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stayed in the titanic suite of this b&b, very clean, good location, close to bus route
Car park available out front, great breakfast and our friendly host even did our laundry which was a real bonus since we were on a 4 week trek.
This was an excellent find in a very nice area and I will come back again to stay for longer than 2 days next time. Good safe off-road parking, a short 3 minute walk to the bus routes 9a, 9b and 9c running every few...More
Searching for a hotel in Belfast? Search no further. From the moment we arrived to check out, our experience was second to none.
We arrived after an early morning flight at 9.30am, not expecting anything other than a facility to drop our luggage before heading...More
Clean, comfortable and quiet.
Melvyn was very helpful and the price of the room was much cheaper than elsewhere on a Saturday night.
Breakfast was included in the price which was a bonus.
Only downside is that the key to the main door doesn't work...More
Ideal location for anyone coming in on M1, with plenty of parking. A 10 minute bus ride into city centre, and we didn't wait long for the bus. Host was very welcoming, just the right amount of chat, not over-bearing. Rooms recently renovated, very fancy...More
About 20 mins by car when the roads are clear. Those roads can be pretty busy round rush hour. According to the ni assembly site there's a few buses that stop there. There's a bus stop really close to kings lodge. It says... More
About 20 mins by car when the roads are clear. Those roads can be pretty busy round rush hour. According to the ni assembly site there's a few buses that stop there. There's a bus stop really close to kings lodge. It says the 20A, 23 and 29. Might need a different one in to the city centre to get one of those buses to storming estate. Hope that helps!
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"Wide doors throughout in case you are in a wheelchair"