Where to stay on holiday in Northern Ireland
Thinking of taking a few days off to visit another part of Northern Ireland? Or need to find a hotel or bed and breakfast for a visiting friend or family member? The information and links on this page provide an introduction to holiday accommodation in Northern Ireland.
Quality assurance is important when you're looking for somewhere to stay. The Northern Ireland Tourist Board visits holiday properties each year to award and review ratings based on quality. You can use these ratings and standards to help you find suitable accommodation. Take a look at the accommodation finder on the Discover Northern Ireland website.
Tourist Information Centres
Local Tourist Information Centres (TICs) offer access to detailed, up-to-the-minute information. They also provide useful services such as accommodation booking. Each TIC is staffed by local people who understand their visitors' needs and expectations, as well as knowing their area well.
TICs offer information and advice on places to visit, events, accommodation and local transport systems. And, you can purchase a range of items, including maps, guides and entertainment tickets.
You also can arrange for staff to book your accommodation upon arrival, or in advance.
Choosing your holiday destination
Take a look at the Discover Northern Ireland website for holiday ideas and details of different areas in Northern Ireland.
Or, if you have a an area in mind, you can visit the websites below for more information.
- Visit Strangford Lough
- Causeway Coast and Glens
- Lough Neagh
- Western Regional Tourism Partnership
- Fermanagh Lakelands
- Derry Visitor
- Visit Belfast