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A large, beautiful Belfast home that has been adapted for the utmost in comfort and style.
Holiday Inn Express is located in the centre of Belfast’s lively University Quarter
Harpers Boutique Bed and Breakfast occupies a grand Victorian townhouse in the Queen's Quarter.
3 Bedroom ground floor apartment. Sleeps up to 6 people. 2 Bathrooms. Fully equipped kitchen.
The Presbyterian Historical Society of Ireland library and archive.
Enjoy your stay in a luxury apartment with character and history.
First established in 1828, the gardens have been enjoyed as a public park since 1895.
Lagan Backpackers is where great memories are created. A large, beautiful Belfast home that has been adapted for the utmost in comfort, style and good times, or as we say here "great craic".
Holiday Inn Express is located in the centre of Belfasts lively University Quarter. This Fresh, stylish and welcoming hotel is the obvious choice for both the business and leisure guest. The hotel offers free car parking, breakfast and Wifi
Harpers occupies a grand Victorian townhouse situated on University Street in Belfast’s Queen's Quarter. Walking distance from Central and Botanic train stations it’s also a 15 minute walk to the heart of Belfast City Centre.
A ground floor apartment in a gated complex with remote access. It has 3 bedrooms (1 ensuite) and an excellent family bathroom. There is a fully equipped luxury kitchen. The property has been refurbished to a high standard. Has fast fibre Wi-Fi.
The library and archive of the Presbyterian Historical Society of Ireland is an important resource for the history of Presbyterianism in Ireland and for those with Presbyterian roots.
Located in the heart of the Queen's University area of Belfast this recently restored apartment in a listed Victorian building includes original timber shutters to windows and spacious rooms with ornamental plasterwork.
First established in 1828, the gardens have been enjoyed as a public park by the people of Belfast since 1895. There is an extensive rose garden and long herbaceous borders and the tree enthusiast can seek out the rare oaks planted in the 1880s.