Wish you were here?

Cuq-en-Terrasses
Cuq-Toulza, France

Hilltop location,
stunning gardens,
peaceful atmosphere

Wish you were here?

Hotel Santa Maria
Rome, Italy

Near the river Tiber,
cheerful staff,
great breakfast

Wish you were here?

The Queen's Head
Penrith, U.K.

Village pub,
recently refurbished,
great for walkers

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Our selection of places to stay in Northern Ireland includes choices from Co. Antrim and Co. Tyrone.

  The stunning coastal scenery of Northern Ireland is one of its key features. One of its best sights, The Giant's Causeway, a curious formation of hexagonal basalt rocks, is, unsurprisingly, one of the region's main tourist attractions.

  As elsewhere, our selection in Northern Ireland offers a varied and interesting range to choose from: guesthouses, inns, restaurants-with-rooms and small hotels. Whichever, they all have the special qualities of hand-picked character and charm we seek out.

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Ash-Rowan Lodge

b12 Windsor Avenue, BT9 6EE, Belfast, 028 90661758
Attractive Victorian family house
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