- Very Good
- 3 guest reviews
"Could not possibly make any complaints! Wonderfully warm hostess greeted us with such friendliness, making us feel so welcome in her beautif..."
"This place is a one-off - has huge advantages such as beautiful old furniture and lovely paintings, but no en-suites or kettles in rooms. Va..."
About the hotel
This is a listed Victorian house in a leafy secluded terrace in South Belfast. Convenient to restaurants, theatres, Botanic Gardens and Palm House, Museum and the Queen's University of Belfast. It is also within easy reach of the city centre A family home offering a choice of two spacious, luxurious double rooms.
Free wi-fi Walking tours can be arranged.
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100% would recommend it to a friend
Could not possibly make any complaints.
Wonderfully warm hostess greeted us with such friendliness, making us feel so welcome in her beautiful home. A nice walk in to the city, situated close to Queens University. Quality of food was superb, as was the room and facilities. Overall a lovely stay!
An old-fashioned experience
This place is a one-off - has huge advantages such as beautiful old furniture and lovely paintings, but no en-suites or kettles in rooms.
Value is similar to a Premier Inn but the facilities are fewer. However, this b and b has such character that there is really little comparison. It is well located, walking distance from restaurants, Queen's university, the Ulster Museum, two theatres and the city centre but is in an idyllically quiet hidden leafy terrace behind the larger street of Wellington Park.