Budget Accommodation in Belfast
||There’s some excellent
budget accommodation on offer in Belfast which means you can spend
your money on more important things like having fun.
There’s plenty of friendly hostels in and around the Belfast
Arnies Backpackers [map]
on Fitzwilliam Street isn’t just for backpackers so forget what
the name suggests. This is a great place for the money-conscious traveller
and offers free tea and coffee on arrival, a kitchen, real coal fires
and a small garden. Self-catering accommodation (use of kitchen and
dining room) is also available at a small fee.
If you’re looking for somewhere central that’s close to
both the bus and train station, you should book a room at The Belfast
International Hostel [map],
Donegall Road. With 38 rooms this hotel is great for those travelling
in large groups of friends or for hen and stag parties. There’s
no curfew here and Internet access is available for keeping in touch
during your travels.
Whether you plan on staying for a night or a few weeks you’ll
find a warm welcome at The Ark Hotel [map],
University Street. Situated in Belfast's popular university area,
The Ark offers single, twin, double and dormitory accommodation at
very competitive prices. The Ark is in walking distance of the Ulster
Museum, Botanic Gardens, concert halls, bus and train stations, pubs,
cafes and clubs. The hotel offers clean linen, cooking facilities
and tea and coffee. Internet and laundry facilities are also available.
The Linen House Hostel [map],
located at Kent Street, offers 20 bedrooms, four being en suites with
power showers. The hostel is housed in a fascinating old linen mill
and customers will find a warm welcome and comfortable surroundings
in which to relax. Plus there’s plenty of opportunity to make
new friends from around the world.
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