Bed & Breakfast in Belfast
|| Many people choose to
stay in a bed and breakfast for that “home from home”
feel, but much of the accommodation in Belfast has its own unique
charm that you simply won’t find anywhere else, plus there’s
the lure of the “Ulster Fry”.
To imagine the perfect Ulster Fry think of an English cooked
breakfast and then double it. To recreate this mammoth breakfast you’d
need bacon, sausage, eggs, tomato, mushrooms, a vegetable roll, potato
Farls (Irish potatoes), and Soda Farl (Irish bread). Sound too complicated
for first thing in the morning? Let a B & B take care of everything.
Stay close to the action and book your room at Tara Lodge [map],
which is a decidedly sophisticated venue and a cut above your bargain
B & B. Located at Cromwell Road, it’s just a stones’
throw from the Botanic Gardens and has its own secure parking as well
as plenty of luxurious touches like trouser presses in all rooms and
If you want to be close to the rail station or the airport you’ll
find comfortable accommodation at Maranatha [map]
, Ravenhill Road. This no-smoking establishment offers a warm
and welcoming family environment in which to unwind after your travels.
Go for style on a large scale and check into Helga Lodge [map],
Cromwell Road, Belfast. With 32 rooms (14 of which are en suite) this
is the largest bed and breakfast in Belfast - but quality and
quantity go hand in hand here. You’re also in the very heart
of all the best nightlife here so you don’t have to go far to
Whatever the weather you’re sure of a friendly welcome at the
All Seasons [map],
Lisburn Road, Belfast. Close to many of Belfast’s designer shops,
cafes and restaurants, you’ll have plenty of entertainment to
choose from during your stay.
Windermere House [map]
is close to Queen’s University and a great place for younger
people to stay. Located at Wellington Park, you’ll get basic
yet comfortable accommodation in a lively part of Belfast.
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