Guesthouses in Belfast
|| Whether you’re
looking for a convenient and comfortable place to call your home whilst
you’re in Belfast, or want to try some classic Northern Irish
hospitality, there’s sure to be a guesthouse to meet your needs.
Book into the Eglantine [map]
and enjoy the hospitality of your host Ann who looks after all guests
travelling to Belfast. Spacious rooms have tea and coffee facilities
and shaving points, and are great value for money. The Eglantine can
be found at Eglantine Avenue.
Roger and Olive man the Ravenhill Guesthouse [map],
Ravenhill Road, and ensure that visitors return year after year to
enjoy the home comforts on offer. The hosts only serve organic produce
and can offer hungry vegetarians an excellent cooked breakfast. The
Victorian guesthouse even has a library from which you can choose
your bedtime reading.
Historians will love to check into An Old Rectory [map],
Malone Road, for a real sense of the past. This guesthouse dates back
to the 1880s when it was a real rectory. The breakfast selection is
certainly impressive, with a large menu to choose from. There’s
also complimentary whisky served in the drawing room for tired travellers.
Another Victorian villa to marvel at is Marine Guesthouse [map],
Eglantine Avenue. This quaint venue is situated in its own grounds
down a tree-lined avenue, and provides a perfect escape from the hustle
and bustle of Belfast life whilst still being close to the action.
If you fancy a holiday on the putting green a stay at Roseleigh
places you close to some good golf courses. This elegant, yet affordable,
guesthouse has nine en suite rooms and is just 10 minutes from Belfast
city centre. It’s located at Rosetta Park.
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