Ballycastle has been named the best place to live in Northern Ireland.
The Co Antrim seaside town is top of a list of five locations here - and 101 across the UK - chosen by The Sunday Times to represent the best of Britain in its annual Best Places to Live guide.
Judges noted that Ballycastle - where the average house price is £140,000 - had a thriving high street, an epic setting in Game of Thrones country, a forward-looking food scene and residents who care about their homes and each other.
Northern Ireland's capital also makes a return to the list, with South Belfast the most favoured corner of the city due to its laid-back lifestyle. The average property here is £179,950.
Northern Ireland's three other entries are all in Co Down: Dundrum (£164,950 average house price), Hillsborough (£195,000) and Holywood (£249,950).
The overall winner will be revealed this weekend in the Sunday Times and at sundaytimes.co.uk/bestplacestolive.