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Friels Bar & Restaurant

Friels Bar & Restaurant

This listed building hints at a bygone era with its century old heritage and picture perfect exterior. In the public bar you will get a real feel of the old world and the open fire gives a cosy glow and adds to the character.

Derry Craft Village

Derry Craft Village

Take a step back in time when you visit this charming Craft Village, located in the heart of the city. This village combines craft shops, balconied apartments, a licensed restaurant and a coffee shop.

Moneymore Model Village

Moneymore Model Village

A Victorian walled garden, located behind the Manor House in Moneymore, forms the location of the 1622 Model Village depicting the buildings and life in rural Moneymore at the time of the 17th Century plantation.

Tara Lodge

Tara Lodge

Situated in the beautiful seaside village of Castlerock on Northern Irelands Antrim Coast. 5 Star NITB approved. Luxury detached, two storey cottage-style house, within 5 minutes walk to the beach, shops, restaurants, train stop and golf courses.

The Bushtown Hotel

The Bushtown Hotel

Originally a thatched country cottage it has evolved over the years to the ‘Bushtown Hotel’ of today, a modern 3 star hotel, which has adapted comfort & elegance to the legacy & charm of that original thatched cottage.

Beech Hill Country House Hotel

Beech Hill Country House Hotel

Beech Hill is a privately owned 18th century country house which boasts excellent cuisine, friendly atmosphere and luxurious bedrooms. The hotel has a chapel, extensive library and 32 acres of mature parkland with waterfalls and thriving wildlife.

Causeway Holiday Homes – The Mallow

Causeway Holiday Homes – The Mallow

A delightful modern townhouses set in the scenic surroundings on the famous North Coast of Northern Ireland. Located in a secure and quiet area, these townhouses are ideally suited for families or people just wanting a relaxing holiday. The idyllic setting is perfectly placed to take advantage of the many benefits to be found along the Causeway Coast, a designated area of natural beauty.

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.

Roe Valley Power Station

Roe Valley Power Station

In the Roe Valley Country Park is Ulster’s oldest hydro-electric station. Erected in 1896 to generate electricity for commercial use and operated from here under the guidance of local genius J.E.Ritter

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Antrim Town

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