Victorian Home with Titanic History

Entire home/apt
8 Guests
4 Bedrooms
4 Beds
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This host offers flexible cancellation: Full refund 1 day prior to arrival, except service fee.

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A Home from Home. Why stay in a hotel room or cold apartment when you can have a comfy Victorian home which has plenty of character and is part of the Titanic story.

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Hallway and First Floor Landing

Hallway and First Floor Landing

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The Space
Property type: House
Bedrooms: 4
Bathrooms: 1
Beds: 4


Extra people: $28 / night after 4 guests
Security Deposit: $389
Cancellation: Moderate


House Rules

1 night minimum stay
Bright & Airy Living Room

Bright & Airy Living Room

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About the Host, Richard

Belfast, Northern Ireland, United Kingdom
Member since October 2012
Response rate: 80% (past 30 days)
Response time: within a few hours

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  • Ballyhackmore Sub Post Office

    Ballyhackamore village for your restaurants, MS, Tesco, coffee shops, local butchers and artesans and much more
    Upper Newtownards Road Belfast County Antrim BT4 3EU
  • St. George's Market

    St George’s Market is one of Belfast’s oldest attractions. It was built between (phone number hidden) - one of the best markets in the UK Ireland won awards for its fresh, local produce great atmosphere
    Upper Newtownards Road Belfast Belfast BT4 3LG
  • Titanic Quarter Limited

    Titanic was built, See the Pump House dock and the new £90m museum as well as the two large yellow cranes uop close (Samson Goliath)
    Belfast BT3 9DT
  • Belfast Waterfront

    Belfast Waterfront is an award-winning conference, arts and entertainment centre. It holds a range of events including concerts, exhibitions and conferences.
    Lanyon Place Belfast Antrim BT1 3WH
  • St. George's Market

    St George’s Market is one of Belfast’s oldest attractions. It was built between (phone number hidden) - one of the best markets in the UK Ireland won awards for its fresh, local produce great atmosphere
    East Bridge Street Belfast BT1 3NQ
  • Belfast City Airport

    George Best City Airport only 8 minutes away! (website hidden)
  • Belfast City Hall

    Belfast City Hall - hosts Christmas and other markets, has Titanic Memorial Plaque. You can walk within the grounds. (website hidden)
    Belfast BT1 5GS
  • Cathedral Quarter

    Have a great nights craic in upmarket bars like The Merchant (worlds most expensive cocktail); Cloth Ear, Spaniard, or for a more traditional Irish bar try the John Hewitt or Duke of York.
    Belfast Belfast
  • The Crown Liquor Saloon

    Have a Guinness in this world famous bar covered in a red gold ceiling, a floor laid in mosaic tiles, brocaded walls, wood carvings, ornate mirrors, Corinthian capitals feathered motifs in gold!
    Great Victoria Street Belfast County Antrim BT2 7BA
  • The Grand Opera House

    The Grand Opera House is Northern Ireland’s premier Belfast theatre, presenting an outstanding programme of drama, opera, dance, comedy, West End musicals, family shows and much more.
    Great Victoria Street Belfast County Antrim BT2 7HR
  • Stormont

    Stormont is the Parliament Buildings for Northern Ireland within a mile of the accomodation. This is a fantastic place to visit or go for a walk in the grounds. Stormont - 5 minutes on the 4A bus
    Stormont Northern Ireland BT4
  • Lyric Theatre

    The Lyric Theatre Belfast is the only full-time producing theatre in Northern Ireland hosts world class plays events throughout the year. The building was in the Top 6 for the UK Architecture Prize
    Ridgeway Street Belfast Belfast BT9 5FB
  • Botanic Gardens Park

    Botanic Gardens contains two important Victorian buildings, the Palm House and the Tropical Ravine, as well as a childrens playground, walking routes, a rose garden and assorted tropical plants.
    Botanic Avenue Belfast BT7 1LP
  • Ulster Museum

    Come face to face with dinosaurs, meet an Egyptian Mummy and see modern masterpieces with a visit to the Ulster Museum. Home to a rich collection of art, history and natural sciences FREE entry
    Botanic Gardens Belfast County Antrim BT9 5AB
  • Belfast Castle

    Located 400 foot above sea level, offers stunning views over Belfast, the castle makes a great base for a fun day out, whether youre visiting Cave Hill Visitor Centre or climbing Cave Hill itself!
    Antrim Road Belfast Antrim BT15 5GR
  • Ulster Folk and Transport Museum

    Discover town countryside cottages, farms, schools, shops as you wander through the beautiful parkland of the Folk Museum. Climb on majestic steam locomotives or experience the sensation of flight.
    Bangor Road Holywood BT18 0EU

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