Quality assurance is important when you're looking for somewhere to stay. Tourism Northern Ireland operates a voluntary star rating system and visits those holiday properties which are members each year to award and review ratings based on quality.
Holiday properties which are not scheme members will be visited once every four years to make sure minimum standards are met in line with relevant tourism legislation.
You can use these ratings and standards to help you find suitable accommodation.
Visitor Information Centres
Visitor Information Centres have detailed, accurate information for tourists. Each centre is staffed by local people who understand their visitors' needs and expectations. They also know their area well.
The centres have information and advice on places to visit, events, accommodation and local transport services. You can buy maps, guides and entertainment tickets in the centres.
You can ask staff to book your accommodation before you visit or when you arrive.
Holidaying in Northern Ireland
The Discover Northern Ireland website has holiday ideas for different areas in Northern Ireland.
If you have an area in mind, you can visit the websites below for more information.
- Visit Strangford Lough website
- Lough Neagh and its waterways website
- Fermanagh Lakelands website
- Visit Derry website
- Visit Belfast website