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Awaken your Giant Spirit

  1. The Peace Bridge has become an integral part of the city’s infrastructure and is held in high regard by locals and visitors alike for its stunning physical beauty and in equal measures for the symbolic story it represents.
  2. Visitors enjoying picnics in the grounds of the Folk Museum
    Refresh the connection at Ulster Folk Museum, a place where traditions and heritage skills are preserved and celebrated to help shape future generations.
    1. 1 Oct 202428 Feb 2025
  3. Sample Family Itinerary
    Use this pre-built itinerary for inspiration, incorporating some of our top attractions, eateries and places to stay in Derry~Londonderry.
  4. The basalt stones at Giant's Causeway
    Flanked by the wild North Atlantic Ocean and a landscape of dramatic cliffs, the Giant's Causeway is a geological wonder and home to a wealth of history and legend. The 40,000 basalt stone columns left by volcanic eruptions 60 million years ago, has captured the imagination of all who see it.
    1. Situated beside the River Erne in County Fermanagh, was built almost 600 years ago by Gaelic Maguires. It was strategically important throughout its history. In the 17th century it became a garrison fort and later a military barracks. Enjoy the many seasonal events and exhibitions including The Inniskillings Museum within the castle grounds and Fermanagh County Museum's Medieval Maguires display.
      1. Welcome to Titanic Belfast, an award-winning visitor experience offering the opportunity to learn about Titanic’s history, just a few minutes from where the ship herself was famously designed, built and launched in 1911. This self-guided tour tells the Titanic’s story from conception through to its first and final journey across the Atlantic, as well as the historical and cultural impact on Belfast and beyond.
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      Awaken your Giant Spirit

      1. Welcome to Armagh City Hotel, where contemporary decor, spacious layouts, and modern conveniences come together to create a comfortable stay. Nestled in Ireland's oldest city, our elevated position offers panoramic views of a historic landscape, providing the perfect backdrop for your visit.
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        La Mon is a superb family owned Hotel located 15 minutes from Belfast city centre yet nestled away in the countryside. La Mon is the perfect venue for family breaks, romantic getaways or a long leisurely weekend.
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      3. An ideal tranquil location for exploring the Mourne Area of Outstanding Beauty but also with easy access to Belfast. The perfect base for exploring the attractions of the local area or just relaxing in the peace and privacy of the extensive grounds.
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        A place apart. Clandeboye Lodge is the warm welcome of Northern Ireland. The comfortable and cosy corner you won’t want to leave. Charm and service from dawn until dusk.
      5. Ideally located between the Glens of Antrim and the Causeway Coast, the Marine Hotel lies only 2 minutes from the beach and 2 minutes from the ferry terminal to Rathlin Island. The hotel has all conveniences including free WiFi throughout.
      6. Clayton Hotel is right in the centre of the action, near many local attractions such as the SSE Arena, Waterfront Hall, Victoria Square and Ulster Museum. The hotel is just a 10-minute taxi ride to the George Best Belfast City Airport.
      7. Spacious, luxurious 5 star cottages, each with spectacular sea views and superbly located on the Antrim Coast Road between the Giant's Causeway and Carrick-a-Rede Rope Bridge. The traditional courtyard is safe, peaceful and ideal for relaxation.
      8. What looks like a little row of cosy terraced houses hosts all of our Courtyard Bedrooms. Each house is uniquely structured to contain 3 to 4 individual courtyard bedrooms. Each are decorated in a true “Lusty Beg” style encapsulating the traditional comforts you would expect from a hotel. Our Courtyard rooms are made up of both Classic and Superior rooms.
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