Eglantine Guesthouse

21 Eglantine Avenue, Belfast, Northern Ireland, BT9 6DW, United Kingdom | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Belfast


A travel blog entry by lisaajane


Today started with a big punch in the guts.
Not literally, but emotionally.
Sometimes I wish Facebook didn’t exist, because occasionally it’s the way I find out something I wish wasn’t true.
I found out about George passing away over Facebook, and now I have found out that one of my dearest friends back home has been diagnosed with leukaemia. Not the nicest thing to find out on such a sunny day.
But on ...

Belfast - Northern Ireland

A travel blog entry by carole.hunter


Started the day with another wholesome breakfast, then headed back to the car park to collect our car. We both had issues of whether the car would still be there, or even have the wheels clamped. When we inserted the token at the pay machine it rejected it. When we hunted down the attendants they tried and came to the conclusion we were at the wrong car park. Narelle and I knew this was not the case and started to panic. They ...

Northern Ireland

A travel blog entry by jasonandjamie


... have to try them. Jamie had this ridiculous over the top super chocolately peanut butter chocolate mousse block, crazy good but so so rich, and I had a caramel pie de-constructed into a jar. All washed down with Belfast Black and a vino or three.

The next day, because we no longer had our car we had booked a day trip up the Antrim coast to the Giant's causeway. We went in early to get some breakfast but nothing was open except for the Nero, so hit that up. We got picked ...

Old Wounds, New Walls

A travel blog entry by karatedude99999


... is a really cool experience. It tells story of the Titanic, which was built right here in Belfast.The exhibit starts off by talking about the industrial revolution in Belfast, when the city truly came to life. Between 1851 and 1901, Belfast grew from 87,000 people to 349,000 becoming Ireland's industrial capital. Several industries sprouted up around the city, from the traditional linen works to soda making. One such industry, ship building, soon became a large ...

Crumlen Road Gaol

A travel blog entry by alandjo


... there between 1922 and 1924, and again in the 1940's and 50's during the IRA's border campaign. The gaol was built between 1843-45, designed by Charles Lanyon at cost of £6000. Prisoners were separated from each other and never allowed to converse. It was designed to hold 500-550 prisoners in 12x7 foot cells, but in later years as many as 3 inmates shared a cell. A tunnel linked the prison to the courthouse across the street also designed by Lanyon. In 1943 and ...


This hotel, located in the Queen's Quarter area of Belfast, is near Ulster Museum, Clarke & Dawe, Roast Coffee Club & Mezzanine Gallery, and Balmoral Golf Club.
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TripAdvisor Reviews Eglantine Guesthouse Belfast

4.50 of 5 stars Outstanding