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TravelPod Member ReviewsBienvenue Guesthouse Belfast
We were welcomed like long-lost relatives & enjoyed every moment of our stay in this gracious house in a leafy garden in Sans Souci Park. While it is a bit of a distance to the centre of Belfast, buses are frequent & easy to catch, or you can walk if you're feeling energetic. Bree, the manager. bent over backwards to help us enjoy our stay. Hot water, lovely spacious room & excellent breakfast. Thoroughly recommended.
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... Loyalists/Unionists who wanted to remain a part of the
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I was looking forward today since I found out Lydia was coming.
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