Log cabins in Northern Ireland are amazing.
There has probably never been a better time to visit Northern Ireland. Ignore all this backstop and hard border talk with a pretty log cabin like the ones that you can see when you are looking for Log Cabins for sale in Northern Ireland. There are plenty of ones that you can look at and you can Find out more here. It is such a beautiful country, as is the whole of the island that having a permanent base for family holidays or maybe just a place for you to go and chill out is certainly worth investigating isn’t it? What do the two countries have that attracts people to return time and time again?
Northern Ireland is a rich and diverse place of landscape and culture. Its little wonder that the huge television series Game of Thrones is filmed there and there are now special tours that can take you to all of the places and locations that the show is set. You should also consider membership of the National Trust as there are six sites that are some of the best that the charity has to offer, and they feel like undiscovered gems. The whole area around Strangford Lough the inland sea is a great example of this. There is Castle Ward where they film Winterfell for Game of Thrones and on the Northern side there is the beautiful and quirky Mount Stewart. Over near the border with Ireland there is the pristine white marble splendour of Florence Court. The entire North Coast is a total delight with more National Trust places like the stunning Giants Causeway and the white-knuckle experience of Carrick a Rede rope bridge. Add to that the lively city of Belfast and the Titanic Museum at the Harland and Wolf shipyard where it was built.
In Ireland itself there is so much time that can be happily spent in Dublin. The most western capital in Europe is a vibrant and enjoyable city with countless sites to see like the Book of Kells and the Kilmainham Gaol plus, of course the Guinness Brewery or a nice drink in Temple Bar or a meal on Grafton Street. Outside of the city you will find a beautiful and unspoilt landscape that retains its rural flavour. The west coast is particularly wild and rugged, and the Ring of Kerry is one of the most unbelievable natural sites in the world. The Emerald isle is waiting for you to discover it.