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Cottage Holidays and Self Catering in County Antrim

County Antrim is one of the six counties found in Northern Ireland and sits in the North East of the country. It is home to the majority of Northern Ireland's capital, Belfast. The countryside of Antrim is made up of hilly areas, mountains and deep glens with clear water streams trickling through them, which are perfect for nature fans. Lovers of ancient sites and mysterious myths need look no further than Antrim, with Irish legends a vital part of visiting the county. Read more

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54.674870, -5.895310

"Lough Mill House" is a 2 bed holiday Cottage sleeping up to 4 guests in Newtownabbey. Located in County Antrim, north of Belfast, Newtownabbey is a thriving community. There are a number of bars in the area, as well as a number of well-stocked convenience stores, where you can stock up on supplies for your self-catered stay. The...

Prices from £162 per night

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54.665460, -5.666760

"The Nines" is a 1 bed holiday Hotel sleeping up to 2 guests in Bangor.

Prices from £125 per night

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54.586060, -5.927740

"OYO Queens Quarter" is a 1 bed holiday Hotel sleeping up to 2 guests in Belfast.

Prices from £157 per night

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54.716200, -5.803300

"Walter's Place" is a 1 bed holiday BandB sleeping up to 2 guests in Carrickfergus.

Prices from £145 per night

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54.608210, -5.868520

"Ashfield Bed & Breakfast" is a 1 bed holiday BandB sleeping up to 2 guests in Belfast.

Prices from £137 per night

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54.658070, -5.797580

"Gweebarra" is a 1 bed holiday BandB sleeping up to 2 guests in Holywood.

Prices from £120 per night

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54.553910, -5.773170

"Coach Road Cottages" is a 1 bed holiday Apartment sleeping up to 2 guests in Comber.

Prices from £98 per night

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54.662610, -5.675730

"Princetown Guesthouse" is a 1 bed holiday BandB sleeping up to 2 guests in Bangor.

Prices from £96 per night

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54.668300, -6.195720

"Crookedstone House" is a 1 bed holiday BandB sleeping up to 2 guests in Antrim.

Prices from £90 per night

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54.585150, -5.922660

"Lwr Ormeau Guest House" is a 1 bed holiday BandB sleeping up to 2 guests in Belfast.

Prices from £106 per night

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54.543460, -6.129960

"Annslea" is a 1 bed holiday BandB sleeping up to 2 guests in Lisburn.

Prices from £80 per night

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54.595790, -5.934660

"Jurys Inn Belfast" is a 1 bed holiday Hotel sleeping up to 2 guests in Belfast.

Prices from £221 per night

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54.595700, -5.933570

"The Flint" is a 1 bed holiday Hotel sleeping up to 2 guests in Belfast.

Prices from £192 per night

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54.593500, -5.935380

"Hampton By Hilton Belfast City Centre" is a 1 bed holiday Hotel sleeping up to 2 guests in Belfast.

Prices from £195 per night

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54.607870, -5.908650

"Titanic Hotel Belfast" is a 1 bed holiday Hotel sleeping up to 2 guests in Belfast.

Prices from £293 per night

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54.603370, -5.926750

"Ramada by Wyndham Belfast" is a 1 bed holiday Hotel sleeping up to 2 guests in Belfast.

Prices from £186 per night

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54.635310, -5.719750

"Clandeboye Lodge Hotel" is a 1 bed holiday Hotel sleeping up to 2 guests in Bangor.

Prices from £210 per night

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54.662160, -5.675530

"Ennislare House Guest Accommodation" is a 1 bed holiday BandB sleeping up to 2 guests in Bangor.

Prices from £90 per night

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54.591560, -5.922450

"Radisson Blu Hotel Belfast" is a 1 bed holiday Hotel sleeping up to 2 guests in Belfast.

Prices from £204 per night

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54.596510, -5.919810

"Hilton Belfast" is a 1 bed holiday Hotel sleeping up to 2 guests in Belfast.

Prices from £239 per night

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54.599220, -5.934870

"ibis Belfast City Centre" is a 1 bed holiday Hotel sleeping up to 2 guests in Belfast.

Prices from £155 per night

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54.595670, -5.934940

"The Fitzwilliam Hotel Belfast" is a 1 bed holiday Hotel sleeping up to 2 guests in Belfast.

Prices from £267 per night

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54.662350, -5.672530

"Astala Lodge" is a 1 bed holiday BandB sleeping up to 2 guests in Bangor.

Prices from £113 per night

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54.560620, -5.999990

"Balmoral Hotel, Belfast" is a 1 bed holiday Hotel sleeping up to 2 guests in Belfast.

Prices from £159 per night

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Discover County Antrim

The Giants Causeway is County Antrim's most popular tourist spot. As the result of an ancient volcanic eruption, it is made up of 40,000 (mostly hexagonal) basalt columns that interlock. Named as one of the greatest natural wonders in the United Kingdom, as well as being declared a World Heritage Site, a visit to County Antrim is not complete without seeing this amazing sight. There are many legends and stories to be heard about the Giant's Causeway. One legend claims that a Scottish giant, Benandonner, challenged an Irish giant, Fionn Mac Cumhaill, to a duel. The story continues that Fionn built the Causeway across the channel so that the giants could meet. Ambiguity surrounds the end of the legend. Another version, from Irish Mythology, is that Fionn Mac Cumhaill was a pagan hero that grew into a giant. Many of the structures found in the Causeway are linked to the legends, including basalt that looks like the Giant's boot. Legend has it that Benandonner lost it running back to Scotland. Find out what the locals think about the battle when you visit Country Antrim and see how many different versions you encounter! 

Many more legends can be found in the countryside of County Antrim. Ancient ruins, such as the Castles of Dunseverick and Kinbane, have enchanting stories of their own. Shane's Castle, found on the shores of Lough Neagh, is also a site that can be seen lots in the television series, Game of Thrones. As well as ancient architecture, the country is home to amazing loughs (lakes) and glens (valleys). The hilly and mountainous landscape has its own legendary history, with the mountain of Slemish thought to be the home of Saint Patrick when he was a young slave. Cairns can also be seen throughout the land; man-made piles of stones that have been used as land markers since ancient times. Spend time exploring the countryside of County Antrim and try to find some of these extraordinary, natural sculptures. 

Without a doubt, County Antrim is the place to visit if you are a fan of Irish legends and mythology, as well as if you want to delve into Ireland's past. Many ruins, castles, natural and man-made wonders await those wanting to hear stories of old and see amazing sights. Towns, such as Antrim and Ballymena and cities, such as Lisburn and Belfast, are great to visit for those craving something more metropolitan. However, County Antrim, from its great shores to its in-lands, is ideal for those looking for mystery and wonder in Ireland.