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All Aboard – Time to Discover Belfast

Posted on by Sarah S

Birthplace to the Titanic and gateway to Northern Ireland, Belfast has earned a reputation as a top city destination packed with history, culture, exciting events, great food and super shopping. A must-see attraction on a city break is Belfast’s newest 5* visitor attraction, HMS Caroline – one of the few surviving ships from the First World War. [...]

Offer of the week: Rembrandt Exhibition

Posted on by Carla

Enjoy 2 nights B&B and one evening meal at the 4* Clayton Hotel, Belfast, from only £188 per room* Get cultured at the Ulster Museum this month and see Rembrandt’s Self Portrait at the Age of 63, a much-loved work from the National Gallery Collection in London, as part of the UK Masterpiece Tour This [...]

Northern Ireland: A Mountain Bikers Paradise

Posted on by Chris

With over 110km of purpose-built singletrack opened across five trail centres in the last two years, Northern Ireland is fast becoming one of Europe’s most talked about mountain biking destinations. With stacks of MTB-friendly accommodation options near each trail centre and a great selection of cafes and restaurants where you can load up on your [...]

Ten things to see at the Ulster Museum

Posted on by Lesley-Ann

Found in the beautiful Botanic Gardens of Belfast, the Ulster Museum is one of Northern Ireland’s most loved treasures. With dinosaurs, Egyptian mummies and artistic masterpieces on display, the kids will love it. And what’s more, as the museum is free to visit, parents will love it too! So take the family to the Ulster [...]

8 Family activities to try out in Northern Ireland

Posted on by Nial

If you’re looking for something to keep the kids entertained, then look no further. To help you plan some fun-filled family breaks, we’ve pulled together a list of 8 great family activities to enjoy around Northern Ireland. 1. Ulster Museum: From dinosaurs to an Egyptian Mummy, a trip to the Ulster Museum in Belfast can [...]