Northern Ireland Bed and Breakfasts
Discover Northern Ireland Bed and Breakfasts
If you’re interested in myths, legends, music, storytelling, fine cuisines, fresh sea food and friendly banter with fun loving locals then Northern Ireland is the place for you. Steeped in culture, this beautiful region has shaken off the shadows of its painful past and is now a peaceful, beautiful place to visit. Whether you’re looking for a cheap weekend break or a fun few days at a family-friendly bed and breakfast Northern Ireland won't disappoint.
Gazing out the windows of your bed and breakfast in Northern Ireland you are likely to see rugged mountains, wild ocean waves and emerald green fields. The Giant’s Causeway in Portrush is a natural wonder. Visited yearly by thousands of people from all parts of the globe, it is one of the rarest and most beautiful sights the region has to offer. This natural masterpiece is steeped in mythical tales of giants fighting and throwing great boulders across the wild Atlantic Ocean.
From the comfort of your B&B in Northern Ireland you can set out on a journey you’re not likely to forget. If you’re in Belfast visit the newly-opened Titanic museum, which tells the tale of the infamous and doomed vessel that was constructed in the city. The museum opened its doors 100 years after the tragic sinking of this enormous ship, and leads you through its history, from the boat's construction to her doomed maiden voyage.
If it's city life you're after, the vibrant streets of Derry are not to be missed. Take a tour of the city walls, visit the murals depicting scenes of its troubled past in the Bogside, and walk the Peace Bridge that unites a once-divided city, and shows you just how far it has come. Derry sits on the border of County Donegal, in the Republic of Ireland, and those seeking an active break can head over the border to spend a day in the wilds of the region exploring and admiring the rugged North West coastline.
The Irish are known the world over for their love of 'craic agus ceol' (fun and music) and, close to almost every Northern Ireland b and b you will find a bar or restaurant where you can sample the Guinness, try a local whisky or enjoy a pint as a traditional music session blares from the corner. After a few too many, start the morning after with an Ulster Fry, containing real Irish soda bread and potato farl. Northern Ireland b and b guests should also seek out the lovely little fishing villages of the Antrim coast where you can taste fish fresh of the boat.
This picturesque, stormy yet peaceful place has something to offer for visitors of all ages, from romantic restaurants to family hiking trips, surfing, horse riding, fishing and much more. Soak it all in from the comfort of your B&B. Northern Ireland certainly will not disappoint.
Destinations in Northern Ireland