County Antrim Holiday Packages
County Antrim Holiday Packages
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Where to stay in County Antrim
Find the best County Antrim areas and neighborhoods for the activities you enjoy most. Learn more about County Antrim
Belfast City Centre
5 out of top 10 points of interest in this area
4.5/5Wonderful!(6 area reviews)
Cosy bars a university vibe and top sights from Ulster Hall to Grand Opera House – discover Belfast City Centre, a destination also famous for its shopping.
Belfast Central District
4 out of top 10 points of interest in this area
4.5/5Wonderful!(1,121 area reviews)
The fantastic nightlife and popular shops are just a few highlights of Belfast Central District. Make a stop by Ulster Hall or Belfast City Hall while you're exploring the area.
4.5/5Wonderful!(66 area reviews)
Cathedral Quarter is known for its abundant dining options, and you can plan a trip to St. Anne's Cathedral and Belfast Customs House while you're in town.
4.5/5Wonderful!(72 area reviews)
Titanic Quarter is noteworthy for its restaurants, and you can make a stop at top attractions like Titanic Belfast and SSE Arena (Titanic Quarter).
1 out of top 10 points of interest in this area
4/5Very Good!(263 area reviews)
Queens Quarter is a destination visitors seek out for its ample dining options, fascinating museums and picturesque gardens. You might also want to check out attractions like Belfast Botanic Gardens or Lyric Theatre while you're exploring the neighbourhood.
Top Hotel Deals
Grand Central Hotel Belfast
9-15 Bedford Street, Belfast, Northern Ireland
Located in Belfast City Centre, this hotel is steps away from Ulster Hall and Grand Opera House. Belfast City Hall and St. George's Market are also within 10 ...
Grand Central Hotel Belfast
4.6/5Wonderful! (364 reviews)
"High quality, excellent hotel, views of the city are great at night. Staff and service was amazing"
Reviewed on 22 Dec 2020
40a Church Lane, Belfast, Northern Ireland
Located in Belfast City Centre, this hotel is within a 10-minute walk of Victoria Square Shopping Centre, Waterfront Hall and Belfast City Hall. St. George's ...
4.5/5Wonderful! (495 reviews)
"Great night. I COVID times we managed to eat in the restaurant and had the table for our entire evening. Great service from staff. Have stayed here before and it’s my go to place for an overnight in Belfast. Had breakfast the next morning and it was brilliant."
Reviewed on 18 Dec 2020
34-38 Victoria Street, Belfast, Northern Ireland
Located in Belfast City Centre, this romantic hotel is within a 10-minute walk of Albert Memorial Clock Tower, Waterfront Hall, and St. George's Market. Belfast ...
4.3/5Excellent! (993 reviews)
"Very good pleasant receptionist and would definitely stay again"
Reviewed on 16 Jan 2021
Lowest nightly price found within the past 24 hours based on a 1 night stay for 2 adults. Prices and availability subject to change. Additional terms may apply.
Top things to do in County Antrim
Nature and History in County Antrim
County Antrim Holiday Guide
County Antrim is located in the north-east of Northern Ireland and is rich in history and stunning natural beauty. Characterised by isolated, rugged landscapes, unspoilt coastlines and bustling cities, County Antrim is a fantastic place to visit for all ages.
Along the marine drive, you’ll pass several coastal villages, each with their own distinctive character.
Cushendall , just below the north-east tip, is a quirky, colourful town with several interesting monuments. The red curfew tower in the middle of the town was built in 1809 as “a place of confinement for idlers and rioters” and remains, well preserved, as a point of interest for visitors.
Here you can also see Oisin’s Grace - a megalithic court cairn on a hillside near the Glenann River. It is believed to be the burial place of Oisin, the Celtic warrior poet.
Further along the coastal road, the serene green crescent of Murlough Bay comes into view. Climb further towards the eerie tableland of Fair Head in the north-eastern corner of County Antrim, a haven for intrepid rock climbers, and enjoy a bird’s eye view of Rathlin Island .
Further up the coast, Ballycastle offers Blue Flag beaches and dramatic coastal views. Here you can climb the 1,695 feet to the summit of Knocklayde, a heather-covered mountain, which provides extensive views over Ballycastle, Rathlin Island, Fair Head and Scotland.
Just six miles off the coast, Rathlin Island offers a fantastic place for walkers to enjoy rugged landscape and tranquil beauty. You can get the ferry across the “Sea of Moyle” from the mainland. There are several bed and breakfasts and restaurants on the tiny island, as well as an RSPB Seabird Centre and walking tours available.
Significant Towns in County Antrim
Belfast , the capital of Northern Ireland, is the largest city in the country. With its buzzing energy and countless excellent bars and restaurants, it is a local must-see and an enjoyable place to spend several days during your trip to County Antrim.
Belfast is a centre for arts and culture. There are several theatres, including the Grand Opera House , Ulster Hall and The MAC, which offer a wide range of performances from theatre companies all over the world. The Ulster Orchestra, Northern Ireland’s only full-time symphony orchestra, is based in Belfast and there are many traditional Irish bands playing throughout the city.
Ranging from Edwardian buildings, such as the City Hall, to modern high rises, the landscape of Belfast is vast and varied. The county town of Antrim stands 18 miles northwest of Belfast. Situated in the north-east of Northern Ireland on the banks of the Six Mile Water, Antrim is a picturesque town with a range of important historical buildings.
Antrim Castle is of particular note. All that remains is the Barbican Gate, the old gateway to the castle, which stands proud on the banks of the river. About a mile from the town is one of the most perfect of the round towers of Ireland, which stands, at 93 feet high, in the grounds of the Steeple near the prehistoric “Witches’ Stone”.
Enjoy County Antrim
Explore the rugged, unspoilt coasts and beautiful mountain ranges of County Antrim. Enjoy the buzzing nightlife of Northern Ireland’s capital or relax on one of the county’s award-winning beaches. A place of colour, contrast and character, County Antrim is one of Northern Ireland’s most beautiful treasures.
The Advantages of County Antrim Weekend Breaks
Discover a different side of the British Isles with a weekend break in County Antrim. Take short breaks away from home and enjoy some quality time in a beautiful place. You’ll come back feeling refreshed and inspired. You can have an action-packed County Antrim weekend break or get some peace with a relaxing holiday. Whatever experience you’re looking for, find it with our deals on hotels in County Antrim.
Cheap Weekend Breaks to County Antrim
There are lots of ways to take cheap weekend breaks to County Antrim. Expedia offers deals on car hires and hotel rooms and covers trips for all kinds of travellers. The best way to save is with our holiday packages in County Antrim. First, choose your car hire and hotel reservation. Then we’ll bundle them together into one discounted price. Solo explorers, couples, families, and groups of friends can discover budget solutions for their weekend breaks. Once you arrive, enjoy some of the fun things to do, many of which are free or cheap to experience
County Antrim Romantic Weekend Breaks
Couples love taking romantic weekend breaks in County Antrim. Whisking your lover away for a romantic County Antrim weekend break is the perfect opportunity to make new memories together. Expedia offers all kinds of hotel options, so you can find romantic hotels in County Antrim and choose the best place for you. Check out our deals on beautiful properties, and you’ll save even more when you choose to package your hotel reservation with a car hire.
Family Weekend Breaks in County Antrim
Set some time aside to experience family weekend breaks in County Antrim. There are plenty of excellent family-friendly hotels in County Antrim within our selection of hotels. You can also find a place to call home in one of the holiday rentals in County Antrim. With accommodation, activities, and adventure all waiting, there’s never been a better time to plan County Antrim family weekend breaks.
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