Sleepy Cedars

69 Cedar Avenue, Belfast, BT15 5AT, United Kingdom
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by lou1979

im going to belfast in dec and i need to be in the carrick hill area (close to castle court shoping centre) does anyone no any b&bs in that area id be most greatfull if you would let me know.

RE: bed&breakfast

by Traveldi


The only place I know near there is a backpacking hostel place near central library, if you visit it might help. Depending on budget you could look at a few other centrally located hotels, about 20mins walk away or short bus ride. There is a days hotel, the europa, a hilton and the ones nearer to your location would be the Malmaison or the Merchant, a bit more pricey. Castle Court is in Royal Avenue so in the City Centre. I don't know the name of the hostel but I have walked past at the side of the Central library/belfast Telegraph newspaper area - good luck!

Travel Tips for Belfast

You won't believe the views

by scanos

Belfast has a great cycle path which runs from Lisburn through the city centre and along the South East coast of Antrim for around 20 miles. The network was voted the best urban cycle path in the United Kingdom in 2006. Should you not have your own bike then hire one at Hazelbank park, some 4 miles along the north foreshore.

Join the cycle path in Belfast City Centre at the Queen Elizabeth bridge which crosses the Lagan near Musgrave Street. Proceed in an easterly direction past the Seacat terminal through Clarendon dock. Have a look at the dry dock and enjoy views across the lagan towards the Odyssey and the Titanic quarter. Have a pint (of water) in Pat's bar and then head along Duncrue Street / Dargan Crescent. This will take you to the North Shore cycle path. Bring your camera for some great shots of the local bird life and Cavehill. Continue along the picturesque path until you come to Whiteabbey and onwards to Jordanstown University.

For the more adventurous travel another 4 miles to Carrickfergus and its castle. Some 5 miles past this you can continue to Whitehead. There is a magnificent coastal path here which you should really experience.

Grab a booth

by clivedinburgh about The Crown

The Crown Bar is opposite the Europa Hotel and is owned by the National Trust due to the numerous period features. If you're after a chunk of history then you cannot beat this but maybe not the best spot for a weekend pub crawl. This however is a bar to see if you like the taditional barman who can serve several people at the same time, baffling to me as I can get confused serving one person. None


by Catspjm about Scalini

Owned by a genuine Sicilian and sister restaurant to the long standing but recently refurbished Villa Italia, Scallini serves the best pizza in Belfast. The menu is wide and will cater for all tastes from Steak and chips to fine pasta dishes.
The decor is flamboyantly Italian and worth a visit alone. For me the starter would be the Rigatoni Scalini (pasta in a tomato, cream and brandy sauce with bacon. They will do a starter portion of any of the pasta dishes if you ask) and a Picante pizza for main course. Those with elasticated waistlines, should order the Fudge nut sundae. Ask them nicely and they will make it with honeycomb ice cream instead of vanilla (tell them I sent you!). Sooo much nicer

Go for a walk

by beccyandjohn

On sunday we went for a walk and went to the docks area whare the titanic was built, in the background of picture there is the 2 big craines samson and goliath, they said on the tour bus that the titanic wasnt biult useing these crains, but it was 3 smaller ones wich are on the opersit side of the road, they are building a new museum here in the same building where the titanic was designed, should be good when its finished

Prince Albert Memorial Clock Tower

by leics

Very nice of Belfast to create a memorial to Prince Albert, as he had nothing to do with the city at all!

The clock tower is a pretty bit of Victoriana, and makes a good landmark or meeting place.

It's got an interesting lean to it as well. The wooden piles which form part of its foundations were sinking (the river Farset runs underneath the High Street and the memorial) ...or, if you prefer, it got its lean from the numerous 'ladies of the night' who stood against it waiting for custom. :-)

But it's fixed now, and cleaned up nicely for the Millennium.

It's said that one lad climbed to the top of the tower to watch the launch of the titanic. Looking at it now, I can't see how that was possible.......sounds like a fantasy to me. :-)


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