Green Holidays in Northern Ireland
The verdant land of Ulster has much to offer the tourist: from loughs (lakes) to a long coastline that boasts the UNESCO-listed Giants' Causeway to rugged, forest-clad mountains, Northern Ireland is simply beautiful.
Its vibrant capital, Belfast, has emerged as a dynamic cultural and shopping centre, and other towns and cities (such as historic Derry) have much to captivate the visitor. For more ideas and information, have a look at the Northern Irish Tourist Board's website to discover what this stunning land has to offer.
Northern Ireland is home to a wonderful variety of green accommodation options, ranging from luxurious bed and breakfasts to gypsy caravans, there really is something for everyone.
Below we've got a selection of the best - and greenest - places to stay in Northern Ireland, all reachable by train or ferry.
Featured places to stay in Northern Ireland
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Overland travel to Northern Ireland by train or ferry
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Price is for house and depends on the number of bedrooms.
Prices based on two people sharing , £128 for a two night stay off-season, £256 for a week off-season and £320 Summer and Peak season periods.
Weekly rate for 3 Bedroom Accommodation £400 (low season) - £550 (high season) 2 Bedroom Accommodation £300 (low season) £440 (high season)
£14.00 to £25.00
£400 to £500 per week or £300 for long weekends
Twin and Double £ 90, Suites £ 100
Prices from £475/week for 2 people during high season.
From £55 - 85 per night inclusive
From £658.00 to: £757.00 (based on two staying)