If you’re on the search for a perfect getaway and a humble retreat, then you should explore the option of holiday lets in Northern Ireland. At Coach Road Cottages, we provide boutique holiday lets that embrace that cottage charm against the backdrop of idyllic NI scenery.
Check out our collection of accommodations and holiday lets in Northern Ireland and find out what you can get up to whilst visiting!
Holiday lets in Northern Ireland, Holywood
Ninety-Seven is a quaint cottage residing in the charming seaside town of Holywood. The property sleeps up to four people and is within close proximity to buses and trains for travel into central Belfast and other tourist attractions.
Holywood is a bustling town filled with local seafood restaurants, picturesque scenes of the coast and a sandy beach that stretches for over 10 miles. Holywood has also been previously voted as the best place to live in Northern Ireland, which should speak to the humble nature and welcoming environment of the coastal village.
Ninety-Seven is a boutique holiday let in Northern Ireland, Holywood. The two-bedroom property is tastefully decorated, with a bright and airy appeal. Guests can make use of the spacious living and the outside decked area, which is perfect for breathing in the fresh air and basking in the warmth of a sunny day.
What to do in Holywood?
Holywood is a bustling town, in addition to the plethora of seaside restaurants and charming bars, there is lots to do whilst enjoying your stay at a holiday let in Northern Ireland.
Check out some of our favourite things to do whilst staying in Holywood.
Ulster Folk Museum
The Ulster Folk Museum is in Cultra, Holywood which is only an 8-minute drive from the Ninety-Seven property. It encapsulates the rich history and heritage of life in Northern Ireland, detailing how life was lived on the land hundreds of years ago.
Whilst visiting the museum, you’ll be treated to demonstrations of historical traditions and skills that were once so commonly used by locals. Whether it’s weaving material on a loom or hand-churning butter that’s spread on top of Irish soda, you get a real taste of life from past generations of Northern Ireland.
Holywood Golf Club
Holywood Golf Club is most famously known as the home of the revered golfer, Rory McIlroy. He spent his early childhood practising at the club, before rising up their amateur ranks and turning professional. Today the club welcomes both members and passing visitors, providing immaculate greens for golfers to practise their swings.
Holywood Golf Club overlooks Belfast Lough, offering picturesque, scenic views of the sea. It’s an idyllic setting and a perfect spot for a game with family and friends. After working up an appetite, visitors are also welcome to enjoy fine dining at the onsite restaurant and refresh with a beverage at their bar and lounge area.
Redburn Country Park
Redburn Country Park is just a short 15-minute walk from the Ninety-Seven holiday home. The park stretches for 3.9 miles and offers a range of different walking paths that are suitable for trailers seeking a humble stroll or ramblers wanting to challenge their hiking ability.
For those who make the summit of Redburn, they will be rewarded with jaw-dropping, panoramic views of Belfast Lough. Redburn County park is also inhabited by a variety of wildlife, making it the perfect spot for birdwatching or spotting woodland animals. The park can also accommodate equestrian trails if you would like to experience the park on horseback.
Check out this article for more information on hiking spots in Northern Ireland.
Ninety-Seven: Holiday Lets in Northern Ireland
Ninety-Seven provides the perfect base to explore all of the great things at your doorstep in Holywood. It is also just a short 15-minute drive from Belfast, which is a lively city centre with much to offer.
We also provide literature at our holiday lets, with local information for further suggestions on how you can spend your stay.
Holiday lets in Northern Ireland, Comber
The Annex is a charming holiday let situated in Northern Ireland, Comber. The property is a self-contained, one-level dwelling that can accommodate up to two people, making it an ideal location for a romantic getaway.
Comber is an idyllic town, best known for its local farmer’s market, seasonal produce and countryside living. Comber also boasts scenic views of the neighbouring Strangford Lough, which is the biggest sea lough in the U.K. Visitors can admire the rural beauty of NI in Comber, appreciating nature and taking a step back from the busy lifestyle of city living.
The Annex is a boutique holiday home, with charming cottage features like the wood-burning stove, it’s the perfect romantic rendezvous for snuggling up with one another. The property also has an acre and a half of surrounding land, containing an apple orchard, vegetable patch and rural landscapes – the perfect place to replenish and renew on your vacation.
What to do in Comber?
Comber is full of tranquil, peaceful beauty, with pockets of nature that are home to many rare wildlife species and stunning landscapes that you can only sit back and marvel at.
Comber is a welcoming humble town, with lots to do during your stay, check out some of our favourites below.
WWT Castle Espie Wetland Centre
WWT Castle Espie Wetland Centre resides on the shores of Strangford Lough, offering incredible scenic views of the picturesque NI beauty. It is particularly special as, during the winter months, the entire world’s population of Brent Geese migrate here.
Visitors can observe passing wildlife, trek along the coastal path or wander through the woodlands. It’s a truly beautiful spot and only an 8-minute drive from The Annex.
Comber’s Farmers Market
Comber’s Farmer’s Market keeps the tradition of Comber as a market town alive. On the first Thursday of every month over 24 sellers fill the market square, providing artisan breads, decadent traybakes, homemade jams and chutneys, dry cured meats and loads more.
If you are a foodie or want to excite your plate, this is a must when staying at The Annex.
St Mary’s Parish Church
St Mary’s Parish Church is a historical religious landmark, with the church being originally built in 1199. It is well over 800 years old and remains open as a current parish to this day. Visitors are welcome to explore the parish, taking note of the stained glass windows and sturdy church pillars.
Whether you are religious or not, St. Mary’s Parish Church is worth the visit for both historical context and cultural appreciation.
Coach Road Cottages: Humble holiday lets in Northern Ireland
Coach Road Cottages is providing a collection of humble holiday lets in Northern Ireland, offering guests the perfect spot to explore the picturesque beauty of NI landscapes and take note of the rich cultural heritage.