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Where to buy a holiday home in Northern Ireland

Where to buy a holiday home in Northern Ireland

Buying a holiday home is an exciting and thrilling time. And it doesn’t get better than owning your own holiday home in Northern Ireland.

Reasons to buy a holiday home in Northern Ireland

There are beautiful walks to enjoy

If you love a good scenic walk then Northern Ireland is the place for you. The landscape benefits from both low-lying mountain ranges and higher, more rugged terrain, so whether you’re an experienced hiker or just a novice meanderer there are walks for you to enjoy.Slieve Donard is a popular hiking destination for those who like a higher peak whilst the Sperrin Mountains in County Tyrone, is a less taxing, more leisurely walk. You can also visit the largest lake in the British Isles!

The place is steeped in history

Northern Ireland has a rich and interesting history and it’s a great place to visit if you love museums. Titanic Belfast, is a thrilling and engaging interactive museum and a media centre and a scientific discovery centre. But there’s also the Ulster Folk and Transport Museum and the Ulster American Folk Park to explore.

Belfast is one of the most exciting cities in the UK

More and more people are choosing Belfast as their top city-break destination. And it’s easy to see why. It has a perfect mix of the old and the new. There’s a wonderful heritage showcased through an array of beautiful stately Victorian buildings contrasted with a brand new and exciting nightlife and buzzing festival scene.

You can enjoy Michelin-star food

Northern Ireland is a foodie’s paradise and while you’re here you HAVE to try an Ulster Fry. However, did you know that Belfast has not one, but two, Michelin stars? Pretty impressive.

Choosing where to buy a holiday home in Northern Ireland

We’re thrilled to be able to offer three beautiful holiday parks in Northern Ireland where you can choose to buy your holiday home.

Cloughey Holiday Park

Located on the east coast of Northern Ireland, Cloughey is a picturesque, sleepy little village with stunning sand dunes, and a beautiful sandy beach perfect for leisurely strolls and dog walking. With direct access to the beach from the Holiday Park it is ideal for watersports and fishing with residents catching many different species of fish. The nearby play park is also ideal for when the little ones come to visit!

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Ballyhalbert Holiday Park

With a sandy beach, beautiful harbour and views to die for (on a clear day Scotland and the Isle of Man are visible from the village!) Ballyhalbert is a historic village full of charm, fun activities and epic scenery. The harbour plays host to a range of water sports, specifically Jet Skis but for those who like to take things a little easier, the sandy beach is perfect for a leisurely stroll. Ballyhalbert Holiday Park has its own mini golf course, multipurpose clubhouse and ice cream parlour, making it an excellent choice for those looking to buy their own seaside holiday home.

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Windsor Holiday Park

Windsor Holiday Park is situated in the beautiful village of Groomsport, just ten minutes from Bangor. Groomsport is known for its scenic charm, tranquil beauty, historical heritage and picturesque harbour making it the perfect location for a holiday park. A truly historic village, Groomsport boasts a beautiful village hall situated in the famous boathouse at the harbour that dates back to 1884.

Find out more about Windsor Holiday Park

We know you’ll find your perfect holiday home within one of our holiday parks in Northern Ireland. All of our holiday parks are open all year round so you can get away for a little break whenever you feel like it. Whether it’s a summer holiday or a winter break, the whole family can enjoy your second home right here in Northern Ireland, on the County Down coast.