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11 Musgrave Park Court, Belfast, Co Antrim,
Mr Laurence Roberts
T: (028) 9087 2457

Villa style accommodation on three floors has lovely balcony and bedroom views over Musgrave Park.

Our 'Parkview Villa' townhouse is a big spacious accommodation with five bedrooms and plenty of bedroom space to spread out.

The accommodation has all conveniences including well equipped kitchen with dishwasher, big flatscreen TV with DVD/CD player and fast, reliable WiFi internet access throughout. There is an ensuite bathroom to the master bedroom, another main bathroom on the middle level and an extra lavatory at ground level. The rear bedrooms look out over the very lovely Musgrave Park and the middle rear bedroom has a large balcony overlooking the park also (There's a bit more info about the park lower down which may be of interest). The house also has a good sized enclosed garden area with lawn and patio.

Bedroom/bathroom set up in the house is as follows:

Top floor:
Double bedroom
Two single bedrooms

Middle floor:
Bedroom with a double bed and a single bed.
Bedroom with a modern style bunk bed with a single up top over a wider single (four foot wide) below.

There is an extra toilet on the ground floor also.

Everything is to hand such as washing machine and dryer, iron and ironing board etc. There is private parking on the drive.

Parkview Villa is just half a mile from junction one of the M1 Motorway, and just five minutes walk to the King's Hall concert and exhibition venue and Balmoral Conference Centre, making it convenient for visitors from all parts of Ireland and further afield.

Email now to for latest availability and the best possible nightly and weekly rates. We also have a number of similar family accommodation here in Belfast city centre and South Belfast.

'Parkview Villa' overlooks Musgrave Park with it's innovative therapy garden which has won the Green Flag Award in previous years. The park is named after Sir Henry Musgrave, who lived in nearby Drumglass House, and who donated the land to build the park in 1924.