Local Attractions

Northern Ireland has a lot to offer during your visit. We welcome visitors from all over the world who make special memories here. There are so many points of interest and below are only a few.

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The Giant’s Causeway

An amazing spectacle of hexagonal shaped basalt columns in an area of fantastic natural beauty. You can explore The Giant’s Causeway and find out about the legend of Finn MacCool who is said to have built the causeway with his bare hands. A truly interesting story and excellent for stunning photographs. For more information you can visit the National Trust’s Giant’s Causeway site here.

Bushmills Distillery

Bushmills distillery nestled on the banks of the river is the oldest working distillery in the whole of Ireland. Many generations of Northern Irish families have worked at the distillery for over 400 years! Why not visit during your stay for a tour and sample some of the finest whiskey in the world. You can find out more by visiting the Bushmills Distillery website by clicking here.

Mussenden Temple

Built in 1785, Mussenden Temple is located near Castlerock. It sits proud on a 120ft cliff avove the Atlantic Ocean. Breathtaking views are guaranteed at Mussenden. To find out more see the DiscoverNI page by clicking here.

Carrick-a-Rede Rope Bridge

Carrick-a-Rede rope bridge is surrounded by outstanding beautiful scenery. A landscape photographers dream. The bridge was first constructed in 1755 by salmon fishermen. The rope bridge is 100ft above the Atlantic Ocean and connects the cliffs to Carrick-a-Rede island. Why not visit the bridge and dare to walk the journey across. It can be quite exhilarating especially on a windy day! To find out more you can visit the National Trust’s Carrick-a-Rede web page by clicking here.

Dunluce Castle

Dunluce Castle is thought to have been built by the MacQuillan family around the year 1500. Story has it that it was seized by the MacDonnell clan in the 1550’s during a time of violence and rebellion. Visitors can explore the beautiful surroundings and the discoveries from archaeological digs. To find out more you can visit the DiscoverNI Dunluce Castle page by clicking here.