Victoria Apartments

5 out of 5 stars5 Stars

26-28 Windsor Park, Belfast, BT9 6FR, United Kingdom
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  • Families60
  • Couples82
  • Solo100
  • Business100

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Moving to Northern Ireland in a few months....would like some input

by VAF10

I am considering graduate school in the UK, but as of right now, I have recently accepted a job outside of Belfast in the Markethill area. I was wondering if anyone could offer any helpful information about the area. Thanks!

Re: Moving to Northern Ireland in a few months....would like some input

by lindad3052

Markethill is just over an hour from Belfast in County Armagh. It is an old predominantly protestant village of Scottish heritage. It has a competition
annually for the "Lambeg Drummers" which draws quite a crowd of spectators.
I have passed through it and visited it on a number of occasions when visiting my family in Portadown/Craigavon. A car will be helpful but you can take the
bus into Belfast.

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Famous Visitors

by Catspjm

Possibly our most famous visitors in recent years have been Bill and Hillary Clinton. Both have taken an enormous interest in Ireland and we are genuinely indebted to Bill Clinton for bringing world focus to Northern Ireland and helping to resolve many of the impasses that our infantile local politicians found insurmountable for decades.
The Clintons are pictured here in a visit to a local school. The visit was memorable to say the least...

Mourne Mountains Pt 2

by Catspjm

Due to the booming safari trade in the early 1970’s most of the indigenous and more exotic wild life has become extinct, due to over hunting. Lions, tigers, zebras and wildebeest have all but vanished. On vary rare occasions you can still catch a glimpse something special.
It is however fairly certain that you will see quite a bit of ‘the big four.’ Sheep, cows, rabbits and giraffes. Rabbits however are becoming less common.

AmPm - The small one

by kranstonakov about AmPm

AmPm is a cool little place just a few blocks down from City Hall, right at the bottom of the Thompson's alley. It does great food and has a small selection of beers, wines and spirits. Its a little small place and its really nice a chilled out. there is a DJ fri-Sun and its the perfect warm up bar. If you find it, make sure you pop in for a drink, you wont regret it! In the summer you can sit outside. the best way to spot it is to look for the cream cadillac (not native to the UK for you yanks) with AmPm on the side. Oh, and the huge black bouncer with mad dreadlocks!!! Casual - Clubwear -

TEN SQUARE

by catherineneill about TEN SQUARE

Right bang smack on in the centre of belfast beside the city hall and northern bank head office is Ten Square, noticed by all arriving from the east on the bus for its red canopy outdoor areas where the smokers are now relegated. Popular place for business men and locals alike, as well as a few pre-wedding drinks for those getting married in the city hall. Extensive menu and wine list. Can get crowded during weekday as full of business men.

Cave Hill Country Park

by St_Vincent

The Cave Hill Country Park is open every day from dawn until dusk and is free to enter and there are a number of entrances. There are three marked walks around the park, firstly the Castle Trail of about 30 minutes that takes in both the maze and the castle. Then there is the Estate Trail which should take around an hour and finally the more challenging Cave Hill Trail that goes up past the caves and old iron mines to McArt’s Fort and will take around 2 and a half hours. I have to admit I opted for the easy one but still got some good views. The park is also home to two nature reserves, a castle, a maze and the zoological gardens.

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Address: 26-28 Windsor Park, Belfast, BT9 6FR, United Kingdom