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Beautiful barn in the most serene location
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Barn · 2 guests · 1 bed · 1 bathroom

Beautiful barn in the most serene locationA unique and charming barn located on the shores of Strangford Lough. The barn has been renovated over the last year and is exceptionally quaint and cosy. There is currently no Wi-Fi and the TV is only set up to play DVDs meaning the barn is perfect for any couple looking to switch off from technology and enjoy the serenity of the location surrounded by natural beauty and the sound of wildlife. There are some great pubs and restaurants within a short drive or walking distance of keen walkers.

Drumlin Barn
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Entire guest house · 2 guests · 1 bed · 1 bathroom

Drumlin BarnLocated in a beautiful area of Co Down, Drumlin Barn is a one bedroom self contained, self catering ground floor apartment (in a stable conversion). The open plan sitting room/kitchen is bright, modern and airy.The bedroom has an ensuite wet room with shower. The apartment is pet friendly. WHEN MAKING A REQUEST PLEASE TELL US WHO IS IN YOUR PARTY AND IF YOU ARE PLANNING ON BRINGING ANY PETS.

Ballymacashen Cottage
Entire cottage · 2 guests · 2 beds · 1 bathroom

Ballymacashen CottageBallymacashen Cottage is a 19th century traditional Irish cottage set in a rural setting in the heart of County Down. Relax and enjoy this cosy cottage, with a wood burning stove and quiet surroundings, or enjoy a variety of outdoor activities on offer in the area. We are spoilt with local pubs and restaurants in the nearby villages of Balloo and Lisbane, but the cottage is also only 13miles from Belfast City Centre. The cottage has 1 bathroom, 1 bedroom, a kitchen and living room.

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Popular amenities for Derryboye holiday rentals

  • Kitchen
  • Wifi
  • Pool
  • Free parking on premises
  • Air conditioning

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An art and garden lover's hideaway
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Beautiful location! The Moorings, Whiterock Bay
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  • Alternative Belfast Walking Tour
    I will take you beyond the tourist destinations to the heart and soul of the city: You'll see Belfasts underground sights, world-famous street art, haunts and hangouts of the famous and infamous; the landmarks of dockers, punks, sports stars and musicians and the art deco architecture that goes unnoticed. I don't hold back any of my own personal frustrations and give frank and honest opinions on decisions the city has made. It will be a great opportunity to experience Belfasts alternative cultures while paying what you can afford if you feel I deserve it! Other things to note Private bookings for the weekend or different specific times can be arranged.
    From Price:£1/person
  • Learn how to throw axes!!!
    Following a warm welcome and guest sign in, the first thing we will do is a full safety briefing. This covers all aspects of our activity from beginning to end and provides guests with an opportunity to ask any questions they might have. Once this is complete we'll begin focussing on the basic technique of axe throwing and what is involved to do it well. Then it is axe throwing time where guests take their position in front of our targets! After a few goes they become accustomed to throwing and start to lose any inhibitions they might have had to begin with. All the while, I will be observing them and offering tips on technique and hints on how they can improve. We then slowly introduce a range of styles working towards some really fun throws that will really challenge them. Examples might be, 2 axes at once, a rapid fire round or throwing with the axes facing backwards. And finally, it's all vs all and time to put their new skills to the test in our golden axe competition! Other things to note Any difficulties in finding us, ask any member of the Cityside team to point you towards the axe throwing!
    From Price:£22/person
  • A History of Terror City Walking Tour
    Starting at Belfast city hall (we meet at the front gates of City Hall in Donegall Square North) and finishing by the Beacon of Hope beside the river Lagan, the tour visits 7 locations in the city centre where major events occurred during the conflict. We start with a short introduction to Irish / British history and why the Troubles start in the late 1960’s. Over the course of 1.5 miles and 2 hours and 15 minutes we then tell the stories of each site; what happened and why, who was involved, and the effect these attacks had on the city and its people, affecting nearly every part of our daily lives. We also demonstrate the impact of the peace process; you will witness the social and cultural regeneration of the city as we walk through the Cathedral Quarter and waterfront areas where you will also see some of the street art that demonstrates our newfound vibrant culture. Throughout the tour we use visual aids with images of the Troubles and the places we visit from the 1960’s, 70’s & 80’s to help you envisage the realities of life then compared to now. The tour is factual and historically accurate to ensure it is unbiased and non-partisan, but we also weave our own stories into the tour to bring our history to life for you. There is also time built into the tour to ensure that questions are encouraged from guests and that our answers are meaningful.
    From Price:£18/person
  • Tailored tours of Ireland's Mountain
    We will hike in the Mourne Mountains shaped by ice during the last Ice Age 12000yrs ago, forged by fire and gentled by rain, water and man. You will be lead off the tourist trail where you will feel like you are the only people on the hill. Knowing the mountains as well as I do and being a qualified Mountain leader, I will be able to take you to places off the beaten track where you will see the hills in their unspoiled condition and be free from the hustle and noise of other walkers. You will feel like you own the mountains. You will take in the magnificent views glacial valley below Slieve Donard, the highest mountain in the range at 850 metres. We can can also take you on this walk at night where you can watch the sun set behind the mountains and watch the night sky without the interruption of light pollution. You will be shown the mountain plants, and flora as we walk and my experience and knowledge will enable you to see the wildlife in the sky and under our feet. Your enjoyment and safety is our priority and you will return invigorated. Other things to note Maximum number of walkers: 5. The walks are graded at easy, up to 5 hours walking. Moderate Challenging, 7-9 hours walking
    From Price:£80/person
  • Belfast's Troubled History Tour
    The tour starts after we meet at Belfast's City Hall. Your guide will help you understand how the city developed from a small settlement to the "Northern Powerhouse" in Ireland. You'll hear about the major industries based in Belfast and how they played a part in our troubled history and the partition of Ireland. You’ll also discover how Brexit has impacted Northern Ireland. You'll visit the Titanic & War Memorials plus the main sites associated with the Linen industry and the Victorian period. You'll discover the major figures from Belfast and find out how religion and cultural divisions impacted Ireland and Belfast in particular. You then move to the oldest parts of town including the Cathedral Quarter and High Street areas. Your guide will point out some amazing street art along the way and tell you the stories behind some of the stand-out pieces and how they reflect our conflict. You'll hear about famous people, times and places and you'll discover how the legacy of the troubles has changed the landscape of the area. You'll witness the recent changes to the city and how the Titanic disaster became a success. Your tour will ends at the city Hall. The tour covers approx 1.5 miles and lasts 2 hours.
    From Price:£20/person

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