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Hilton Hotel Belfast

Hilton Hotel Belfast

Situated on the River Lagan, the Hilton Belfast hotel is a 5-minute stroll from the city centre. Visit Belfast attractions like Waterfront Hall and the Stormont buildings or wander round Belfast Castle.Soak up river views from Sonoma Restaurant or enjoy a cocktail in Cables Bar. Executive Room guests enjoy Executive Lounge access with free continental breakfast.

Ballealy Cottage

Ballealy Cottage

Down a twisty lane, past ancient hedgerows and set in a woodland glen is a fairytale cottage.

Origami House

Origami House

As seen on BBC House of the Year. Extraordinary contemporary white and glass house, designed by award winning Architect Jane Burnside. The Origami House is set in beautiful landscaped gardens on the edge of the Glens of Antrim.

St. Eugenes Cathedral Derry City

St. Eugenes Cathedral Derry City

Built to the designs of JJ McCarthy in 1873 in a sparse Gothic style. The six-bay nave arcades are supported on octagonal shafts, with a clerestory, aisles and a short chancel flanked by north and south side chapels.

Ashbrook House

Ashbrook House

From the Plantation to the Seige, from Georgian Ireland to the US Marines in Derry, Ashbrook has played a part in every important stage of Derry’s History.

Enniskillen Masonic Hall

Enniskillen Masonic Hall

Constructed in 1932 to the designs of Benjamin Cowser and John MacGeagh, this carefully crafted masonic hall is one of the finest in Northern Ireland. It enjoys a prominent position at the junction of Dublin Road and Tempo Road in Enniskillen.

St. Patrick’s Holy Well – Belcoo

St. Patrick’s Holy Well – Belcoo

This water is reputed to be the coldest in Ireland. It is a place of pilgrimage for many local people who perform penitential stations during the old period of Lughnasa from the last weekend in July until August 15.

Downpatrick First Presbyterian Non-Subscribing Church

Downpatrick First Presbyterian Non-Subscribing Church

One of Downpatrick’s architectural gems.

Donaghadee Lighthouse & Pier

Donaghadee Lighthouse & Pier

Donaghadee is probably best known for its lighthouse and harbour. For centuries, it has been a haven for ships, and the harbour has been there from at least the 17th century. The harbour consists of two independent piers running north westwards out to sea; parallel nearer the shore, they converge at the outer ends to form a harbour mouth 150 feet (46 m) wide.

Lissan House

Lissan House

An enchanting country residence set within a 250 acre demesne. Home of the Staples family for nearly 400 years and reputedly the longest habitation by any single family of a country house in West Ulster.

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Antrim Town

Antrim is the county town of County Antrim in Northern Ireland. Antrim is a small town not frequently visited by tourists, yet it is one of the more historic towns in Northern Ireland with many interesting sights and buildings of historic note.

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