Beechlawn House Hotel

Address: 4 Dunmurry Lane, Belfast, Northern Ireland, BT17 9RR, United Kingdom | 3 star hotel
 
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This 3 star hotel, located on 4 Dunmurry Lane, Belfast, is near Sir Thomas and Lady Dixon Park, Colin Glen Forest Park, Dunmurry Golf Club, and Malone House.
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    Travel Blogs from Belfast

    Trip to Belfast

    A travel blog entry by pennywilkins on Jun 01, 2015

    1 comment, 3 photos

    ... for the other company. By then the weather was truly awful, cold and raining but we were on a closed upper deck of a double decker bus. We took the bus route past the Titanic exhibit and Parliament buildings (where a security Guard came aboard and checked both levels of our bus!), then back through the city to Queen's University. This was the closest stop to our Guest house that we had a reservation at. The tour guide gave an interesting ...

    Downtown Belfast and the Titanic

    A travel blog entry by jelainew on May 15, 2015

    18 photos

    ... There is a Leaning Tower of Belfast called the Albert Memorial Clock Tower. It's leaning 3 ft off the center base but the engineers have said its stable. Then we made it to the Titanic exhibit. The building is as high as the Titanic sat and has the same capacity as the Titanic had. There are wooden benches out side that is made like the Morris code the ship ...

    Belfast is Ireland's second largest city

    A travel blog entry by c.i.222 on Sep 18, 2014

    86 photos

    ... Museum where I spent several hours. The first room has displays about the industrialization of Belfast. Their primary products were linen, tobacco, and ship building. The displays included the building of the Titanic, it's inauguration, artifacts from the ship, pictures during its construction, and pictures and stories about the ...

    Day 21: Northern Ireland Day Trip

    A travel blog entry by gerard42 on Sep 11, 2014

    8 photos

    ... Somebody forgot to tell the couple full on making out laying down on the island that there weren't actually any rooms, walls, or privacy at all in fact, on the island. On the way back, we saw the most ridiculous sight of the day, with what had to be a mail-order bride walking with her old husband along the steep gravel path in ginormous high heels. Yes I got a photo. Yes I've attached it to this blog. Thank me later. He was also wearing junners. Dick. Once everyone ...

    Old Wounds, New Walls

    A travel blog entry by karatedude99999 on Mar 29, 2014

    9 photos

    ... peace wall", first built by the British army in the 1970's to divide the two sides. Several gates allow people to pass through the wall, but these gates are still closed at night to avoid conflict between the two sides. Though Northern Ireland has been quite peaceful since the late 1990's, there is still an underlying mistrust between the two communities. While in Shankill we got to see quite a few of the famous murals of Belfast, a form of public art ...