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Uk Proprietor: Mary Callan Rooms: 5 PkCb Pkb Large Victorian detached villa situated in suburban South Belfast with spacious ensuite bedrooms, 22” TV’s and off street car parking. Convenient to Queen’s University, Botanic Gardens, restaurants and theatres – only 10 minutes from the city centre. 50 Originally a Church of Ireland rectory built in 1896. Located close to Queen’s University and M1/M2 motorways, a 7 minute walk to the Public Records Office of Northern Ireland (PRONI) and 10 minutes by bus to the city centre.
Com Rooms: 40 PkDCb^WiFi kDCb^FWiFi Situated at the Dunmurry/Suffolk junction of the M1 Motorway in rural South Belfast. The Balmoral Hotel is ideally situated for both business and pleasure, with easy access to Belfast city centre, the King’s Hall Conference and Exhibition Centre and within easy reach of both city and international airports. Offering 40 ensuite bedrooms, 3 fully air conditioned conference rooms with a capacity of 450 people. Licensed to carry out civil marriages. Newly refurbished landscaped gardens with gazebo.
Its famous castle, built by nobleman John de Courcy in the 12th Century, is considered one of the finest examples of Norman architecture in Europe. The town’s beautiful walls were built at the request of Queen Elizabeth I in 1608 and were completed in 1615. Other striking historic sights such as the ‘big lamp’ which was reconstructed in 1990, the King William statue, Knockagh Monument and Shiels Houses all add to the quaint atmosphere of this charming town. Carrickfergus is also home to its own Carrickfergus Museum, The Andrew Jackson Cottage – homesteaded of the 7th President of the USA, the US Rangers Centre and “Flame” - Ireland’s sole surviving gasworks museum.
Belfast Visitor Guide