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Causeway Hotel

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Owned by England's National Trust and flaunting a stunning location overlooking the Atlantic Ocean, this 1840s hotel is less than a half...

Dunadry Hotel

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This spacious, whitewashed former mill on 10 acres of land is a hotel of considerable charm. Renovations made use of large wooden components...

Hilton Templepatrick Hotel & Country Club

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Alongside a convenient location near the international airport and many of Belfast and County Antrim's leading visitor attractions—the...

Maldron Hotel

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The only hotel within Derry city's historic walls, the Maldron has an unequaled location a one-minute walk to Austins Department Store...

The Londonderry Arms Hotel

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What awaits at this lovely traditional inn are ivy-clad walls, gorgeous antiques, regional paintings, prints and maps, and lots of fresh...

The Old Rectory Guesthouse

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Upscale breakfasts are the big draw at Mary and Jerry Callan's well-appointed South Belfast house built in 1896 as a Church of Ireland...

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