There are loads of fantastic deals available throughout February, from relaxing retreats in Belfast, to classic breaks that ooze elegance in County Dongel. Here are three of our favourite destinations across the Irish Sea...
Best for dramatic views: Blackhead Lighthouse, Belfast
As sleeping experiences go, you won't get much more unique than bedding down in a historic lighthouse standing on dramatic coastal cliffs. Escape to the beautiful surroundings of Blackhead Lighthouse in Belfast if you're looking for comfort, peace and quiet and breathtaking views over the Belfast Lough this Valentine's Day. Start the day as you mean to go on by watching the sun rise over the Irish Sea. Prices from £234 for two nights and return flights for two.
Best for pampering: Lough Eske Castle, Donegal Town
Spend your Valentines Day at the beautiful Lough Eske Castle, a luxury hotel and spa that sits within 43 acres of forest woodland. This glorious five-star destination hugs the shores of Lough Eske, with the Blue Stack Mountains in the background and plenty of walking routes to get you out in the fresh air. Don't forget to indulge in a massage or facial before you leave. Prices from £209 for two people including flights.
Best for style and charm: Merchant Hotel, Belfast
Escape to this restored Victorian sandstone building this Valentines Day if you want to have the ultimate celebrity treatment. The five-star Merchant Hotel offers a harmonious blend of Victorian grandeur and Art Deco design, situated in the heart of Belfast city centre's historic Cathedral Quarter.
There's a luxury spa, rooftop gym and panoramic city views to keep you entertained, plus a wide selection of bars and restaurants. Bliss. Prices from £220 for one night including flights for two.
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