Holiday Cottages in Northern Ireland

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The Admiral

Coleraine, County Derry
  • Sleeps9
  • Bedrooms4
  • PetsYes
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A three-storey holiday home found at the centre of Coleraine in County Londonderry, Northern Ireland. Pet-friendly. Open fire. Private garden. Portstewart 4.3 miles; Portrush 5.3 miles; Londonderry 30.3 miles. (Ref. 954678)

7 nights from £566

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Strand Hill

Portstewart, County Londonderry, County Derry
  • Sleeps9
  • Bedrooms5
  • PetsYes
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A spacious, detached bungalow with WiFi in the town of Portstewart in County Londonderry, Northern Ireland. Storage for bikes. In thriving seaside town. Bedroom with skylight. Portrush 4.6 miles. (Ref. 965340)

7 nights from £489

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Hallmount Cottage

Belfast, County Antrim
  • Sleeps3
  • Bedrooms2
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This is a delightful cottage located next to the owner’s home just outside the wonderful city of Belfast. WiFi. Open fire. Belfast 4 miles. (Ref. 937120)

7 nights from £377

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Alken Caravan

Dunseverick near Bushmills, County Antrim, County Antrim
  • Sleeps6
  • Bedrooms3
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A traditional family caravan based on a remote holding site, surrounded by gorgeous countryside views of Bushmills in County Antrim. Electric fire. Private decking. Giants Causeway 5.4 miles; Ballycastle 8.2 miles; Portrush 11.1 miles. (Ref. 1008111)

7 nights from £304

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Sion Cottage

Sion Mills, County Tyrone
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A charming terraced cottage resting in Sion Mills, County Tyrone in Northern Ireland. Traditional. Historic building. Pet-friendly. Strabane 3.3 miles; Londonderry 17.7 miles; Enniskillen 37.2 miles. (Ref. 1053252)

7 nights from £250

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Northern Ireland is a fascinating, beautiful and diverse country that offers something for absolutely everybody to enjoy, at any time of year. It is a country typically known for its impressive scenery, however it offers an awful lot more.

Explore Northern Ireland's beautiful towns and cities

A series of attractive, captivating cities can be found in every corner of Northern Ireland; many of them are situated along the spectacularly craggy coastline. Derry/Londonderry, Portrush and, of course the capital city, Belfast are among those that enjoy the tremendous sea vistas, while also boasting a choice of superb Northern Ireland cottages as well as their own marvellous attractions which range from toe-tapping traditional Irish pubs to a wealth of capturing museums and examples of supreme architecture in abundance. The famous Titanic ship was built in the docks of Belfast, where now you can learn of its making, while the city is also famed for its past conflicts regarding Northern Ireland's status within the United Kingdom, you can now experience an eye-opening tour of what went on - a memory that you will never forget. You can enjoy a selection of stunning beaches in County Donegal, as well as the dramatic rock formation of Malin Head, which is also the most northerly point in Ireland.

Fantastic outdoor opportunities on a Northern Ireland getaway

North along the coast you can find the world-famous Giant's Causeway rock formation, while a ferry ride from charming Ballycastle will take you towards the spectacular Rathlin Island, benefiting from breath-taking surrounding views and hosting the mysterious and haunted Bruce Castle and ruins. Visitors to out holiday cottages in Northern Ireland are able to indulge on the golden sandy beaches of the North Coast, or discover a series of idyllic golf courses and masses of awe-inspiring walking and cycling opportunities with the expansive Lough Neagh and the Silent Valley Mountain Park among the most remarkable.

Does an unforgettable holiday in Northern Ireland sound like the perfect way to escape with your loved ones?