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Welcome to Northern Ireland

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Discover Northern Ireland - Inspirational locations, stunning landscapes and the friendliest of welcomes.


Northern Ireland is a unique location. What makes it even more special is that it’s all so accessible. Every corner of the country is within a two hour drive so exploring our distinctive landmarks couldn’t be easier.


Northern Ireland has some of the finest castles on the island. The earliest are from Norman times, but fortified homes continued to be built well into the 17th century - much of Derry City dates from this era, including its encircling walls. Centuries of war, siege and expansion, have left a well-preserved legacy which is still there to be explored!


Back in the mists of time, some of our remotest areas were bustling! The first known dwelling on this island was found at Mountsandel near Coleraine (7000BC). Fermanagh and Tyrone are especially rich in Stone Age archaeology. Atop a windswept upland or in a lakeside field, await intriguing stones and earthwork. Can you solve the mystery of the 7 Beaghmore Bronze Age circles? Or the curious idols on Boa and White islands in Lough Erne? The Fermanagh lake was popular with Neolithic and early Christian Celts; its shoreline and islands full of burial and dwelling sites. 


Where to Stay » Hotels

La Mon Hotel & Country Club4 Star

41 Gransha Road Castlereagh Belfast , BT23 5RF    0044 2890448631

La Mon Hotel & Country Club is located 15 minutes from Belfast city centre and is nestled in the Co. Down countryside. For a relaxing getaway, experience La Mon’s...

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Where to Stay » Hotels

Armagh City Hotel3 Star

2 Friary Road Armagh , County Armagh   44 2837518888

Based in Armagh centre, the ‘city of saints and scholars’, many of our 93 rooms offer breath-taking views of the cathedral from your bedside. As one of the largest...

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