Sunday 4 December 2016

6 Unmissable Room and Rail Deals in Northern Ireland

Published 18/10/2016 | 17:37

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Dunluce Castle

The best short breaks always leave you wanting more. More to treasure, more senses stirred, more exciting experiences and more paths travelled.

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Are you looking for complete relaxation and luxury on your next break?  Do you only have 48 hours to pack in as much as possible?  Rather than the drudgery of driving why not have the work done for you and take the train this time. The minute you arrive in your carriage your holiday will begin and you can put your feet up and maximise your time. 

Northern Ireland is the perfect destination to consider this autumn / winter with a range of specially designed Room and Rail deals.  Whether you’re looking for a romantic break, want a girlie weekend away or have the entire family in tow, a Rail break can take the stress out of organisation as it is all done for you.

We’ve picked 6 of the best Rail and Room deals for travelling to Northern Ireland this autumn:

1.  Rail it to the Ramada

Ramada Da Vinci’s is just one mile from Derry city centre and just a 15 minute walk to the unmissable and historic Derry City Walls.  If you’re a guest here, you’ll be spoiled for choice with eating and drinking venues from the Grillroom Restaurant, The Main Bar, the Style Bar and the Spirit Bar.  The 4 star Remada Da Vinci is available from £105 per person sharing based on a two night stay.  Add £25pp to travel from Dublin to NI on the comfort of the Enterprise and this includes return travel from Dublin Connolly. 

2.  Magic at the Maldron

The Maldron Hotel in Derry-Londonderry is the only hotel located within the historic city walls, making it the perfect choice for exploring the city.  Overlooking the magnificent City Walls, Stir Restaurant offers guests a stunning view with only the finest cuisine.  The recently refurbished Lyric Bar and Grill incorporates the eclectic music culture past and present within the wonderful city of Derry.  The Maldron is available from £85 per person sharing based on a two night stay.  Add £25pp for return travel from Dublin to Northern Ireland on the Enterprise to Dublin Connolly. 

3.   Everglades – A Great Base

Overlooking the River Foyle with views across to the hills of Donegal, this 4 star destination provides a bright and comfortable welcome to Derry-Londonderry, the lively heritage and cultural centre of the North West. Whether you’d like a relaxing Afternoon Tea in the Lounge or a sumptuous feast in the Grill Restaurant or a lighter bite, step into the Library Bar for sassy snacks, cool cocktails and full bar service.

The Everglades is available from £99 per person sharing with prices based on a two night stay. Add £25pp to travel return from Dublin to Northern Ireland on the Enterprise from Dublin Connolly.

4.  Views of River and City

When it comes to location, the 4 star City Hotel Derry is hard to beat. Situated on Queen’s Quay adjacent to the beautiful River Foyle, iconic Peace Bridge and historic Guildhall, the hotels’ location gives guests excellent views of the river and city from many of its guestrooms.  When looking for a place to dine in Derry, Thompsons Restaurant and Coppin’s Bar offer a contemporary, relaxed dining experience that is renowned.  The City Hotel Derry / Londonderry is available from £99 per person sharing based on a two night stay. Add £25pp to travel return from Dublin to Northern Ireland on the Enterprise from Dublin Connolly.

5.  A Short Walk to Major Attractions

Centrally located in the heart of Belfast and only a short walk to major attractions and the retail and entertainment districts, the 4 star Holiday Inn at Belfast City Centre is adjacent to the city’s main transport interchange.  Sit back and relax in the lounge over a drink or a Starbucks Coffee and enjoy a freshly prepared meal in the Oakwood Grill restaurant. The gym is equipped with a cardio-vascular, free weight and multi-gym apparatus. From £103 per person sharing, based on a two night stay, add £25pp to travel from Dublin return to NI on the Enterprise to Dublin Connolly.

6.  Explore Belfast From the Fitzwilliam

The Fitzwilliam Hotel is bang in the centre of the Belfast, beside the Grand Opera House.  With an easy stroll to all that you need to see in the city, The Fitzwilliam is an ideal hotel from which to explore Belfast.

Weaving through the wood and pink, the subdued, intimate lighting, the communal tables and the stunning high-backed chairs of the restaurant, set the scene.  The ultra-chic bar is home to some truly fantastic cocktails!  The Fitzwilliam costs from £155 based on a two night stay.  Add £25 for return travel from Dublin to Northern Ireland on the Enterprise from Dublin Connolly.

To book any of these Northern Ireland Room and Rail Deals, telephone 04890 242420 or go to sayhellotomore.ie

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