Greenmount B&B

Address: 45 Andersonstown Rd., Belfast, Northern Ireland, BT11 9AF, United Kingdom | 2 star b&b
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This 2 star B&B, located in the Andersonstown area of Belfast, is near The Lyric, Public Records Office, Titanic Bus Tour, and Royal Belfast Academical Institution.
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      Belfast - our last stop

      A travel blog entry by jmjeans on Sep 25, 2014

      49 photos

      ... back home.

      We enjoyed every place we visited and would return to all areas. We used Rick Steeves guides as a base of information for trip planning and found he was spot on in his assessments/views of places. For anyone traveling around Scotland the website undiscoveredscotland is another good resource for information on towns and villages and accommodations...


      BELFAST to Bangor.

      A travel blog entry by jukes on Aug 31, 2014

      1 comment, 12 photos

      ... 25min drive to Bangor, which is out to the east coast. We asked the driver what time the last bus, said I'd write it on my hand "don't be doin' that luv, you'll spoil ya skin!" and gave us a timetable. Walked to Ward Park where it was the last Sunday of music in the park from 3-5pm. It was crowded with families old and young, reminded us of the Hatchery Lawn, but much more open and HOT! I had to put the umbrella up ...

      The last part of the UK

      A travel blog entry by charlotterowley on Jul 11, 2014

      1 photo

      ... me that Belfast used to be part of the group of 'B's not to be visited, along with Beirut, Baghdad and Bosnia. Great! Gone (or so we had hoped) are the days of the petrol bombs, nail bombs and the IRA. (Just a minor hiccup at the Londonderry hotel back in May then...). And we only realised a couple of weeks ago that this is the 'marching' weekend. A few days of bonfires, parades and potential violence around the city. I do ...

      The Causeway was better than the Freeway....

      A travel blog entry by craigmorris on Jun 11, 2014

      2 comments, 46 photos

      ... 7 cellos and 3 basses for our concerts for this tour. I was not expecting the cellos to be in hard cases and the basses to be in flight shipping cases. When the instruments are packed like this - it is huge and takes up so much space. (We will take a picture of it tomorrow so you can see just how big….) We have a smaller bus than normal with a trailer and we had arranged the trailer to hold all the suitcases expecting the instruments to go under the bus. ...

      The Giant's Causeway & Northern Ireland

      A travel blog entry by jmpncsu on Jun 08, 2014

      52 photos

      ... passed Port Granny and soon made it to the Grand Causeway. By the time we got here, the rain had stopped completely and we could see blue skies, although the basalt rocks were very wet and slippery. We climbed around here, getting pictures and enjoying the phenomenal views of the mountains, coast, and of course the strange polygonal basalt columns that the causeway is famous for. From here, we continued on the Blue Trail, stopping for a ...