Northern Ireland

Click the map for tourism ideas Northern Ireland, a constituent part of Great Britain consists of six historic counties: Co. Antrim, Co. Armagh, Co. Down, Co. Fermanagh, Co. Londonderry and Co. Tyrone. The centrepiece of Northern Ireland's geography is Lough Neagh, at 151 square miles, the largest freshwater lake both on the island of Ireland and in the British Isles. Largely farmland, Northern Ireland is home to the world famous Giant’s Causeway, a UNESCO World Heritage site.
Bittles Bar
Musgrave Channel Road, Belfast, Co. Antrim BT1 9FZ. Tel: 028 9031 1088
Originally built in 1868 as an actors' pub, Bittles Bar became a hotspot for lawyers and journalists during the Troubles. Similar to New York's Flatiron Building in appearance, Bittles is a no-nonsense bar with an amazing range of Irish whiskey, and changing beers from local brewers. John Lennon and Van Morrison are said to have frequented the pub.
Fullerton Arms

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Ballintoy, Ballycastle, Co. Antrim BT54 6LX. Tel: 028 2076 9613
Excellent and super friendly inn serving a great local Irish menu and located in a superb spot for exploring the County Antrim coastline. The Fullerton can even boast it's own 'Game of Thrones' door. Along with the wondeful views of the magnificent Antrim coast, you can also get a cracking pint of Guinness here.
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