See why so many travellers make Roseleigh House their guest house of choice when visiting Belfast. Providing an ideal mix of value, comfort and convenience, it offers a family-friendly setting with an array of amenities designed for travellers like you.
Free wifi is offered to guests, and rooms at Roseleigh House offer a flat screen TV.
During your stay, take advantage of some of the amenities offered, including newspaper and baggage storage. Guests of Roseleigh House are also welcome to enjoy free breakfast, located on site. For travellers arriving by car, free parking is available.
Given the close proximity of popular landmarks, such as National Football Stadium (1.9 mi) and Grand Opera House (1.9 mi), guests of Roseleigh House can easily experience some of Belfast's most well known attractions.
Travellers looking to enjoy some poutine can head to Bootleggers. Otherwise, you may want to check out a diner such as Granny Annies Kitchen, The Other Place, or Cafe Conor.
There is no shortage of things to do in the area: explore popular ancient ruins such as Giant's Ring.
We’re sure you’ll enjoy your stay at Roseleigh House as you experience all of the things Belfast has to offer.
We had a lovely time. We slept warm and cozy and ate a very delicious Irish breakfast. Donna gave us advice on where to go and visit. The room was clean and we had a nice view of the quiet neighborhood. It’s minutes away from the city center and the titanic museum.
A lovely stay! Room was great, on the first floor very spacious and very quiet. And the breakfast was delicious. The location was residential and peaceful, and a straight forward half hour walk from the city centre. Would recommend to those visiting Belfast.
This is a lovely place to stay and only a short taxi ride from all the main attractions. Hosts Donna and James go out of their way to ensure a perfect stay. It is spotlessly clean and the cooked breakfast is very good . Could do with fruit, yoghurt and cereals to start the breakfast experience. The room was very comfortable but the shower over the bath was disappointing and needs updating to a proper shower cubicle. However the slight negatives should not put anyone off staying here. It is the perfect place to enjoy a visit to the city. Donna was extremely helpful in offering advice on places to visit and how to get there. The car parking is an added bonus.
The hosts were very welcoming. Breakfast was cooked to perfection. Ideal location within walking distance to belfast city. Rooms were lovely clean and warm. Would definitely recommend this to anyone heading to Belfast for a getaway
We were lucky to book a room at very short notice at Roseleigh House. It is not very far from the city centre on the local bus route. Roseleigh House was clean, elegant and peaceful. James and Donna were happy and helpful hoasts, the room was clean and comfortable and the breakfast ample and delicious. My husband was very impressed with the Ulster Fry (northern Irish full breakfast) and the freshly brewed coffee. I was also delighted with my porridge with a shot of Bushmills whiskey followed by scrambled eggs and salmon and the gorgeous Irish wholemeal bread with butter and lots of tea. We would definitely recommend Roseleigh House to anyone visiting Belfast and looking for great accommodation in a leafy and tranquil neighbourhood, but not far from all the major attractions in the city centre.…
Stayed in mid October. Couldn’t rate it highly enough. Great room and en-suite. Breakfast on both mornings was as good as you could get anywhere. James was very helpful with tips for getting around the City. Plenty of good restaurants and pubs within a 5 minutes walk plus bus stop to get into City centre. Will definitely be back.
We had a terrific time at this lovely B&B. It is on a quiet back street with parking and is close to the bus stop. The hosts were fabulous and went out of their way to accommodate some issues we had. The breakfasts were delicious and the room very comfortable. Highly recommended.
We booked two rooms for two nights in this large and beautifully finished house. We were warmly welcomed and made to feel at home. Bedrooms are comfortable and the location is quiet. Service at breakfast by James was first class with Donna working hard in the kitchen to produce exactly what you wanted (and what a choice!). It is only a short walk to the main road where there are frequent busses into the city centre. We visited the Titanic exhibition and it only took 40 minus to get there across the City using the very cheap public transport system. In sum a superb B&B ideally located.
The Roseleigh was superb in every way. Donna and James were amazing hosts throughout our 4-night stay. Our room facing the front yard was cozy, very comfortable and spotless. The B&B is in a Victorian Neighbourhood, within easy walking distance of restaurants and pubs as well as the bus stop for trips downtown. We were able to park our car in the back and take a break after 3 weeks of driving on the left-side. The breakfasts were amazing. I had the full-Irish breakfast one morning, an amazing French Toast on two mornings and hot oatmeal with a shot of Bushmills on another. James was extremely genial as was Donna. Both supplied us with many hints on how to get around in Belfast as well as ideas on our return south to Dublin. We can't say enough good things about the Roseleigh. Truly a highlight of our trip.…
Excellent b&b offering amazing à la carte cooked breakfast. The service went beyond my expectations; we were made to feel at home and looked after. The hosts are absolutely delightful and willing to help. Rooms are nice and the area is a lovely corner of East Belfast, very leafy with curbside parking and short driving distance from BHD airport. Only feedback I'd give is the radio is on during breakfast from about 7:45 and can be heard upstairs (I was up already so no trouble).