Bright and airy double room in Edwardian house where you will get a very warm welcome! The room is spacious and comfortable, with lovely street views. Breakfast in the dining room or in cosy kitchen of you prefer, where you will be served home-made pancakes, brioche, jams and marmalades, free-range eggs and a big fry if you fancy it. Or, you can dine, weather permitting, in the garden and later borrow a bicycle, no charge, to explore the very lovely waterworks nature reserve nearby or further afield as your whim takes you!
You will sleep in 100% cotton sheets and towels are provided.
Nestled close to Cavehill, birthplace of the United Irishmen, an area of great natural beauty and stomping ground of the famed and tragic Henry Joy McCracken, the period property boasts a country-style kitchen, where languorous breakfasts are also served if you prefer and a living space that is very amenable to unwinding in the evening.
The house is located within an easy walk to shops which provide very good produce and also a variety of takeaways. There is a bus stop seconds from the house, which provides a very regular service into the centre of town where you will find a bustling town centre with a wide range of shops and entertainment. Also within a few minutes walk is an entrance to the local park, the Waterworks, where a wide range of wild birds can be spotted.
Belfast is replete with cultural, historic and retail areas of interest and I can provide you with details of these just to get you started! (email hidden)ly capital city, it provides an array of stores within a walkable city centre. In the evenings the centre offers a similarly lively atmosphere with options ranging from theatre, music, small, traditional pubs through to high end restaurants, all surrounded by the many historical offerings Belfast has.
Provided with the room: free wi-fi, parking and a bountiful, cooked breakfast.
Mary was a great host with a delicious breakfast and a comfortable room. Thanks for a great stay Mary!
Mary was very kind with us. The house is nice and neat and not too far away from city center.
If you have the occasion to go to Belfast, go at Mary's place.
I had a great stay with Mary. I feel that I now have a home in Belfast.
Mary took care of my wife and son while they were there. She has a lovely flat and had some great suggestions for places to eat in the area. She serves awesome breakfasts and we would stay there again.
Mary went above and beyond in accommodating us on our stay in Belfast! Breakfast was fantastic and the home itself is very cozy, all the while within very quick/easy/cheap travel by bus from the city center.
Mary's home was a wonderful stay. Better in person than described online. She was a complete total sweetheart too. So motherly and helpful. She even helped us do a small load of laundry and had it dried for us in the morning before we left. There was several other individuals staying in her home and we had the chance to meet one guest over a quick breakfast before our dash to the air express bus back to Dublin. I highly recommend her place which is just a quick 20 minute outside of the city. Still safe and beautiful surrounded by mountains as the backdrop.
Mary was a very nice host with a warm welcome, a nice house and lots of useful suggestions for sight-seeing. She provided a lovely breakfast of cereal, breads, fruit and pancakes - really thoughtful. Her house was very cosy with plenty of room and is in a great location. We'd recommend her to anyone!
It was an absolute pleasure to stay with Mary. We were made so welcome and her home is delightful. Mary is focussed on her guests needs and nothing was too much trouble. We had some interesting and enjoyable conversations. Staying with Mary helped to make our stay in Belfast a great experience. Thank you Mary.
We stayed with Mary for a couple of days and very much enjoyed our visit. Mary was very kind and gracious, and provided alot of insight into Belfast and Ireland that we would not have gotten any other way. Her home is easy to get to with a bus stop pretty much across the street. BTW, I recommend that you buy an all day ticket as the buses in Belfast can take you to all the places you would want to see. We enjoyed Mary's company, her home and her wonderful breakfasts. Belfast was nice, but she helped make it memorable!
Our stay with Mary was wonderful. She is kind, generous and energetic. She loves what she is doing and her home is charming. We were very comfortable there. Thank you Mary!
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