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Holiday homes in<br> Northern Ireland

Holiday homes in
Northern Ireland

We operate 3 holiday parks in Northern Ireland. Windsor, Ballyhalbert and Cloughey holiday parks are all located on the stunning Ard Peninsula and provide a the perfect location for a holiday home.

Holiday Homes available in Northern Ireland

Our holiday homes in Northern Ireland are the perfect way to see this rugged, wild and passionate country. We operate 3 holiday parks located on the historic Ard Peninsula. Each one has its own character and charm but all are considered some of the best holiday parks in Northern Ireland.

Holiday homes for sale in Northern Ireland

Our Northern Ireland Holiday Parks: Windsor, Ballyhalbert and Cloughey hug the Eastern coastline of the Ard Peninsula and face towards the beautiful Irish Sea. Famed for being some of the most welcoming family holiday parks in Northern Ireland, our trio of sites contain static caravans that cater for a wide range of budgets and requirements.

The Ard Peninsula is just a short drive from the town of Bangor, the capital Belfast and is the gateway to the rest of Northern Ireland. Staying at one of our Northern Ireland holiday parks puts you a stone’s throw away from some of the region’s most stunning attractions including: the Giant’s Causeway, the Mourne Mountains, the Titanic Museum, C.S Lewis Square and many filming sites from the popular TV show Game of Thrones. That’s not to mention the welcoming pubs, amazing food and great entertainment you’ll find in every village and town in Northern Ireland.

You can experience everything Northern Ireland has to offer and create memories that last a lifetime when you purchase your own holiday home. Visit whenever you like and become part of the community as you explore the coast of the Ard Peninsula, trek through the Glens of Antrim and enjoy the sights and sounds of Belfast.

Learn about all our amazing holiday parks in Northern Ireland right here. Discover what each one can offer you and find your perfect home away from home today.

If you’d like to chat with us about buying a static caravan or holiday lodge in Northern Ireland, you can use the button below to contact us.

Things to do in Northern Ireland

Northern Ireland is full of places to visit and has a wealth of scenic countryside and stunning beaches.

Explore Ards Peninsula

Explore Ards Peninsula

Ards Peninsula is only a 30-minute drive from Belfast yet a million miles away from the hustle and bustle of the big city. The peninsula is full of quiet villages, unspoilt abbeys, historic castles and welcoming locals.

With everything from stately homes to long coastal walks sometimes the best thing to do when you’re planning your trip to Cloughey is to block off a day with no plans and see where your feet take you.

Take in the views at Slan's Graveyard

Take in the views at Slan's Graveyard

Between Cloughey and Kearney lies the picturesque and historic Slann’s Graveyard. An ideal rest point for a day’s walking, there is evidence of human occupation at the site that dates back to the first millennium AD.

The graveyard sits within a former ring fort and offers exquisite panoramic views of the Irish sea and Cloughey beach (which is only a mile away). In the centre of the graveyard is the ruins of a medieval church, believed to be the Church of Ardmacossce or Ardmacaisse. This church was mentioned in Pope Nicholas’s 1306 taxation. A nice footnote in history and a must see for any archaeology buffs.

Have a tipple at the Echlinville Distillery

Have a tipple at the Echlinville Distillery

Licensed in 2013, Echlinville Distillery became Ireland’s first distillery to gain a license in 125 years. Their mission is simple, to create the finest whiskey conceivable. They do this by refusing to compromise at any stage of the distilling process. Their whiskey is available to purchase at the distillery and they run regular tours that let people see the fascinating workings of an active distillery.