Bienvenue Guesthouse

Address: 8 Sans Souci Park, Belfast, Northern Ireland, BT9 5BT, United Kingdom | Hotel
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This hotel, located in the Malone area of Belfast, is near Ulster Museum, Stranmillis Village, Clarke & Dawe, and Roast Coffee Club & Mezzanine Gallery.
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      TravelPod Member ReviewsBienvenue Guesthouse Belfast

      Reviewed by vayacondios

      Thanks Bree for a wonderful stay

      Reviewed Sep 9, 2010
      by (7 reviews) Margaret River , Australia Flag of Australia

      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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      TripAdvisor Reviews Bienvenue Guesthouse Belfast

      3.50 of 5 stars Very Good

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      Belfast and surrounding countryside.

      A travel blog entry by hartwell on Sep 18, 2014

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      It is only 19 miles between the closest part of Scotland and Ireland, so the trip across did not take long. In the wee hours of the morning the ship dropped anchor outside of Belfast Port until they could dock around 8am. We were met by the coach/tour company that I had organised for the Brights and ourselves. It was a full bus of independent travellers off the ship for about a third of the price for the same tour the ship had organised. Our first stop was the ruins of Dunluce Castle, ...

      BELFAST/Antrim Coast Road to Giants Causeway.

      A travel blog entry by jukes on Aug 30, 2014

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      ... so up into the highlands and peat bogs with fields of heather beginning to flower, fantastic scenery which changed to quickly. This they call the land of the fairies and leprechauns. Saw the Londonderry Arms Hotel, now called the Half way hotel in the small coastal village of Carnlough on the Antrim Coast Road, was owned by Winston Churchill - he inherited it from his great grandmother. (- I never realised his mother was an American socialite) Ghost ...

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      A travel blog entry by geoffinitalia on Jul 29, 2014

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      ... Stazzo, Verona, Little Brington, East Belfast ...

      'Got my ticket at the airport
      Well I guess I’ve been marking time
      I’ve been living in another country
      That operates along entirely different lines
      Keep me away from porter or whiskey
      Don’t play anything sentimental it’ll make me cry
      I’ve got to go back my friend
      Is there really any need to ask why' ('Got To Go Back')


      Giant's Causeway, Carrickerede, Carrickfergus

      A travel blog entry by alandjo on Aug 03, 2013

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      ... lunch in a very small place which put through a huge volume of food in a short period of time. Then it was on a short distance to the Giants Causeway. Again the bus park was a long way from the coast, with a 30minute downhill walk or a bus shuttle. I opted for the shuttle as there were two there which appeared ready to go but in fact sat there for about 1/2 hour. The causeway consists of 40,000 basalt columns of varying height, the columns are regular polygons, almost ...

      Day 11 - Belfast, Northern Ireland

      A travel blog entry by gb2013 on Jun 27, 2013

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      ... and Loyalist part of Belfast. It was clear to see that this was the Loyalist section of the city as there were Union flags on nearly every building. We saw many murals that were painted during the "troubles", a lot of which had close connection to Britain and some celebrating the Protestant Paramilitary organizations. We passed the scene of the 1993 Shankhill Road Bombing (now a Credit Union) which killed 10 people and drove along the famous Peace Wall ...

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