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Located beside the guest house in the university area of south Belfast.
1 and 2 bed quality apartments in a quiet residential area but close to Queens University.
The ideal place to stay when you come to Belfast. Located in the fashionable Malone Road area.
Deanes at Queens is a firmly established favourite with the local residents & professionals.
Charming, Central Apartment, Queens Quarter.
Modern Irish cuisine and an eclectic & unusual drink selection served in a relaxed environment.
The Botanic Inn, affectionately known as ‘The Bot’.
Located beside the guest house in the university area of south Belfast. This is a luxurious, fully self contained ground floor apartment in a Victorian town house.
Located beside the guest house in the university area of south Belfast. This is a luxurious, fully self contained apartment in a Victorian town house.
1 and 2 bed quality apartments in a quiet residential area but close to Queens University and 10 minutes from Belfast City Centre. Close to cafes, bars and restaurants of Stranmillis and Lisburn Road.
The ideal place to stay when you come to Belfast. Located in the fashionable Malone Road area, surrounded by trendy cafes and bars, this independent hotel is quite a Belfast institution. Car and Coach parking provided.
With it's glorious Terrace, Deanes at Queens is taking full advantage of its enviable leafy location overlooking the superb architecture of Methodist College. The restaurant serves lunch and dinner 6 days a week and is open for Sunday Lunch.
Located in the very popular Queens Quarter, and is close to a range of local amenities, including numerous restaurants, shops and Queens University. Only a short distance to travel into the City Centre, there are frequent and regular bus services.
Rustic Furniture, candelight and vintage decor create a unique ambiance at this beautiful Malone Road venue. Head Chef proprietor Michael O Connor knows how to make the most of out of our locally sourced produce.
The Botanic Inn, affectionately known as ‘The Bot’, has been recorded as dating back to 1798.