Budget Friendly Accommodation at BFS International

Corr's Corner Hotel

BT36 4TQ, Newtownabbey, 315 Ballyclare Road

A place of cutting-edge modernity with the finest traditional values, Corr's Corner Hotel has held a special place in community since 1919. The newly redeveloped hotel with free WiFi and free parking was voted 'Hospitality... read more

431 reviews 8.6
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£ 72

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Rosspark Hotel Kells

BT42 3LZ, Ballymena, 20 Doagh Road, Kells

The Rosspark Hotel is 3 miles from Ballymena in Country Antrim. It offers rooms with free Wi-Fi and countryside views, a restaurant serving fine food and a gym. The spacious rooms at the Rosspark Hotel... read more

359 reviews 8.6
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£ 85

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The Rocks B&B

BT29 4UL, Crumlin, 6 Ballymather Road, Nutts Corner

The Rocks B&B is located 5.7 miles from Crumlin, 8.7 miles from Belfast and 30 miles from Armagh. Free WiFi is offered throughout the property and free private parking is available on site. Every room... read more

189 reviews 9.8
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£ 65

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Brackenberry

BT14 6JT, Belfast, 185 Cliftonville Road

Set in Belfast, 2.9 km from SSE Arena, Brackenberry features a garden. The property is situated 3.3 km from The Waterfront Hall. Guests can make use of a terrace. At the guest house, all rooms... read more

111 reviews 8.4
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Crumlin Road SA

BT14 7GD, Belfast, 669 Crumlin Road

Crumlin Road SA is situated in Belfast, 3.9 km from SSE Arena. The property is around 4 km from The Waterfront Hall and 4.1 km from The Belfast Empire Music Hall. Titanic Belfast is 5... read more

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Places to Stay before or after Your Trip


Belfast International Airport is a busy, rapidly developing business that makes Northern Ireland more very accessible. It is a gateway for tourism being located 11.5 miles (21.3 km) northwest of the city.

The city is easily accessible as it is located on a motorway network with taxis and shuttles being readily available at the terminal. Sometimes referred to as Aldergrove, this international airfield was once a Royal Air Force base. It is now a Joint Helicopter Command Flying Station which uses Aldergrove runways which are owned by the airport.

This busy, Northern Ireland international airport operates 24 hours a day every day of the year. There are full facilities, comfortable lounges, cafes, and bars. There are parking and bike storage spaces, local bus transfers, shuttles, taxis and car hire facilities. Plenty of hotel or b&b accommodations can be found within close distance. Some provide a free shuttle bus service, car parking, free breakfast and family rooms.

>> Cheap Hotels near Belfast International Airport

There are cheap hotels throughout the city making it an ideal location for a weekend away or a family holiday. Most accommodation has parking offering opportunities for leaving the rental car and exploring on foot. B&B’s are a good time-away option as having a comfortable bed and breakfast is all that is needed when days will be spent discovering the neighbourhood.

Popular is also staying for the night in a Belfast serviced apartment to rent.

The City of Belfast – a historical place with a rich array of architecture


airplaneBelfast an historical city with a rich array of architecture. Stroll to famous landmarks and take guided tours around the distinctive buildings that makes it a must-see city. The City Hall, in the heart of the city is a beautiful, neoclassical building. It serves as the city’s government seat.

There are linen mills, gasworks and terrace houses all telling the story of Belfast. Many buildings are recently restored such as the award winning St George’s Market which was built between 1890 and 1896. This is a perfect spot for buying local produce, crafts and singing along with local musicians.

The city is a perfect place to visit with the family. Find cheap hotels or other accommodation options online and enjoy the many activities available for all. Stay with local families in b&b’s then take-off on walking, taxi and bus tours. Try cultural excursions, visit scientific museums and visit libraries. Explore the hills that surround the city, easily reached, they provide distant views. Special lookout points are at Cave Hill and Belfast Castle.

Stroll river valley paths and woodlands. An exciting and healthy way to see the city is to take a bike tour. Local guides, who know the city’s nooks and crannies will lead cyclists to historic sites and best photo/view spots. The well-maintained bikes are guaranteed comfortable. Meet locals and other travelers on bike tours and have fun sharing the experience.

The city has also amazing shopping, fun nightclubs, artists, musicians and restaurants serving a wide variety of international cuisine. It’s also home to the largest indoor arena in Northern Ireland ; The Odyssey Arena.

Airfield in Aldergrove Northern Ireland


Name : Belfast International Airport

It’s the busiest airport in Northern Ireland and still referred to as Aldergrove Airport, after the nearby village of Aldergrove, which is located immediately to the west.

Location : the terminal is situated near the village of Aldergrove, about 13 miles or 21 km northwest of Belfast city centre in Northern Ireland.

Address : Belfast BT29 4AB, Northern Ireland, United Kingdom

IATA Code : BFS

Main Airlines : easyJet, Thomas Cook Airlines, Jet2.com and Thomson Airways.

Terminals : one passenger terminal.

Postcode District : BT29 4AB

Region : County Antrim

Country : Northern Ireland

Tel. : +44 28 9448 4848

Train Transport

The airport is linked to nearby Antrim railway station by a bus link called the Antrim Airlink (109 A).

Bus Transport

A 24 hour number 300 express bus service to the airport is operated by Translink from the Europa Buscentre, in the centre of Belfast.
By Car

Aldergrove airport can be reached, by car, from Belfast via the M2 motorway.

Nearest Hotels : in the villages and towns of Aldergrove, Crumlin, Antrim, Dunadry, Templepatrick and Stonyford.
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What to do and see nearby


Antrim Castle Gardens (Randalstown Road, Antrim BT41 4LH, Northern Ireland): the grounds are beautiful, wonderful place to walk. There is ample parking space for cars and there is no charge for entering the gardens.

Patterson’s Spade Mill (Templepatrick BT39 0AP, Northern Ireland): National Trust property. Learn about the history of the humble spade. It’s a very interesting place to visit as it’s the last surviving water powered spade mill in Ireland.

Nutts Corner Circuit (11 Dundrod Road, Crumlin BT29 4SR, Northern Ireland): karting and motor sport circuit. It is the largerst karting destination in Northern Ireland.

World of Owls (32 Mount Shalgus Lane, Randalstown Forest, Randalstown BT41 3LE, Northern Ireland): visit the wonderful owl sanctuarysee. See owls, falcons, geese and buzzards. Great day out for all ages.