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Ireland | Your faithful four-footed friend doesn’t have to miss out on discovering the enchanting beauty of Ireland. There are holiday homes here which allow you to bring your pets along.
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Enjoy scenic Ireland with a holiday home in the Province of Ulster
A holiday home in the Province of Ulster is a great way to experience the beauty and history of Ireland. The Province of Ulster is a beautiful part of the Irish countryside with a rugged coastline characterised by impressive rock formations and towering sea cliffs. With romantic castles and ruins throughout the rolling hills of the region's verdant landscape, book holiday homes and holiday apartments in Ulster to provide the perfect base for a relaxing holiday.
Holiday rentals and the cities of Ulster
Holiday homes and holiday rentals in the Province of Ulster are a great way to visit Belfast, Ireland's second largest city. Set against a backdrop of sprawling moorland, the beauty of this historic city is enhanced by its public parks and gardens which include the Belfast Botanic Gardens with its stunning Tropical Ravine House which was built in 1889 to house exotic specimens. The eclectic Ulster Museum is also situated in the grounds. The Titanic Belfast is a museum dedicated to the Titanic and her construction and is located in the area where the ship was built. Holiday houses also offer the opportunity to visit other great towns in the region such as Derry, one of the best preserved walled cities in Ireland, the seaside resort of Bangor and Carrickfergus, which is home to a magnificent 12th century castle.
Ulster's natural beauty
Holiday homes and holiday rentals in Ulster are a chance to see some of Ireland's most beautiful landscapes such as Burren National Park. County Antrim is home to the Giant's Causeway. An extinct volcano, the causeway consists of connected basalt columns along the coast. Lough Neagh is Ireland's largest lake and its waters make a great backdrop for birdwatching. White Park Bay and Tardree Forest are locations of outstanding natural beauty that should not be missed along with Glenveagh National Park in County Donnegal. Renting Holiday houses and holiday apartments in Ulster is the ideal way to explore the region.