Springfield B&B

Address: 16 Springfield Road, 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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        • Free High-Speed Internet
        • Breakfast Available
        • Free parking


        • All-Suites Property


        • Continental Breakfast

        TripAdvisor Reviews Springfield B&B Belfast

        4.00 of 5 stars Excellent

        Travel Blogs from Belfast

        Exploring outside Dublin and ignoring Belfast

        A travel blog entry by lijebaley on Aug 17, 2015

        16 photos

        ... by now. It will give me something to do tomorrow, along with packing. With time out for a Belgian beer, attending a lecture from the retired director of the Kennedy Space Center about the future of NASA, and almost falling asleep in the Library reading room, it’s been a slow and pleasant afternoon.]

        Dublin was the only port at which we stayed overnight. We had arranged for a guide to take us out of Dublin on Sunday. He met us ...

        Dont look down, Dark Hedges and Titanic

        A travel blog entry by abi.latham on Jun 14, 2015

        30 photos

        ... movie under your feet as well!

        It is a large modern museum of 4 floors and was well worth the visit - we spent 3 hours there before closing and could have spent longer. Unfortunately where the dry dock was, they have filled it over so you no longer see the slip, but they have marked the deck on it, and I think the shape lights up at night.

        Our drive back to the hotel was more direct, and we then thought it best to top up with petrol ...

        I'll Never Let go

        A travel blog entry by michaelmaloney on May 10, 2015

        272 photos

        ... know! So that was a bit strange, but we saw lions napping up against a window, and the giraffes wouldn't take their eyes off of us, and there were some darn cute birds and yeah, oh! there was a great view up ontop of the hill, and oh! when we were at teh titanic museum there was a view of a hill in the distance and a castle, and we had seen signs for the belfast castle and headed towards that which was nearby - as we were the last guests in the zoo! ha, getting our money's worth. ...

        An Old Lady On An Eye-Opening Tour Of Belfast.

        A travel blog entry by kim-davis on Feb 16, 2015

        1 comment, 13 photos

        ... singled out by the tour guide, Gavin. He pulled myself and one of the other girls aside, and said that all of the other people on the tour were gap year students. It must have been obvious that we were not gap year students. I was mildly offended. He apologised, and said that we would have a bad time on the tour because the students would be drinking and partying it up, much like on schoolies week. He then tried to get us to go on a different tour. ...

        LONDON /GLASGOW/BELFAST and it's Nina's birthday

        A travel blog entry by jukes on Aug 28, 2014

        8 photos

        ... for the golfers. Wikipedia "The most famous hole is the third, a par 5, dogleg right, of 500 yards, where the fairway simply ends about 300 yards from the tee, as the land descends into a vast, deep bunker, nicknamed the 'Cardinal', about 50 yards across, which is buttressed by railway ties. Many championship hopes have died in this bunker. The Pow Burn flanks the hole down its entire right side. The Irish Sea / Firth of Clyde forms the western boundary of the ...