Springfield B&B

Address: 16 Springfield Rd., Belfast, Northern Ireland, BT12 7AG, United Kingdom | 3 star b&b
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This 3 star B&B, located in the Gaeltacht Quarter area of Belfast, is near Shankill Road, Falls Road, Culturlann MacAdam O Fiaich, and Titanic Bus Tour.
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    Travel Blogs from Belfast

    The troubled history of the city on the murals of

    A travel blog entry by addison11-22 on Jun 24, 2015

    ... the city remains deeply divided. The "Peace Line" wall still separates the Shankill area, main lobby loyalist and Protestant, the Catholic West Belfast Falls. Some doors are closed at night, to avoid clashes between the youth of these neighborhoods that still continue to throw stones. Commemorative marches of the two communities still sometimes give rise to riots. The scars of war will take time to ...

    I'll Never Let go

    A travel blog entry by michaelmaloney on May 10, 2015

    272 photos

    ... It was a gorgeous day, truly was, could't have gotten better weather.

    We then made our way to Belfast and got situated at our little B+B, with our most loveliest of hosts, Mary (of course her name was Mary...!), by the time we go to Belfast everything major would have been closed so we took it fairly easy, and even had some champagne with Mary! and greeted a Swiss couple who's been travelling their way around Ireland. And ohhh Mary had soo many cute animals, she even had ...

    Banter in Belfast

    A travel blog entry by kteam on Nov 21, 2014

    27 photos

    ... the windiest place in the country. The only disappointment is that tourists have complete access, meaning that truly appreciating the scenery becomes difficult when all angles are spoilt by a multitude of posing dipsticks.

    Carrying on from the Causeway we took a side step to the historic town of Bushmills famous for non-other then Bushmills Whisky. A bite to eat and a cheeky little tasting and we were once again moving on, if only Brendon had room for ...

    A Day in Belfast

    A travel blog entry by shockergram on Sep 22, 2014

    11 photos

    ... were built and learn the impact this ship building industry had on the city. After the museum visit, we walked back toward our condo, enjoying Belfast harbor, crossing the river Liffey,  past Little Big Bend clocktower and the beautiful Belfast City Hall.  Along the way, we found a delightful restaurant in a pedestrian alley and enjoyed a great dinner.  Our day in Belfast was a wonderful day. ...

    Hello again!

    A travel blog entry by elisabeth.kerst on Feb 15, 2014

    1 comment, 44 photos

    ... tried out hand-spinning as well! It seemed quite simple, but in reality it wasn’t as simple as it seemed. The foot pedal was quite ************ce you got the hang of it, it worked out quite well! The Hillsborough fort was a also magnificent place to see. It is one of the historic houses of Northern Ireland. William of Orange spent several nights at the Fort on his way South to the Boyne in 1690. The fort is set in ...