Distinctive field patterns, for
instance, are especially striking, and so are ruined
castles. Built from the 12th century onwards, and
once symbols of both oppression and reassurance, they
are now among Ulster's finest architectural
The heritage of Northern Ireland
is largely rural. Ulster people are outdoor people.
They spend their leisure time pottering around the coast
or going on family expeditions to the mountains at weekends.
The rivers are full of fish,
with friendly hotels and B&Bs along the banks to welcome
anglers at the end of the day, and lively musical
evenings in nearby hostelries. For golfers there
are the famous fairways of championship courses and
whole series of lovely links, many in enchanting cliff-top
There are 50 miles of cruising waters
on Lough Erne, sailing on Lough Neagh -
the biggest lake in the British Isles - sea fishing
off Strangford and the Antrim coast, and
many other Water sports. You can go cycling and pony
trekking along the seashore and backpacking in the Mournes.
And if that's too strenuous a thought,
try your hand at painting or birdwatching, or touring
the gardens and stately homes of Ulster.
Click on the button, type in your date,
place and duration of hire and we'll giver you back
a list of providers so you can choose the best deal.
We call it "Quote and Pick" . . . and it works.
Our "Quote and Pick" booking system
will provide you with the car and the cost that
suits you best.
The links below will take you to our main Northern
Ireland car rental locations. Pick up and drop off
details are on your booking confirmation . . .