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Linen House Hostel
"Though its location could be called sketchy, Linenhouse Hostel provides all necessary facilities. Its most recommending features are its comfortable and spacious common spaces, whereas the dorms are cramped and the bathrooms dirty. It also has a pesky fee for left luggage. The nightly rates are more than worth any inconvenience, however, making it a worthy resting spot for any spendthrift. The Location Linenhouse Hostel is rather...
Belfast International Youth Hostel
"A large and conveniently located hostel, Belfast International Youth Hostel offers extra commodities that can make your stay extra comfortable and efficient. Here is a rare hostel that charges amazing rates without nickel and diming you for all the little things. The Location At the south end of the city centre, Belfast International is a quick walk from the thriving nightlife of Belfast, a cinema, and many restaurants. This luxury has...
"It's the best hostel I've ever been! It even made me and my boyfriend decide to start our own hostel in Holland. The people who work there are very friendly and helpfull. We were with a group of 8 people and they really helped us to find interesting things to do. The cleanyness is ok. But what had the most charm, is the atmosphere. At one time, Herman (the friend of arnie who was running the place at the time) had his anniversuary at this...
Paddy's Palace Belfast
"Located a comfortable fifteen-minute walk south of the the city centre, and only five minutes from the university, Paddy's Palace Belfast is well located for visiting the city. One of the growing Paddy's Palace chain, a good proportion of the guests at any one time are part of a Paddywagon tour, ensuring that the hostel is always lively. Whilst the location makes the hostel reasonably easy to find, the lack of any signage with the name...
The Old Georgian House
"… who, on June 5, 1821, formed the Belfast Natural History Society, which established the first museum in Ireland to be built by public subscription, at No. 7 College Square North. To commemorate Barney Hughes (1808–1878), the master baker and philanthropist who inspired one of Belfast’s most famous street songs The Ulster History Circle has erected a blue plaque on his former home at 11 College Square North. In order to keep...
"So much fun! - I was travelling by myself, and only staying one night. The hostel was so easy to book. When I got there, the neighbourhood was amazing, and pretty, and felt very safe. The hostel is very clean (you see staff cleaning all the time), comfortable and cozy. As soon as you check in, the staff gives you a city map, and highlights what to see, and what not to waste money on! The owner set up an evening bbq with the sole purpose of...
"Vagabonds is a great option for budget travelers looking for a clean bed and a social experience in Belfast. The Location Located just off the main square, Vagabonds is in a safe neighborhood and easy to locate. The main bus station is only a ten-minute walk away from the hostel. Food and convenience stores are located nearby and the hostel features a kitchen for use by guests. Rooms and Bathrooms The twelve-bed mixed dorm was...
"Global Village hostel has an ideal location in the Queen’s University area of Belfast, within easy reach of the city centre and surrounded by ample opportunities for nightlife. Despite this, the street is relatively quiet and traffic noise is not a problem. The hostel itself is in a beautifully converted Victorian house and has a small outdoor area. The Location Global Village Backpackers hostel is located in the Queen’s University...
Belfast City Backpacker
"… ** ** Quiet hours are STRICTLY from 11pm - 8am - Guests making excessive noise during quiet hours may be charged. ** All guests must provide ID on check in. No ID - No stay! * If you wish to book a room for a guest under 18 years old, you must contact the hostel prior to booking. Failure to do so may result in the booking being cancelled * *Regulation on Alcohol: Alcohol is not permitted in any of the dorm rooms. Alcohol...
"Ark Hostel has a good reputation among travelers. Along the way we met several people who had stayed there and they all had good things to say. We would have to agree. Located in the university district, very close to Botanic Station (about five minutes on foot), the hostel is only a leisurely fifteen-minute walk into the centre of Belfast. Facilities include a well-stocked kitchen, a large dining room (with only two tables), a separate TV...
"… eye, and as the new kid on the block (literally) we are sure to impress.Each apartment is freshly and tastefully furnished, with two rooms and a spacious lounge/kitchen area. They all have state of the art flat screen plasma TVs installed in each room with a larger one in the lounge (complete with plush leather lounges). There are two bedrooms to each apartment, with one apartment containing two double rooms and two apartments with...
"… or triple room. All rooms have a TV, tea and coffee making facilities and a vanity unit with shaving point. The guesthouse has free wii fii and non-smoking areas. Guests with special dietary requirements are also catered for. Windermere Guesthouse has a secure and private car park. For those that prefer not to drive we are central to excellent links with rail, bus and taxis. Guests can choose from a range of restaurants, shops and...
Greenmount Bed & Breakfast
"… t" … "… restaurants and pubs are all available locally. Musgrave Park Hospital, Windsor Park, Casement Park, St Marys University, Kings Hall, Royal Victoria Hospital and extraordinary nature parks and reserves are all minutes away from us. We offer a range of services and facilities to compliment your stay including - Tea and Coffee making facilities Wireless internet connection Iron, ironing...
The Old Post Office Guesthouse
"… by scenic farm land and close to the breath-taking Mourne Mountains. The Old Post Office boasts a wealth of ammenities including: a fully equipped kitchen and dining room with all modern conveniences, a wood burning fireplace in its cozy country-style living room, a lovely and large bath upstairs complete with a towel warming rack,and four generously sized bedrooms. Externally there is a large garage, enclosed rear garden and...
"… to town; 25 mins walk, 7 min by bus. Cheap rate taxi available. Tours can be arranged. 12 mins to university area; 10 to Lyric theatre.All usual shops for food, drink,, banks post office, nail bar, clothes menders, dry cleaners etc round the corner plus off licences, bars, many takeaway and wide selection of restaurants. Couple nice coffee bars. Lovely large park 3 mins away. Dogs in house will accompany anyone who wants to go...
Queen's University Summer Accommodation
"… - Friday, an ATM and a coin operated laundry. On site car parking is available (for a small charge) and this should be arranged when booking your accommodation. Free wired internet is available in your room and again this should be arranged when booking.Accommodation is offered in 1125 single en suite rooms which are simply furnished with a single bed, a desk and chair. The en suite bathroom has a shower; we do not have baths. Rooms...
"… to enjoy afternoon tea and complementary newspapers. The room is also available for private meetings. Computer & Wi-Fi Internet Connections Wi-Fi service available throughout the building. Computer available on request. Storage Room Store your bags/golf bags securely and collect at a convenient time. Car Park On street parking at the door.. Our rooms are all unique. Our prices are the same all year round. We have 5 ensuite...
"A warm welcome awaits you at Beechgrove Farm. Beechgrove is situated along the shores of Belfast Lough on the County Antrim side, approximately 1 mile north-west of Carrickfergus (off the A2) and close to the Knockagh Monument" … 412 Upper Road, Trooperslane, Carrickfergus
"… for its chef's fantastic Ulster Breakfast, Maranatha House features free parking and free Wi-Fi, and is just 2 miles from the city centre and a short drive from George Best City airport. The local area offers an abundance of shops, bars and restaurants as well as the renowned Ravenhill Rugby Pitch and is local to the Odyssey and Waterfront Hall. All ten rooms in this restored Victorian house are en suite, each having been decorated...
"… each decorated in their own style with art collected from my many travels over the years. Each has free WiFi, TV and DVD player with access to DVD library and a hospitality tray. The first two are double rooms, one with a sink. The bathroom is equipped with both a quadrant shower and a bath. Room one’s theme is slightly oriental with original artwork on the wall. Room three's is more funky. The second is ensuite and is the largest...
"I went with the Xtreme FM group and I loved the place to stay in it was fun and I hope to make a reservation for me and my mates to stay some time." … "… ideal for locals, visitors and tourists alike. Farset International offers 38 twin rooms, all en suite with colour TV and tea/coffee facilities and maintained to the highest standard. Prices start from £20 per person sharing ensuring excellent value for money. Farset...
Chimney Corner Hotel
"… along with direct dial telephone, television, trouser press and coffee/tea making facilities. The hotel also has a restaurant, bar, sauna, walk in solarium and nightclub. Breakfast is served each morning to start the guests day on the right note. The adjoining restaurant Rafters is located in the original Coaching House building and provides a full service to guests from lunch to dinnertime. Guest can then unwind in the fitness...
"City centre budget hotel, the ideal location to base yourself while working or visiting Belfast. Designed to meet the needs of todays budget conscious family, corporate guest or short break customer, the Belfast Central Travelodge cannot be beaten for price or value. Prices quoted are per room and bedrooms are spacious, with double size beds set with comfy duvets. Rooms have complimentary TCMF, multi channel TV. The Travelodge Belfast...
Belfast Travel Tips & Suggestions
It's a violent, racist, bigoted dump.
I can't believe I am saying this, but Belfast is the best city in the world. I've been all over the world -- Europe, Asia, North and South America, even Australia -- and no one has been so well mannered (even when drunk), welcoming, and friendly than Belfast people.
It's not the nicest place I've visited. It has few nice things to see, but I didn't especially like the city. The only thing I found that was awesome was Belfast Castle in Cave Hill -- that place was charming!
I'm English and my girlfriend lives in a Catholic area of North Belfast. I've never felt unsafe there once. It has its problems like any other city but as long as you're not brash and loud about religion and politics, it's fine. I like it that much, I'm moving there.
I found Belfast to be an awesome city. It is completely safe to walk around alone at 3 in the morning. There are great indie rock bars to go to and the people are extremely friendly. I cannot wait to go back.
Belfast is probably the most interesting place to visit on the Island of Ireland. It's emerging from conflict, and the people are very open and friendly. While it is true that there are drunks who may seem intimidating, as long as you leave them alone they shouldn't bother you. Belfast is very affordable and offers a lot of history. I would much prefer to have stayed here longer than in Dublin!
Belfast is a lovely place with lovely, friendly people and very helpful. They have a great sense of humor -- great craic.
Belfast is a really interesting place to visit. As a visitor from outside, I would say you are generally safe. For example everyone seems to feel the need to view the murals via a black cab tour, but walking around in the sectarian areas really isn't dangerous, as long as you have somewhat of a clue about what it's all about and don't put your foot in it (don't wear a Celtic top or a Union Jack)! The next generation seems to be making an effort to move on from the conflict, but a lot of the pubs we went into still seemed quite rough, macho, and a bit intimidating. There's probably somewhere in town with nice, funky bars that we just didn't find.
Not safe? Belfast's far friendlier than Dublin! In Belfast people actually smile at you. I've been all over the world and Belfast was one of the most welcoming cities I've ever been to.
We found Belfast disarming and charming, and I look forward to returning sometime. My experience has been that the media can give visitors a very distorted impression of any area that is only curable by an onsite visit so that we may form our own opinion. And our opinion of Belfast/Ireland is very, very favorable.
— Juanito Hayburg
Belfast is an amazing city. I found it quite safe (same rules apply here as they do anywhere else in the world: don't walk around at 3am by yourself, etc etc) and the people of Belfast are among the friendliest I've ever met.
Belfast has more trouble than any other place. You can't even say you're from Northern Ireland because people feel sorry for you. It's a lovely place but why can't people get along?
I would say that no area east, west, or north is safe for anyone, locals or visitors-- they are all extremly dangarous after dark. Best for anyone coming to stick to the Queens area of the city: it is about the safest.
The city centre- royal avenue etc where the main shopping area is - is deserted after the shops close at 5pm, except for gangs of hoods who roam the streets. It is very dangarous to wander around that area after this time. I have been attacked and several of my friends have as well- police presence is zero. It is better to stay around the university area of the city after dark; it is very lively with lots to do.
A good tip is to check out the triangle bounded by Newtownards, Bangor, and Belfast. While driving is somwhat perilous on the narrow roads, if you hire a car and take the A2/A20/A21 and the roads via Craigantlet you get two different experiences of Northern Ireland - the urban metropolis and the country lanes where the only living being you're sharing the view with is a cow or two. People are very friendly and 75% of the city (basically anything that isn't west!) is unaffected by the troubles.
It's rubbish to say that Belfast is unsafe for women - it is no more unsafe than the rest of the UK and as a student from Belfast living in London and Manchester I would say it is a lot safer. If you stick to the city centre, university area, Lisburn Road, and the Oddysey complex to go out in, it's fine. There are some great bars and clubs about and the people are friendly - it's not a huge city but you'll have a great time - especially if you travel out to the coast or into the country! As for the troubles, it is a small minority of people that have anything to do with the unrest and only certain areas of the city. Do not be put off by the emphasis and exaggerations of the media!
If you are looking for some insight to the troubles surrounding Northern Ireland the Black Cab tour is highly recommended.
Belfast is a city with a lot of unrest and it is recommended that single women should not walk on the streets alone at night.
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