Tag Archives: time together

Loved-Up Getaways in Northern Ireland: On the Lakes

Posted on by 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. On the Lakes Is the city too lively and you don’t like to be beside the seaside? Don’t worry, Northern [...]

Weekend Wanders in the Sperrins

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With its wide open spaces and unspoilt natural beauty, Northern Ireland’s Tyrone & Sperrins region is the ideal place for slowing down and getting away from it all. Dominated by windswept, heather-clad slopes, weekend wanders in the Sperrins is what this place is made for. As Northern Ireland’s largest least explored mountain range, The Sperrins offer [...]

10 Romantic Locations in Northern Ireland

Posted on by Carla

According to old tradition, a leap year is the perfect chance for a woman to take matters into her own hands and get down on one knee! Have a look at some of the most romantic spots in Northern Ireland that offer the perfect backdrop for that memorable moment. 1. The romantic cathedral city of Armagh [...]

10 Things to do in Northern Ireland: 15-21 February

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Have a look at what’s happening this half-term week in Northern Ireland. Interested in a day full of activities for all the family? Take a day trip to the Carrowmena Activity Centre. Or why not have a splish and a splash, and take part in the Northern Ireland Puddle Jumping Championships at Castle Espie? NI Science Festival [...]

Loved-up Getaways in Northern Ireland: By the Sea

Posted on by Rachel

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. By the Sea The ocean has romance written all over it; waves crashing, winds whooshing and the sun setting over the [...]

Unique & Romantic Getaways in Northern Ireland

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City breaks are a great way to spend some time together, but if cocktails, shopping and romantic meals don’t strike a chord with you, there are some wonderfully unique properties in Northern Ireland perfect for a weekend getaway that’s a little different. Avish Cottage, Derry~Londonderry A traditional, restored property, 4*Avish Cottage is warm, homely and romantic. [...]

Ten Things to do in Northern Ireland this week!

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Looking for something to do this week?  Check out our list of 10 exciting things to do in Northern Ireland over the next week.zorb ball A Summer of Archaeology, Ulster Museum, Belfast, until August 31. Indulge in a summer of archaeology and discover the history through the eyes of this year’s theme, the Georgians with a [...]

Hot Outdoor Activities in Northern Ireland

Posted on by Sarah

With the warmer weather finally coming our way it’s time to try some of Northern Ireland’s hottest new outdoor activities…   Cable Wakeboarding at the Titanic Quarter Situated in possibly one of the coolest locations in Belfast, at the end of the famous Titanic Slipway, Cable and Wake have made it possible for you to [...]

Clipper Around The World Race & Legenderry Maritime Festival 2014

Posted on by Rachel

Preparations are underway in Derry~Londonderry for the return of the Clipper Round the World Yacht Race with one of the most exciting events planned for the year, a week-long LegenDerry Maritime Festival from 21-29th June 2014. The banks of the Foyle are set to transform into a summer promenade, complete with race village, marine marquees, [...]

Discovering the beauty of County Fermanagh

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Guest blog by Laurence White, Belfast Telegraph If you really want to reach millions of people without spending a fortune on advertising, then starring in a network television series is the way to do it. Well it works for Crom Castle, near Newtownbutler in Co Fermanagh, whose turrets and crenellated towers are much in evidence [...]