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From tree houses to luxurious glamping pods and campfires to private hot tubs, the accommodation on offer in Northern Ireland doesn’t disappoint.

We were blown away by the quality of accommodation on offer on our recent giant adventure in Northern Ireland. From converted horse boxes to luxury teepees, you are guaranteed a memorable stay.

Here we have rounded up 10 of the coolest places to stay in Northern Ireland right now!

1. Further.Space at Kinelarty, Co Down

Located in the beautiful countryside near Downpatrick, these pods are not only insanely cosy, they are also dog friendly! Yes, you read that correctly! If you are planning on visiting Down you can bring your furry friend with you to keep you company as you relax in the picturesque surroundings.

The Kinelarty pods can sleep up to four people and are the perfect place to stay in Northern Ireland if you’re looking for a rural getaway.

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2. Benone Getaways, Co Derry

If you’re looking for a quiet luxury holiday then Benone Getaways is the way to go. The Benone pods are located only a couple of minutes away from a magnificent 7-mile long Blue Flagged beach. Each hut comes equipped with its own private fire pit and picnic table. However, if you’re feeling social there’s a communal BBQ hut, ‘the Chill & Grill’, where you can go and enjoy a BBQ and glass of beer or bubbly with the other residents.

To top it all off you can even choose to rent a pod with a private hot tub!

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3. Causeway Country Pods, Co Antrim

With floor-to-ceiling double glazed windows, you can immerse yourself in the magnificent scenery of Antrim’s lush green farmlands from the comfort of these luxury pods.

Not only do you get a beautiful landscape, you can also book a pod that comes equipped with a hot tub! Imagine spending your evenings in the hot tub with a glass of wine, and waking up to gorgeous blue skies and green fields that surround the pods.

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4. Burrenmore Nest Tree Lodges, Co Derry

Possibly the most unique place to stay in Northern Ireland! The Burrenmore Nest Tree Lodges include three treetop cabins and one forest floor cabin. Each with their own private hot tub. Burrenmore Nest is the perfect way to immerse yourself in nature without having to sacrifice any luxuries.

If you’re feeling adventurous why not visit Mussenden Temple via the Lion’s Gate entrance (only a seven-minute walk from your accommodation) or walk a section of the Ulster Way, North Sperrins Way, or the Ulster section of the International Appalachian Trail. All of which are right on your doorstep at Burrenmore Nest.

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5. Kintala Resort, Co Derry

Kintala is one of Northern Ireland’s newest and most relaxing resorts. The unusual name means spiritual balance and harmony, which is showcased in the beautiful scenery surrounding the resort. It is situated in a woodland area on the outskirts of Dungiven where the rivers Owenbeg and Roe meet.

Made up of six luxury lodges (which include a private hot tub on your balcony) and ten stunning glamping pods, Kintala is the perfect getaway to reconnect with yourself and nature.

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6. Fairy River, Co Down

The Fairy River cottages and cabins are located at the foot of the breathtaking Mourne Mountains. Both the Fairy Cottages and Witches Cabins offer direct access to the surrounding mountains for those of you who want to spend some time exploring and learning more about the myths and legends surrounding the area.

The Witches Cabins sleep two or three people and the Fairy cottages can sleep up to six.

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7. Sperrin View Glamping, Co Tyrone

Want to stargaze from the comfort of your own bed? These glamping pods come equipped with a specially manufactured ‘viewing window’ to allow you to take in the beauty of the night sky from the foothills of the Sperrin Mountains. The pods are located in a prime location for stargazing that has been recognised as one of Northern Ireland’s Dark Sky Sites.

If the promise of beautiful night skies isn’t enough for you, these luxurious pods are also only metres from Beaghmore Stone Circles, a must see ancient heritage site.

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8. View 44, Newcastle, Co Down

Located a short drive from Newcastle, Co Down, at the foot of mighty Slieve Donard, View 44 offers a little slice of heaven after a long day outdoors. The two-bedroom cabin is warm, cosy, and has all of the home comforts you could wish for. However, the real selling point of this place is the incredible deck with panoramic views of the Mournes. It even has a to-die-for wood-fired hot tub! Bliss!

You can see incredible care has been taken to ensure a comfortable stay here with good quality linens and comfy beds. And we loved the delicious welcome hamper upon our arrival.

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9. The Oat Box, Coleraine, Co Derry

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This 1968 Bedford TK Horse Lorry has been transformed into a cosy little nook to rest your head after a day spent exploring the Causeway Coast. Located on the outskirts of Coleraine, the Oat Box offers guests the chance to experience an intimate glamping experience amidst vintage décor. It comes complete with its own wood-burning stove and private bathroom with shower.

There’s also a private outdoor area with a fire pit, which is the ideal spot to spend a summer’s evening.

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10. Greenvale Cabins, Newry, Co Armagh

This is a spot for animal lovers! Greenvale offers 4-star log cabins set in an equestrian farm at the foot of the spectacular Slieve Gullion Mountains, an area recognised for its natural outstanding beauty. The large log cabins consist of three individually designed self-catering apartments, each with its own bespoke furnishings. Greenvale cottage is also available which is a cosy, country-style annex apartment. Greenvale is the perfect spot to escape the hustle and bustle of everyday life.

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