Avenue Guest House

Address: 23 Eglantine Avenue, Belfast, Northern Ireland, BT9 6DW, United Kingdom | Hotel
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This hotel, located in the Queen's Quarter area of Belfast, is near Ulster Museum, Clarke & Dawe, Roast Coffee Club & Mezzanine Gallery, and The Bell Gallery.
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      Travel Blogs from Belfast

      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

      ... in the 10th century, and very little other history of the settlement is available from that time. It was a huge stone cross in the middle of a graveyard in the middle of green emerald fields. It was very pretty.

      We then continued on into Northern Ireland. As were were driving across the border our driver told us that 20 years ago the border crossing would have taken 2 hours and involved multiple checkpoints, searches, and untold danger. Belfast was one of the five most ...

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

      A travel blog entry by jukes on Aug 28, 2014

      3 photos

      ... that we didn't realise we'd left, even across the strait it was flat as. Drizzly rain greeted us in Belfast and the place did not look enticing at all, everything was dark and gloomy - it was 10pm but there appears to be no street lighting like we have. Best part of the day was the BED!, it's like a pile of feathers, gorgeous. The Dukes at Queens hotel is boutique and old and quaint, has lots of atmosphere, a rabbit warren with wide passages AND a lift! We're here for 5 ...

      The Giant's Causeway & Northern Ireland

      A travel blog entry by jmpncsu on Jun 08, 2014

      52 photos

      ... mural and the Solidarity Wall. We also saw the Garden of Remembrance, honoring those who had died on a hunger strike, and the security fence that is still in place. There were several spots where we had to turn around due to the fence being closed, and I was amazed that Matthew could turn the huge tour bus around on such narrow streets. Then we started making our way back to Dublin, about a two-hour drive. Although we didn’t get ...

      Sail On, Sail On

      A travel blog entry by nlegere on May 30, 2014

      3 photos

      ... to the only food place in sight, McDonalds, shoved a burger down, and hoped for a quick stop in an Irish souvenir shop on the way back. While we were in the shop (which ended up being the size of my house), apparently a protest was starting outside. I flew through the shop picking up random items with clover leaves of them, paid, cried at how much money I spent, then rushed through the crowd right in time to get on the ...

      Northern Ireland

      A travel blog entry by jasonandjamie on Apr 27, 2014

      135 photos

      ... like a shrine. Rather creepy. Apparently these people identify super strongly with the royals to show their beliefs and you could see that with the adoring portraits painted everywhere.

      The area between Shankill Road and Falls Road is blocked by two sets of massive iron gates that close every night until 6am. It's mental that this sort of thing is still a thing. Normal looking city, then bam, a giant metal fence with barbed wire that looks out of a warzone divides the ...