Beechlawn Hotel

4 Dunmurry Lane, Belfast, BT17 9RR, United Kingdom
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Just out of the City

by arty_girl about Beechlawn Hotel

The Beechlawn Hotel is located in a friendly community and situated near to a train station too. The hotel itself is lovely and has excellent food- many locals go here to eat Sunday Lunch. Personally I have never stayed here, however I've been there several times for events and lunches and have always enjoyed the hotel. It is situated beside a shopping centre (Tesco) and is close to garages, local shops and places for a quick (and cheap!) lunch. Try Loafers the sandwich place or Crumbs- they're both cheap and very tasty. As for the train, the hotel will point you in the right direction however it's around a 2 minute walk from the hotel and will take you into Belfast city centre within ten minutes. For students it costs £9 for a weekly ticket, or £2.60 for a day return. Adults prices are slightly more (not much though!) and kids under 5 are free. Bus services also run from Dunmurry, are slightly cheaper but take a bit longer! Up to you. Close to some of the most prestigious golf courses, conference suites, function rooms, multi media suit, Complimentary wireless access. Car hire arrangements available on request, Car parking available on hotel grounds.

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city exploring

by steve06

hello all

getting into belfast soon for about 5 days. im very keen to see it all and love being out and about. are there any particular areas where i can go and see the daily belfast life and also any areas where it can be a bit hairy!!??

Re: city exploring

by tpenn

Hi there, hope i'm not too late with my reply. We were in Belfast at the end of June and had a brilliant time. I know it's a bit cheesy but you should definately do the city bus tour, they take you to all 'the' places you should see and give you lots of info as well. If you get chance a definite must is the Crumwell Road jail, it is only open between April-September this year and then only Thur-Sun. I planned to do it on the Monday, not realising it was closed and missed out, i'm still gutted over it!

The bus tour will also take you round the Shankhill Road area which everyone has heard of and it's quite eerie to see the murals but with every day life carrying on, it's quite amazing to see how closely people live back to back in peace these days.

If you are there on a Sunday, Benedicts in the university quarter is a must for sunday lunch, there was a live band playing and the carvery dinner was to die for, literally, i ate so much i was in pain but it was absolutely wonderful. Another place just down the road from there is the Crown Liquor saloon, a really old atmospheric bar where they have individual stalls where you can eat in privacy and ring an old fashioned bell for your waitress to come and serve you. The Morning Star in Pottingers Entry (i think that's what it was called), in the main city is a must, they do a buffet lunch for about a fiver and you can choose from about 10 different dishes mmmmmmm, also the meals from their menu are pretty amazing. Beware, it seems that a lot of bars close at around 6 on a sunday evening (in the main city area anyway). Have a great time. Tina

Re: city exploring

by steve06

thankyou tina. i like the sound of the bar where you ring the bell for the waitress. i wouldnt usually do the bus tour thingy, but i may give it a go as i always seem to end up walking and walking for miles. and theres a lot i want to do. glad you had a good time. its easy wherever you are really, isnt it??!! cheers, steve

Travel Tips for Belfast

James Larkin

by leics

'The great are only great because we are on out knees. Let us rise!'

James Larkin was an Irish trades union leader, born in Liverpool in 1875.

In 1907 he moved to Belfast, and not only started up the Irish Transport and General Workers' Union but also the Irish Labour Party, and later the Workers' Union of Ireland.

There's a statue of him on O'Connell street in Dublin, but I found this one tucked away in a narrow alley off Donegall Street, in Belfast's Cathedral quarter.

The alley is called 'Donegall Street Place', under an archway on the right as you walk towards the cathedral. Look up for the sign.

Take your pick

by clivedinburgh about Odyssey Centre

The Odyssey complex is one of the few millenium projects that was worth the price tag.

The large Arena is home to the Belfast Giants ice hockey team and this also caters for the larger music act that play in the city.

The pavillion area has several restaurants and these change hands regularly but here's a list of them (will sort out links later)

Red Panda - chinese
Bennetts (formerly Titanic and Hard Rock Cafe before that) - modern european
La Tasca - tapas bar
Indian Ocean - well indian of course

Bars & clubs include

Bar 7 - largest bar that is full of hen parties come a weekend.
Coyote Odyssey - see the barmaids strut their stuff
Beach Bar Bambu - very raucous place for the younger crowd
Basin bar - quiter bar at entrance (well it is comparitively)
Precious - high class club (operates ticket only policy on occasions)

Other attractions in the place are a Warner Village cinema, Imax cinema, bowling alley and the W5 interactive attraction.

Belfast's Best

by kranstonakov about James Street South

James Street South has recently recieved the acolade of belfast's finest restaurnt and it will recieve it's Michelin star later this year, Niall McKenna, the head chef and owner will have achieved this in just three years. The menu involves classic food prepared to the very highest standard and it is at the forefront of the catching up Belfast food scene. Expect to find the high rollers in here as well as businessmen from around the world. Its location is ideal for drinks after your meal, and if you're a "foody" this place is exactly what your after. Top Drawer. Try the seafood dishes.

waterfront

by catherineneill

on the newly redevelopped laganside development lies one of the most famous buildings in belfast - the waterfront hall, home to high brow plays, theatre, school musicals, plays, festivals, massive conferences and much much more!!!

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