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Build Your Own Tour of Ulster

Ulster is Ireland's most northerly province. Under the Government of Ireland Act 1920 Ireland was broken into two sepeate territories, Southern Ireland and Northern Ireland. Ulster is made up of 9 counties, Antrim, Armagh, Down, Derry, Fermanaghand Tyrone all belonging to The United Kingdom and Cavan, Donegal and Monaghan all belonging to The Republic of Ireland.

Northern Ireland has put it's political past behind it and is now looking towards a bright future. Belfast City, stradling County Down and County Antrim, has become a hotspot in recent years for people looking for both a city break and a cultural tour. Attractions such as The Giants Causeway on the northern coastline of County Antrim and multiple shooting locations from the hugely popular Television series Game of Thrones has meant that recently Ulster has become one of Ireland's most sought after tour locations.

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Belfast Docklands, Belfast, Northern Ireland
Visit The Giants Causeway, County Antrim, Northern Ireland

The People of Ulster

The people of Northern Ireland, after years of being told who they were and which areas they belonged to, are now forging out their own cultural identity. The most common nationalities in Northern Ireland are British, Northern Irish and Irish. They are know to be a friendly and welcoming people.

Choosing your Ulster Accommodation

When choosing your accommodation in Ulster there are a number of elements to take into consideration. Ranging from the size of your group to the type of the attractions you wish to see. Ulster has a massive selection of B&B's, Guesthouses and Hotels spread across the cities, towns and villages.

Discover Ireland Tours Tip for Ulster

The Giants Causeway, on the north east coastline of Northern Ireland, is a rock formation of around 40,000 interlocking basalt colums, formed due to volcanic activity 50 to 60 million years ago. What's left today is a natural feast for the eyes and one that should be on any visitor to Ireland's To-Do-List.

Business Breaks in Ulster

Over recent years Belfast has grown as the hub of Northern Ireland's business sector. The restaurants, bars and nightlife of Belfast are gaining a reputation as some of the best in Ireland both from visitors from the south and from overseas. Incentive Tours of Ireland and Ulster go hand in hand.

B&B's in Ulster

Skelley's B&B

Skelley's B&B

A recently opened B&B situated in a great location in Virginia, County Cavan. A very short walk away from numerous activities, attractions, services and local landmarks.

Virginia, Co. Cavan

086 820 9999

J&J Guesthouse

J&J Guesthouse, Co. Antrim

Found in the small seaside town of Ballycastle on the Northern Antrim coastline J&J Guesthouse. Located within walking distance og Ballycastle Beach. All rooms are en suite.

Ballycastle, Co. Antrim

079 0730 2224

Hotels in Ulster

Benedicts Hotel

Benedicts Hotel, Belast, Northern Ireland

Locally managed and owned independently, Benedicts of Belfast calls itself the city's 'most exciting four-star boutique hotel'. Offering great deals for numerous different occasions.

Belast, Northern Ireland

+44 (0)28 9059 1999

Enniskeen Hotel

Newcastle, Co. Down

Take in and enjoy the amazing mountain and sea views from one of Enniskeen's 12 luxury bedrooms. Situated in Newcastle, County Down, in the Shimna Valley.

Newcastle, Co. Down

00 44 (0)28 4372 2392

Attractions in Ulster

Whitehead Golf Club

Whitehead Golf Club, County Antrim

Found 4 miles to the north of Carrickfergus and 8 miles to te south of Larne. The club is situated around Muldersleigh Hill and offers amazing views of the Country Antrim coast.

Whitehead, Co. Antrim

(028) 9337 0820

Larne Museum and Arts Centre

Larne Museum, County Antrim

The building was originally known as the Carnegie Free Library when it opened it's doors in 1906. Now housing Larne Museum and Arts Centre. Essential viewing on any Student Tour of Ireland.

Larne, Co. Antrim

028 28 262443

Cushendall Golf Club

Cushendall Golf Club, Co. Antrim

Cushendall has 9 greatly rewarding holes for players of all ages and abilities. Set in the beautiful Gelns of Antrim and surrounded by the River Dall.

Cushendall, Co.Antrim

028 2177 1318