Ramada Belfast

3.5 out of 5 stars3.5 Stars

117 Milltown Road, Shaw's Bridge, Belfast, BT8 7XP, United Kingdom
Ramada Plaza, Belfast
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by daisylou

Hi, Any recommendations for pubs in belfast for a girls weekend?

Re: Belfast

by clivedinburgh

I'm fairly sure that most of the pubs on my pages are still about but I am long overdue for a return to this fine city

Re: Belfast

by daisylou

Cool thanks, il take a look

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by planxty

You must visit the Crown opposite the Europa Hotel, it is a wonderful old-fashioned building with a great atmosphere. Here is a link.


A few doors down is Robinsons perhaps more suited to a "girls weekend".


White's Tavern is worth a visit purely for it's antiquity and atmosphere but again perhaps not great for an evening with a large group.


The Bot (Botanic Inn) is a long-standing institution and dear to my heart. It attracts a lively crowd, especially at the weekend. This would probably be my tip if you are intending to get a little lively.


Hope this assists,


Travel Tips for Belfast


by northernireland6779

1stly Northern Ireland is Part of the United Kingdom (ENGLAND,SCOTLAND,WALES,NORTHERN IRELAND =UK) NOT Ireland so you will be going to the wrong embassy if you try and get a visa for Northern Ireland at the Irish embassy you will need to go to a British Embassy near you (www.ukvisas.gov.uk) and www.fco.gov.uk will tell you where your nearest UK Embassy/Consul .

Bits of old Belfast......

by leics

They do still exist, especially around what is now called 'the Cathedral quarter'.

Narrow alleyways, some still cobbled, lead between high buildings....warehouses, offices......

Take yourself back to the end of the 1800s and beginning of the 1900s, when the port was a thriving place.......imagine the seamen and the hawkers, the drunks and the beggars, the loose women and the ragged poor desperate to get across the sea and away from the island of Ireland.......the smells of fish, beer, unwashed bodies, urine, sewage......the noise of clattering hooves and iron-bound wooden wheels, the cries of streetsellers......

You can still find places to take you back, if you look........

Gay Paradise

by kranstonakov about The Kremlin

The Kremlin is the home of homosexuality in Belfast, and for a somewhat narrow minded city, you will not be dissapointed in here, especially if you drink from the furry cup. The Kremlin has three bars and a good sound system, if you don't mind young gay people half naked sniffing poppers, you shoul have a good time. The Kremlin is in a part of town that isn't controlled by the council so the bar can stay open late. Check it out on a Sunday night as hairdressers are off on mondays, and hot hairdressers always have gay friends. You do the math. Whatever - just don't look homophobic

Strangford Lough Views

by kranstonakov about Daft Eddy's

Daft Eddys Is on the shores of stranford lough, and is actually on a tiny island of its own!!! amazing!! On a hot summers day, head to strangford village and over the bridge to daft eddys island, you can sit out on the deck, sunbathe on the grass and enjoy strangford lough mussels, scampi, prawns, and loads of other delicious pub grub! There really is nowhere in the worl that can beat this place when the weather is nice. Trust me, if your in Northern Ireland during the summer months, visit this place. You will not want to leave!!! Stragford lough scampi.

Crown Liquor Saloon

by leics

This is a pretty wonderful place.

It's now owned by the National Trust, hardly surprising given the wonderful tiling, carving, colours, whirls and swirls of its interior and the equally over-the-top decoration of its exterior.

You'll find it almost opposite the Europa hotel on Great Victoria Street.

The bar dates back to 1826 and is a most wonderful place, beautifully restored since its purchase by the National Trust in 1978. The red granite counter snakes around, there are wooden 'compartments' (snugs) for people to sit in, the staff wear white aprons........an entirely unmissable place.

And I even found a 'Green Man' in one of the exterior tile panels! :-)


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 Ramada Belfast

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Address: 117 Milltown Road, Shaw's Bridge, Belfast, BT8 7XP, United Kingdom