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About Our Area

Northern Ireland is renowned for its friendly people and natural beauty. Our activities and attractions bring together these qualities in a great package of things to do.

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The North Coast is one of Ireland’s special places. Beautiful scenery, golden sandy beaches and rugged countryside are the backdrop for an area steeped in history and ancient Irish legend. The towns of Portrush, Portstewart and Coleraine are places of activity and the wild romantic coastlines provide visitors with a host of water sports, championship golf courses, scenic walks and more!

COLERAINE

As the largest town on the Causeway Coast, Coleraine is just a few miles away from the popular seaside towns of Portrush and Portstewart . Situated on the banks of the River Bann, Coleraine has an attractive pedestrian town centre with award winning floral displays. Soaked in history, charm and character, the town is now a bustling university town, offering a unique mix of old and new with first class shopping, historic buildings and several parks ideal for families.

 

Situated on Ireland’s beautiful North Coast, Coleraine is home to the excavated Mountsandel site, the location of the first known human settlement in Ireland and is of great historical significance within the history of Ireland. The site can be found on the east bank of the River Bann, upon which the town of Coleraine lies. As a 17th century plantation town, Coleraine boasts a Walking Heritage Trail, ‘Around the Ramparts’ which is available from the Visitor Information Centre in Coleraine (T: 028 7034 4723) and also a historical touring route.

 

For further information visit www.coleraine.co.uk.

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Local Attractions

Brown's Country House is situated in County Antrim in Northern Ireland. Although compact in size, Northern Ireland has such an astonishing variety of scenery and cultural attractions that one guidebook writer says it's ``a great country just pretending to be small.