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    Self-catering cottages in Northern Ireland for holidays and long weekend breaks

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    Find somewhere attractive and comfortable to stay in Northern Ireland and discover a fascinating places to visit with good coastal cottages, fishing and golf. Belfast has trendy places to be, with plenty of new bars, clubs, good restaurants and entertainment for weekend breaks. Which part of Northern Ireland would you like to explore?

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    The wonderful dune-backed sandy beaches have always been there; award winning Benone beach is one of several beautiful clean sandy beaches for family fun, or walks by the sea. Or, visit Whiterocks beach in Portrush for a superb stretch of sandy beach, cliff, caves and views of the Giant’s Causeway.

    Lots to do and see for everyone - not only golf, fishing and walking, although walkers would be pleased to tackle the Mourne mountains where Slieve Donard at 849 m is the highest peak. Find a holiday cottage, or place to stay, for a holiday, or long weekend break, and discover beautiful scenery, national parks, historic castles, museums and various other very Irish tourist attractions.

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    County Antrim, County Armagh, County Down, County Fermanagh, County Londonderry, County Tyrone

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    The largest British freshwater lake, Lough Neagh, is in Northern Ireland. People like to holiday near lakes. A stretch of water suddenly becomes an outdoor playground with fishing, boating, wind surfing and all kinds of water sports.   Holiday homes set against a backdrop of the water always look far more attractive. Find a holiday cottage near Lough Neagh and come for a relaxing break by the water.