Book a hotel near Divis & Black Mountain

Climb to the top of Divis and the Black Mountain for incredible views across Belfast and beyond. On a clear day you can see Strangford Lough, the Mourne Mountains and even glimpse Scotland, Donegal, Cumbria and Wales on the horizon!

The paths up to the summit are well marked and generally gentle but suitable footwear and clothing is always recommended. Park for free in the National Trust car park and drop in to the Long Barn visitors centre for guides and maps.

The mountains contain a mosaic of grassland heath and bog with an abundance of species. Be sure to bring binoculars for bird spotting: red grouse; skylarks and peregrine falcons all call Divis Mountain home. Don’t forget the camera for wildlife and scenery shots, in the area there are even bluebell woods, spring lambs taking their first steps, spring nature walks and beautiful manor houses.

After hiking the mountain that contains 180-degree views of the city, treat yourself to a well-deserved coffee in the Long Barn. Perfect for Game of Thrones lovers who are mad about dragons and even families who are looking for some rainy-day fun!

Maldron Hotel Belfast Int.

20 minutes driving

Maldron Hotel Belfast International Airport is located just 50 metres from the terminal entrance of the airport, taking the hassle out of your day with short and long-term stay packages available. The hotel includes modern, spacious and comfortable rooms with excellent outstanding service from staff paying attention to the finer things, and conveniently – free parking available for those who are taking off at the airport.

Divis and Black Mountain are located approximately 20 minutes drive from Maldron Hotel Belfast International Airport. Public transport to the castle is also available that will take an hour and a half with buses 109a and 106, or 300a and 106.

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