This is an old step inn with horse carriages dating from about 1608, although its current name and buildings were purchased in 1820. Renovated in the late 80's, this inn is a beautiful place, next to a stream, to spend one or more nights in an atmosphere that is sure to make you think of other times. One of the cleanest and organised toilets I've ever seen just like the rooms which are beautifully maintained and tastefully decorated. I cannot fail to mention the restaurant services, one of the best meals I've had in Northern Ireland (especially sausages made there, by hand, with mashed potatoes, caramelized onions, all with Guinness stout sauce) and the caring, patient, charming staff always have a friendly smile. It offers a unique atmosphere between the Giants Causeway, Portrush and the distillery of the same name.
Although I have not been on the other Ibis in the center of Belfast, I think this is a better choice though is about a mile from the center because of the small difference in price. The hotel is very modern, spacious rooms with all in order and design styling. The sink was like a prefabricated module inside the room. All perfect, with the exception of breakfast which is not included in the in the price of 60.67 on 12 November, low season. Although some websites say there is a car park, we were told to park on the street as they had no parking. We parked in front on University street without problems and free. Next to the hotel there is a beautiful church, the Fitzroy Presbyterian church. The coordinates are N 54 º 35 '10.17 W 5 ° 55' 50.73
This is an excellent hotel choice located just one block from the bus station in Belfast, and you also have the ability to walk to all the major sites in the city. Victoria Avenue is 100 meters away, the Crown Bar is 50 (one of the most famous bars) and the Catholic neighbourhood is about 15 minutes away. I loved the size of the rooms, with the bathroom not far behind. Its cleanliness and order rise to the occasion.
Located in the small village of Waterfoot you will find this charming bed and breakfast. The rooms are large and comfortable and silence reigns in this beautiful place. The price is 55 pounds (Ireland is quite expensive) and get breakfast with everything you want and a plate of bacon, eggs and sausages. The owners are very friendly, and you can park your car in their car park. It is right next to the Glenariff Forest Park.
Quay road has several B&Bs. The property is run by an older couple. It has parking. Guests sleep in a separate annex with several rooms. The rooms are very nice and breakfast is pretty good. The price 50 pounds. It's a good site.
If you want to sleep next to the Giant's Causeway Visitors' Centre then this is your place. The place has been running since 1836. The hotel has 28 rooms, all with a bath. Several rooms have stunning sea views and a private terrace. The rooms are well equipped, including TV and tea and coffee making facilities. Being so close to the Causeway this becomes an ideal place to explore the area.
On the beautiful coast of Antrim (recommended instead of Northern Ireland), facing the bay of Ballygally, it is one of the most luxurious hotels in the region. Obviously, backpacking as I am, it didn't even occur to me to ask how much it cost to spend a night there. It's beyond my budget. I had to settle for looking at it from the outside.
Located a little more than 500 meters from the Belfast bus and train station, Ibis Belfast Centre is a modern, central and practical hotel, perfect for short stays. The location of this hotel is spectacular and the views from higher floors is very good. There are promotions where you can get a room for 38 pounds rather than the normal 45.
My first B&B in Ireland was decorated in the same style as my grandmothers house. Away from the bustle of the town, and surrounded by fields with sheep, it was an excellent choice. Compared to other Bed and Breakfasts I'd say it was recommendable, both in terms of the bed and the breakfast.
Wedged between the train station and the Grand Opera House, you'll find the Jurys Inn. I think it has one of the best locations for a hotel in the entire city...not only for the train station but also because it's close to a lot of the major sights like Belfast City Hall or the Belfast Wheel. The hotel has about 190 rooms.
The hotel was designed specifically for travellers wanting longer stays. The place is most commonly defined as a place to live, which includes a variety of services available 24 hours, such as laundry, ironing, safety box and luggage carts. In the surrounding area there are numerous restaurants, shops, fitness centers and other points of interest in the area.
The Ramada Belfast (Belfast, Northern Ireland, Great Britain), located on the outskirts of the city of Belfast, is a modern building with 120 rooms including all amenities. It features a health club that hosts a sauna, steam room, indoor pool, sundeck, fully equipped gym and beauty treatments. It has a conference room that holds up to 900 people. The bar and grill offers a variety of plates and drinks to satisfy even the most demanding guests.
The Hostal Sunbeam House B & B (situated in Londonderry) is located in the center of the city of Derry, on the outskirts of the historic walls. It is a charming place to stay. It is located just minutes away from the major shopping centers of Derry, restaurants, bars, theaters and cathedrals. All the rooms are comfortable and feature TV and courtesy tray and each room has central heating. They offer a tasty English breakfast, which is included in the price. It has 4 rooms available.
LA Mon Hotel and Country Club B is situated in the tranquility of County Down, just five miles from the centre of Belfast. The property has just renovated all areas and facilities including 80 rooms and suites, extensive conference facilities, banquet, restaurant, and a health and leisure centre. Guests also have free access to all the hotel's leisure facilities. It features a heated swimming pool, steam room, sauna, gym, Jacuzzi and beauty salon.
The Malmaison Belfast Hotel is located in Northern Ireland, in Belfast's city centre, on Victoria Street. It's close to the area's two shopping malls. It was remodelled in 2004, but maintains its original 1860 essence. This boutique hotel retains its high curved ceilings, wood beams and carved stone gargoyles that blends with its rooms modern and luxurious style. It offers suites, luxury suites and suites for honeymooners.
The Best Western Hotel is located along the north coast of Ireland in the beautiful town of Portrush, whose past is very much present today. Hotel guests have easy access to the picturesque and romantic Dunluce Castle, the Bushmills Distillery which has the oldest licensed whiskey, and Queens University. The hotel has been recently renovated and has modern technology with all the luxuries and comforts in a traditional setting.
The Ten Square Boutique Hotel Belfast is in Belfast, Northern Ireland. This Victorian building is located near the city center and offers en suite rooms decorated in an Asian style offering luxury and comfort can also be seen in the restaurant and the hotel bar where breakfast, lunch and dinner plus power listen to live music while sampling local dishes with Asian twists.
The Galgorm Resort is situated 4 miles away from Ballymena, in county Antrim. This is a hotel offering a total of 75 rooms (including Junior Suites, Deluxe, Superior and Standard) decorated in a traditional or contemporary style. It features modern and luxurious bathrooms, flat screen TV, lounge, desk and some with a garden. In the gardens, there are cabins and cottages, ideal for a family vacation. The Galgorm Resort has a spa with infinity pool, aromatherapy room, ice fountain, sauna, whirlpool bath, Cleopatra bath and a wide range of treatments. The Golf Club Galgorm Castle is a 3 minute drive away. In it there is free parking.
In the monumental, historic town of Belfast, in the UK, you'll find the charming Ten Square Hotel. It has a wonderful steakhouse bar that's known for providing great evening entertainment to it's guests. The rooms at the Hotel Ten Square have either individual or double beds, free Wi-Fi, flat screen television with satellite channels and fully equipped private bathrooms. In addition, the property is located in front of the Belfast City Hall and just 4 kilometers from the airport.
Secluded from the bustle of central London and situated in a natural environment, surrounded by gardens, flowers and a lake. Ideal for family trips and long walks in the surrounding area. Rent a car and visit places further afield such as the Walls of Derry St. Columba's Cathedral or the city or the very center of London. The rooms have a private bathroom and dressing room. Panoramic views of the lake. The Hostal A Lakeside Town Farm B & B offers a lounge, kitchen and an area of detailed decor. The decor includes vaulted ceilings and wooden beams and fireplaces in the rooms. In the restaurant's Hostel Lakeside Town Farm B & B they bake their own bread and pastries for you to enjoy and delicious freshly cooked food made with fresh produce.