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Titanic Quarter, Queens Road, Belfast, Co Antrim,
Mr Niall Flynn
T: (028) 9040 9948
Central location to explore Belfast and easy access to motorway network to explore Northern Ireland.
This apartment is finished to a high standard and is very comfortable. The lounge/dining area comprises a two seater sofa bed, 42" Plasma TV, DVD player and DVDs. There is also a surround sound music system throughout the apartment. The SSE Arena with cinema, bowling alley, bars and restaurants is 400 meters away. The popular W5 attraction is also located there.
There is a Mace convenience store with post office and off licence on the ground floor of the building. The Dock coffee shop and a home bakery are also located on the ground floor. Titanic Belfast and SS Nomadic are within a five minute walk, and Titanic Dock and Pumphouse within 15 minute walk. There is a shuttle train to these attractions also. Stop is outside apartment. Belfast bikes to hire are located here also. Segways are available to hire to explore the Titanic Quarter.
There will be a welcome pack on arrival consisting of tea, coffee, milk, bread and cereal. Check in is from 3pm and check out is from 11am. We will try to accommodate guests outside these times if possible. There is a private garden located on the second floor of the building. Please remember to bring your key fob to get back into the building.
The Giant's Causeway is a one and a half hour drive and Dublin is a two hour drive. The Belfast Bus Tour stops outside the apartment, as does the Metro bus 26, 26A, 26B, and 26Cfrom Donegall Square in City Centre. You can also avail of the Black Taxi (London Cabs) tour of the city highlighting the murals and the Crumlin Road Gaol, also a popular visitor attraction.
Other attractions are Queen's University, Botanic Gardens and the Ulster Museum. The Cathedral Quarter is a short walk across the River Lagan and is home to various bars and restaurants. There are several excellant golf courses such as Belvoir Park and Malone a short drive away (20 minutess), with the famous Royal County Down (50 minutes) and Royal Portrush (1.5 hours).