Holiday Lodges and Log Cabins in Northern Ireland

Holiday Lodges and Log Cabins in Northern Ireland

If you’re looking for a break that allows you to enjoy rolling countryside, a gorgeous coastline, and a cosmopolitan city all in one, then our lodges and log cabins in Northern Ireland are ideal. Enjoy long walks and hikes in the Mourne Mountains. See the impressive Giant’s Causeway and learn about the history of this fascinating spot. Head to Belfast for great craic and a wide range of fantastic restaurants, cafes, and shops.

Here at Snaptrip, we're experts at crafting holidays that make special memories. Try a lodge with a private garden for relaxing and onsite parking for your convenience plus satellite TV. Choose a resort-style cabin that features an onsite bar, restaurant, spa, and fitness facilities for a memorable getaway. Perhaps you’d enjoy a lodge that gives you access to a fishing lake, play area, animal farm, and even a games room to keep everyone entertained.

Make sure you visit the Titanic Centre in Belfast to learn, see and hear about the history and story behind the ill-fated ship that is world famous. Whatever you're looking for during your stay in Northern Ireland, our friendly customer service team can help you find your ideal accommodation. Booking with us means a really great holiday.

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Frequent questions

  • What month is best to visit Northern Ireland?

    The summer months of June, July, and August offer pleasant weather, longer daylight hours, and a chance to experience popular festivals and events. However, spring (April and May) and autumn (September and October) can be less crowded, with milder temperatures and beautiful landscapes, making them ideal for outdoor activities and exploring the stunning natural attractions of Northern Ireland.

  • Is it worth going to Northern Ireland?

    Absolutely! Northern Ireland offers a wealth of attractions and experiences that make it well worth a visit. From breathtaking landscapes along the Causeway Coastal Route and Giant's Causeway to iconic sites like the Titanic Belfast museum and the vibrant city of Belfast, there is something for everyone. The rich history, friendly locals, and unique cultural heritage contribute to an unforgettable travel experience.

  • How many days are enough for Northern Ireland?

    The ideal number of days for a visit to Northern Ireland would be around 5 to 7 days. This timeframe allows you to explore the highlights, including the Causeway Coastal Route, Belfast, the Giant's Causeway, the Mourne Mountains, and other scenic locations. It also provides enough time to immerse yourself in the local culture, visit historical sites, enjoy outdoor activities, and savourr the warm hospitality of Northern Ireland.

  • What is the best way to travel around Northern Ireland?

    The best way to travel around Northern Ireland is by renting a car, as it offers the most flexibility and allows you to explore both popular destinations and off-the-beaten-path areas. Additionally, public transportation options such as buses and trains are available for traveling between major cities and towns.

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