at Killeavy Castle Hotel, Killeavy, County Armagh. The Mourne Mountains can be seen in the background.

    Having a baby on the way is a wonderful time. Though, let’s be honest, it can be a tiring one too. So, amidst all the planning and excitement, it’s good to factor in a holiday too. If you and your partner are looking for enchanting and relaxing baby moon ideas, you’ll find them right here, in Northern Ireland. 

    25 Jun 2020
  4. Exterior view of Blackhead Lightkeeper's House in Whitehead at dusk. The windows are illuminated by the interior lights while the lighthouse shines out towards the Irish Sea.

    If you’re looking for a romantic getaway with a difference, you’ve come to the right place. In among Northern Ireland’s city hotels, castles and friendly B&Bs are some very unusual holiday locations. In truth, some may well be a city hotel or a castle but they’ll have lashings of attitude and a unique spirit which makes them all the more interesting.
     

    19 Jun 2020
  5. Exterior of Narrow Water Castle in Warrenpoint, County Down.

    If you’re planning a romantic getaway, make it a spectacular one. Take your pick of magical 5* castle retreats or stately manor homes, all in the most stunning locations in Northern Ireland. And all with plenty of interesting things to see and do around them. So, make dreams come true with a castle stay in Northern Ireland - even if it is only yours for a few days. 

    25 Jun 2020
  6. A couple enjoying a picnic on the grounds of Lough Erne Resort in County Fermanagh. They are lying on a tartan blanket and have a hamper containing food and drink beside them. Lough Erne is in the background.

    Fermanagh is our lakeland county, filled with water in all its shapes and forms, from streams, rivers and canals to the two great lakes of Upper and Lower Lough Erne. It’s filled with forests too, fringing the waterways, making it the perfect place for you and your loved one to get away together.

    25 Jun 2020
  7. A couple enjoying a seafood meal and white wine at Mourne Seafood Bar in Belfast. The waiter is using a pepper mill on the lady's food. There is a large wine shelf behind the counter.

    Music may be the food of love, though understandably there will be times when you want something more substantial. Well, you’re in luck.

    19 Jun 2020
  8. Bedroom containing a four poster bed with padded headboard, a sofa and coffee table in front of a window, 2 armchairs in the corner and a desk and chair beneath a television.

    Romance is in the air in Northern Ireland. Dramatic scenery, ancient history, atmospheric cities and stunning coastal towns all make it somewhere to fall in love with. Indoors, there’s even more to love. With romantic hotels, enchanting cottages and inviting castles everywhere you go. You might just find it’s the places you stay that will really capture your heart.

    19 Jun 2020
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