Loved-Up Getaways in Northern Ireland: In the City

February 7, 2017

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Sarah S

Looking for somewhere different this February to whisk your other half away? Northern Ireland is full of romantic haunts and we’ve put together a super itinerary that’s big on love, low on planning and guaranteed to impress.

In the City

If your favourite is more about glittering cities than shimmering seas, then choose a mini break in Belfast.

Luxury hotels, great shopping, Michelin restaurants, pubs, clubs and hot cocktail bars are two a penny in this city.

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If you’re out to impress, you’ll be stuck for choice with the lineup of city centre hotels on offer.

Bring out your inner hipster. Pop Champagne in the spa. Book minimalist no frills. There’s something to suit all pockets – and styles.

City Breaks Belfast

If you’re a keen shutterbug, check into a hotel with fascinating city views before a stroll through the city taking in the vibrant sights and sounds of Belfast.

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A mere stone’s throw away from the city centre, there’s the legendary 5* Titanic Belfast, where you can discover the fascinating history of the world’s most famous ship.

You can also dine on-board with a romantic afternoon tea in the Titanic Suite. With the stunning replica staircase as your back drop, indulge in sweet treats and classic scones.

Titanic Belfast

If you’re looking for brunch and fashionable boutiques, then a visit to Lisburn Road is a must, and don’t forget Queen’s Film Theatre for offbeat screenings.

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Grab a show and a VIP seat in one of Belfast’s top arts venues and get set for a night of great culture. From comedy to the contemporary, Belfast has got it all.

For more inspiration on loved-up getaways in Northern Ireland, have a look at Northern Ireland On The Lakes and book your short break today.

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