Destination Northern Ireland
Northern Ireland is still a relatively new & unknown destination, but is fast becoming THE destination to stage major events and conferences.
Belfast, Northern Ireland’s capital city is located on the northeast tip of the island of Ireland. Northern Ireland is part of the United Kingdom, but enjoys a charm and character all of its own.
Things to do in Northern Ireland
The former shipbuilding powerhouse, that built and launched the world famous RMS Titanic, has undergone an economic and cultural renaissance and is now a “must see visitor destination” as voted by the Lonely Planet. Access to Belfast is continually increasing with direct flights from the US, Canada, and Europe.
In terms of infrastructure Belfast has everything the discerning traveller requires, from contemporary chic hotels, to luxury spa resorts, inspiring historic venues, designer boutiques, award winning pubs and clubs, a range of festivals and events and in addition, specialist activities and adventure sports. It is also surrounded by some of the most breathtaking scenery in Europe and is a perfect base from which to explore the wonders of Northern Ireland, such as the world famous Giants Causeway.
Golfing in Northern Ireland
Northern Ireland also boasts 2 of the world’s top 10 golf courses, and where else would you find a Unesco World Heritage Site just a few miles from the world’s oldest licensed whiskey distillery?
Last but not least, if you’re feeling generous why not treat your guests to the world’s most expensive cocktail?
The Merchant Hotel in Belfast is serving Mai Tai that’s is made from 17-year-old Wray and Nephew Rum used by trader Vic Bergeron to create the original Mai Tai over sixty years ago and costs only £750 per cocktail.