A luxury boutique B&B in Portstewart has become the latest tourist accommodation to be awarded five-star status under the Northern Ireland Tourist Board’s Quality Grading Scheme.
The recently renovated and restored Strandeen B&B overlooks the Atlantic waves and sandy beaches of Portstewart Strand.
A top county Armagh guesthouse has been awarded five-star status under the Northern Ireland Tourist Board’s Quality Grading Scheme.
Newforge House, cradled in quiet country surroundings in the village of Magheralin, is renowned for its original 18th century features, beautiful gardens and award-winning dining using home-grown ingredients.
A group of Europe’s top golf journalists got to pitch in with the stars of the fairways and local celebrities at a pro-am event heralding the start of the NI Open Challenge at Galgorm Castle Golf Club.
Representing leading lifestyle magazines and newspapers in Germany, Norway, Great Britain and Ireland, the journalists were at Galgorm Castle to discover at first-hand some of Northern Ireland’s best golfing experiences.
Board members of the Northern Ireland Tourist Board got the chance to appreciate the pulling power of Fermanagh recently when they headed west for their latest board meeting.
The meeting was held in the headquarters of Waterways Ireland in the county’s island city, Enniskillen.
Two gallery and studio visitor experiences have carved out a four-star quality ratings double for County Down under a Northern Ireland Tourist Board quality scheme.
The four-star awards signify that the F.E. McWilliam Gallery and Studio and Mount Ida Pottery, both in the Banbridge area, are of an ‘excellent’ standard for visitors.
Tours around the poet Seamus Heaney’s ‘first world’ in Magherafelt have been rated a five-star experience under a Northern Ireland Tourist Board (NITB) quality grading scheme.
TV chef, food stylist and celebrity judge on Foodshala, a top TV food reality show in the Middle East, recently visited Belfast on a culinary trip hosted by the Northern Ireland Tourist Board.
Northern Ireland Tourism Hero Niall McKenna served up a giant barbequed steak to a Russian TV presenter at Belfast’s St George’s Market last week.
The James Street South chef’s Tomahawk steak dish hit the right spot with Viktor Goncharenko, who was in Northern Ireland filming with a five-strong crew for ‘Yaz v Food’, an extreme cooking show. Their visit was hosted by the Northern Ireland Tourist Board as part of a Visit Britain initiative.
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