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Luxury farmhouses in stunning Northern Ireland

All Destinations UK Northern Ireland

Half coastal, half inland Northern Ireland's craggy interior has stunning walking routes, beautiful sea views and miles of tranquil farmland.

Northern Ireland has always been known for its craggy scenery and moorland surrounds, but then Game of Thrones came along and a whole new wave of traveller started passing through: film tourism arrived. Tours and visits are now based around this award-winning series; hopping on one combines trips to locations the major city of Belfast, and the iconic Giant's Causeway, a string of huge stepping stones created by a volcanic eruption. Capital city Belfast has a strong maritime history and its renovated dockland area is great for a wander: the all-new Titanic building here traces the story of the doomed ship that set off from this very town. 

Derry, or 'Londonderry', second largest city, has ancient city walls with gates, watchtowers and massive canons, and the Tower Museum's extensive collection does a good job of explaining some background. Proximity to both river and sea meant the town needed good protection; those venturing beyond the ramparts can tour upriver to Lough Foyle, an area of wild mudflats housing wintering wildfowl. Drivers taking the Causeway Coastal Route choose it for its varied terrain and points of interest, such as Carrickfergus Castle (medieval majesty), the Gobbins (challenging cliff walk) and stunning Whitepark Bay (miles of sand and sea).

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