Accommodation Guide to Ulster

Ulster is synonymous with Northern Ireland, which is the only part of the Emerald Island associated with the UK. Known for its stunning landscape and staunchly independent cities, Ulster is an easy traveller favourite.

Belfast is the capital city, and it has the best selection of hotels, pubs and historical attractions in the region. This is also the likeliest gate of entry, especially for visitors from mainland UK, which is why so many tourists pick up their Ulster hire car here.

The Giant's Causeway is a UNESCO-honoured natural attraction in County Antrim. This collection of cubic rock formations looks like it was cut by human hands - albeit very large ones. Today, it's a favourite driving destination for tourists across the region.

Ulster also hosts Derry, a quirky city with ample history, great cafés and a burgeoning art scene. This is an increasingly popular place to be based while visiting the region, and its bloc of hotels is growing.

 

County Antrim

Has it all, from spellbinding coastal scenery to the world-class Bushmill's distillery; the pub-and-café culture in Belfast is without peer.

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County Derry

Is steeped in history and culture, Derry is the 2nd biggest city in Northern Ireland. The city is also known as Londonderry.

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County Donegal

Is Ireland's northernmost county, and its otherworldly landscape is great for hikes, country drives and fishing expeditions; Castle Donegal and Ballyliffin town are highlights.

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County Down

Offers accommodation-rich Newcastle resort as well as charming Downpatrick, with its Georgian architecture and shrines to the life of St Patrick.

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County Monaghan

Is hands-down the best county for driving in Ulster Province; the Irish countryside is broken up with quaint, traditional towns.

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