Looking for a romantic break in the UK? Perhaps you want to head somewhere new to celebrate something special? Or maybe you’re searching for the perfect place to go for an unforgettable date? Either way, Northern Ireland is a great idea. Home to countryside, cities, beaches, woodland and more - a weekend here is a great way to reignite any flame.
Everyone knows that the accommodation has a huge part to play on a romantic weekend too. And in Northern Ireland, you’re in for a treat. Choose from log cabins with private hot tubs, country houses that feature four-poster beds and award-winning cottages and hotels that welcome everyone, and are even dog-friendly.
Book through us and we can help to put the finishing touches on your romantic holiday. As well as the best deals and last-minute offers, we can recommend the finest restaurants and bars to visit, the funniest activities on offer and the most special attractions to check out. So, if you’re looking to really impress your other half, choose a romantic stay in Northern Ireland.
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Whether you’re looking to plan the perfect date or wanting to head off with your other half, these are the most romantic towns and villages in Northern Ireland.
Discover the wonders of the Ulster Museum, an impressive cultural hub in Belfast. Immerse yourself in art, history, and science through fascinating exhibits and interactive displays. From ancient artefacts to modern masterpieces, there's something for everyone. Explore diverse collections, learn about Northern Ireland's heritage, and ignite your curiosity.
Address: Ulster Museum, Botanic Gardens, Belfast, BT9 5AB
Step back in time and immerse yourself in the Ulster American Folk Park, a unique open-air museum in Omagh. Journey through centuries of Irish emigration, explore authentically recreated buildings, and engage with costumed interpreters. Discover the stories of those who crossed the Atlantic and shaped American history.
Address: Ulster American Folk Park, 2 Mellon Road, Castletown, Omagh, BT78 5QU