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Another rainy, windy day in the Shetlands. Fortified by a hearty bowl of porridge and hot tea we did south Unst. This included the largest Neolithic standing stone in the Shetlands, which could be more accurately called the leaning stone of Unst. No doubt it was more upright when our stone age ancestors erected it.
There seems …
Breakfast at The York included yummy, made to order French toast and an omelet, as well as a selection of fresh fruits, meats, cheeses, and juices from the food bar. Craftily, I wrapped slices of prosciutto around thick sticks of smoked Gouda and covered them individually in plastic wrap. I also stashed away a handful of fresh strawberries and …
We did 2 very different but both very interesting tours today. This morning we were picked up by Paddy and went on a Black Cab tour of the Political Murals in Belfast. The tour was amazing as he grew up in the areas concerned and could tell us first hand what life was like during that time. The best part was he managed to stay neutral explaining …
After no sleep last night we were up at 5 am and on the bus heading to the airport in Edinburgh for our flight to Dublin. After all the stuff I had read I was quite dubious of flying Ryanair but it was fine. They didn;t check our bags or weight them, there is no seat allocation you just all line up and file on like you are on a bus. The flight …
After a lovely breakfast and chat with the B&B host, we set out on the road for Belfast, Northern Ireland. Driving north, it became immediately clear when we crossed into Northern Ireland. Immediately there were Union Jacks and Ulster flags everywhere... It looked like any American town on the 4th of July. The first stop along the way was the …
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Historical Traveler Reviews Tara Lodge Belfast
We had a week-end in Belfast, staying one night at the Tara Lodge, and confirm everything other reviewers have said.
I enjoyed my stay in Tara Lodge in late January. I arrived on an early morning flight and was allowed to check in early. The staff were professional. There were some snafus--notably, there was no hot water one morning because the heater broke. But it was repaired within a few hours.
Stayed for one night to see a gig at the nearby Empire Music Hall...really excellent little hotel - staff helpful and welcoming, nice sized room spotless and quiet - loads of good bars and eating places all a short stroll away ...but best of all the Breakfast!...delicious after a night of overindulgence ;
Will definitely stay here again
2 nights for England Game
Well located for access to the City Centre a short walk away, Clean Tidy basic hotel. Again I would say the breakfast was very good and very well presented . . . 3 cherry tomatoes on an ulster fry was visually pleasing but a bit lackng . . . bacon sausage egg and soda bread were lovely.
Did find the area/location a little intimidating but I suppose your always going to find that in the middle of a City such as Belfast during an England v NI football match (especially when u loose - enough said about that).
Staff were also very friendly and we arrived on the 7am flight from Liverpool to International and were able to get into our rooms which were already prepared.
Well done TARA LODGE
Excellent .. Great Breakfast !
Stayed there 3rd Sept. Good secure car parking. Room was in immaculate condition. Staff were very friendly and helpful. Breakfast was excellent... freshly prepared for us and took pride in their presentation. Will definitely be back
A really excellent hotel
The Tara Lodge in Belfast is a really excellent hotel found about ten minutes walk fron the city centre. I would especially recommend the excellent cooked breakfasts which were the best I have had in a long month of travelling. The staff were very helpful and the off street car parking was handy in a largely residential area. There are numerous good restaurants in the area, particularly chinese, and many bars too.
Good value/Central/Great Breakfast
We stayed at the Tara Lodge for one night in between Christmas and New Year 2004, just passing through.
I would say it was similar in comfort etc to a premier travel lodge. Comfy, clean and central.
The service was ok, efficient, not gushing but not rude either. We had a suprisinggly lovely cooked breakfast though, which I have to say was one of the nicest we had in Ireland (and we travelled all round).
I would say excellent value for money at £69 per room but don't stay if you want a posh area and luxury surroundings.
We would stay again if we were passing through.
Worst guest house
We arrived at GUEST HOUSE Saturday 5th feb 2005 we waited downstairs as room wasnt ready,then we were told to go up.When got to our room the maids husband was sitting in our bed and her kids were jumping on our beds.We waited for 15minutes outside and then went to reception.The manager was very rude when we explained what happened and started bawling at reception.After this we decided we did not want to stay.We cudnt leave as bookes through active hotels so we were forced to pay the commision they would have taken of the hotel.
We have stayed in plenty guest houses but never experienced rudeness from staff after we just landed.
Manager has to take customer service course before letting anyone in the front door.
Great place to stay
My husband and I stayed just the one night while we were on business in Belfast. The room was very clean and comfortable. We had secure parking and the staff were very helpful. The hot cooked breakfast was excellent and we had a choice of more exotic fare than the traditional Ulster Fry. It is close to Botanic Rail Station, Queen's University, Botanic Gardens, Ulster Museum and the excellent restaurants, bars and cafes around Botanic, Stranmillis and Great Victoria Street. There is a good bus service and it is easy to walk into the city centre from here. I would highly recommend the Tara Lodge and with its very reasonable prices it would be the first place I would think of if I had to plan a stay in Belfast.
The Tara lodge is situated in a really nice part of town. The room was slightly small but very nicely laid out. The food was very good. I had a business meeting at 08:00 the next day and although I couldn't have a cooked breakfast at the time I was leaving, an effort was made to provide me with as much as they could and I really appreciated the effot. The outstanding feature was the extra mnile that the staff went to. Looking up train times, booking taxis. checking weather forcasts, providing breakfast at an ungodly hour. I managed to get a really good deal with them too over the net and would thoroughly recommend them and would go back there.