Use this page to find accommodation, hotels, B&Bs and hostels
Northern Ireland offers a wide variety of accommodation. You'll find a place to stay within every type of price point, from 5-star hotels to small and cosy Bed and Breakfasts. The people of Northern Ireland are known for their great appreciation of visitors to their country, and you can rest assured that you'll be welcomed with open arms wherever you decide to stay. Below is a list that we've curated to help you find the ideal base for your time in Northern Ireland.
The safest bet for good quality hotels is the bigger cities of Belfast and Derry. Tourism numbers have climbed over the past two decades in Northern Ireland and its hotel industry has responded in kind. There are great hotels found in the smaller towns of the Northern Ireland as well, which are ideal if you are just looking to get away from it all.
City Hotel Derry, located on the banks of the beautiful River Foyle, is a slick and modern 4-star hotel with an old world charm. Easy walking distance to some of Derry's top attractions.
Found in the vibrant centre of Derry City, close to Butcher's Gate (one of the 4 original gates of the Derry Walls) and within a short distance of the main attractions of Derry City.
There are a good number of Bed and Breakfast found in the cities of Belfast and Derry. Usually, these are more like townhouses and are found on busy roads. To experience a more relaxing B&B setting, one where you can park your car, take a stroll through the countryside and get a little more peace and quiet, then it worth taking a look at the different towns and villages spread across Northern Ireland.
From our experience, the only county equipped with any hostels of note is County Antrim, on the North East of Northern Ireland. Whether in the city of Belfast (which spreads across both County Antrim and County Down) or in the more coastal areas the county. However, the few hostels of Northern Ireland come highly rated. Here is our short but sweet list of such establishments.