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Tour of Clifton House Belfast

Date
Jan 24 2018 - Dec 21 2018
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Contact details

Address

Clifton House Belfast 2 North Queen Street, Belfast, County Antrim,
T: (028) 9099 7022
E: lucy@cliftonbelfast.org.uk

Clifton House is an impressive Georgian building, set in beautiful landscaped gardens, built in 1774

Clifton House Belfast is more than just a meeting place. We offer our guests the ambience and tranquility of a stately home, making it an ideal choice for either an intimate, or a more formal event. Clifton House is an impressive Georgian building, set in beautiful landscaped gardens. Built in 1774 by Belfast Charitable Society, the building was used until the late 1880s as Belfast’s Poor House.

Tours of the house take place each Friday throughout the year. They begin at 15:00 and take approximately one hour to complete (dependent on group size). In addition to this, on the last Friday of each month, we offer a tour of the graveyard which is in close proximity of Clifton House.
Whether you are organising a training seminar, AGM, exhibition, conference, dinner or a reception, we offer a fully functional and self contained venue. Our contracted in-house caterers can offer a variety of menus to suit your budget and taste. We also provide complimentary on-site car parking for up to 70 cars. In addition to our impressive boardroom, two adjoining rooms are available. Our in-house event manager will provide you with a tailored and professional service and will work closely with you to ensure a successful and stress free experience.

Please note due to the nature of the building we have limited disabled access.