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Giants Causeway, Northern Ireland
Giants Causeway, Northern Ireland

Holiday Cottages In Northern Ireland

Discover the majesty of Northern Ireland

Northern Ireland is full of contrast from the bustling towns and cities to the magnificent coastal areas blessed with some of the most breathtaking scenery that you'll see anywhere in the world. has been in the minds of people for the wrong reasons. The natural magnificence of the landscape, the rich and diverse culture, and the many other attributes that makes Northern Ireland such a fantastic holiday destination. Stretching from Coleraine in the north to Warrenpoint in the south, and from Belfast to Strabane, a self-catering holiday in Northern Ireland is one you'll never forget.


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County Antrim

County Antrim, Northern Ireland
The Harbour at Ballintoy, County Antrim

Country Antrim is brimming with exciting attractions to appeal to all holiday makers. It's home to one of the United Kingdom's most spectacular natural wonders: the Giant's Causeway. These incredible basalt columns were caused by a volcanic eruption some 60 million years ago, and are protected as a UNESCO World Heritage Site. It's safe to say you won't see anything like them anywhere in the UK, if not the world.

Country Antrim is ideal for the person who enjoys being active outdoors, with plenty of walking and cycling trails, golf galore, historical castles, beautiful gardens, and lots of opportunity to get wet from surfing to coasteering. From ancient landmarks to the very modern city of Belfast, Antrim's charms will keep you happily occupied whether you're there for a weekend or several weeks.

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County Down

County Down, Northern Ireland
Mourne Mountains, County Down

Down is a fantastic choice for those wanting to explore the mountains around Mourne country. Not only is it beloved by walkers, it has expertly designed golf courses which will challenge even the lowest handicapped player. While you're in Down be sure to check out the Ulster Folk and Transport Museum, where kids and young-at-heart can get a good impression of what life was like back in the day. Tollymore Forest Park in Newcastle, and the Silent Valley and Ben Crom Reservoirs are great for a day out, while gardeners will appreciate the beauty of the Walled Garden in Bangor, and the grounds of Castle Ward.

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County Londonderry

County Londonderry, Northern Ireland
Train journey from Coleraine to Londonderry
Londonderry is fortunate to have some of the best coastline in the country. A terrific way to see it is on the train from Londonderry to Coleraine, while driving along the Causeway Coastal Route is a pleasure in life that should not be missed. Derry boasts not one, but three Areas of Outstanding Natural Beauty (AONB): The Causeway Coast, Binevenagh, and the Causeway Coast and Glens, including Rathlin Island. The capital of Londonderry is surrounded by wide walls which you can walk along, circuiting the city at your own pace and stopping to explore areas which catch your attention.

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