Self Catering Lets and Holiday Rentals in City Centre
The Northern Irish capital Belfast is a charming city well known for it’s maritime history and it’s associations with the British passenger liner RMS Titanic, who sank on its maiden voyage sailing from the Port of Southampton to New York City.
The city is an excisting place to visit all year round. Enjoy fantastic shopping at Victoria Square, great restaurants and the bustling nightlife. Wander around the Botanical Gardens in Queen’s Quarter, known for the Palm House conservatory, or visit Belfast Castle, the previously home to the Earl of Shaftesbury. The Ulster Museum is nearby, as well as the Queen’s University.
One of the city’s great signature buildings is The Grand Opera House, restored to its Victorian glory. Major entertainment and sport events are held at the Odyssey indoor arena, situated in Titanic Quarter and the Waterfront.
Belfast has self catering accommodation to suit all budgets, from cheaper studio’s to luxury 4 and 5 star flats, suites and penthouses. Spacious and bright apartments to rent have a fully equipped kitchen, a dining area and a lounge with LCD TV. Many are only a short walk from boutiques, shops, restaurants and pubs. Some offer free secure car parking and free Wi-Fi access. These rentals offer freedom, independence and convenience.
Whether you are staying in the city for business or leisure, you can find apartment rentals close to the City Hall, Parliament Buildings Stormont, Queens University, The Waterfront Hall, Odyssey Indoor Arena, Windsor Park Football Stadium, Central Railway Station, Great Victoria Street train station, George Best City airport, BFS International airport and many more.
Book your short or long stay holiday rentals (studio’s, flats, suites, apartments) with 1,2,3 bedrooms. Many accommodations offer free Wi-Fi access and come with a fully equipped kitchen, seperate bathroom and living area.
Apartment rental : Short Term Stay for a Weekend or 1 Night
Overnight stay in the city centre, within walking distance of the Grand Opera House and Great Victoria Street shopping centre. More great shopping, the modern Titanic Quarter and also famous Lisburn road is nearby. Belfast is a great city for shopping, sightseeing and as a base for the east coast of Northern Ireland.
The Titanic Quarter is a new and buzzing part of Belfast where many chic restaurants and bars are located. The centre of the city and Victoria Street are just a 15-minute walk away across the river. Via the M3 motorway guests can be at BFS International Airport in under half an hour. Belfast Waterfront and the Odyssey entertainment venue are also within easy reach.
Main railway station ?
A mainline train station of the city is Great Victoria Street Railway station, located in the city centre. The Europa Bus Centre is also located here. Belfast’s Central Railway Station is situated east of the city center, not far from the Waterfront Hall.
The city is also a busy ferry passenger port with connections to Cairnryan, Loch Ryan, Wigtownshire in Scotland. Also ferries are operated to the ferry Port of Liverpool and Douglas Isle of Man Ferry Port (Steam Packet Company).
Location of the City
Where is Belfast ?
The capital city of Northern Ireland is located in Antrim County, in the north-east of the country.
- Glasgow in Scotland — 110 miles
- Blackpool seaside resort — 128 miles
- Edinburgh capital city of Scotland — 143 miles
- Liverpool City Centre UK — 143 miles
- Blackburn — 152 miles
If you want to fly to Belfast, you have 2 options. George Best City Airport is close by the city centre, while Belfast International Airport BFS can be found about 13 miles north-west of the city near Aldergrove. Both airports offer domestic, as well as international flights.
5 Must See Attractions and Sights
The majority of sights can be appreciated in any season.
(1 Olympic Way, Queen’s Road, Titanic Quarter, BT3 9DT Northern Ireland)
Famous tourist attraction of the city. The Titanic exhibit is spread over 9 galleries outlining 9 phases. It’s very interesting and well presented.
HM Prison Crumlin Road or Crumlin Road Gaol
(53-55 Crumlin Rd, Belfast, Antrim BT14 6ST Northern Ireland)
Former prison who closed it’s doors as a working prison in 1996. Take a guided tour of the gaol and learn more about it’s fascinating history and beautiful architecture.
(Botanic Gardens, BT9 5AB, Northern Ireland)
Ulster Museum is located in the Queen’s Quarter district of the city. It displays a collection of early Irish artifacts and treasures. The exhibits are very interesting !
(55 Ridgeway Street, Belfast BT9 5FB, Northern Ireland)
Enjoy amazing shows and plays at this great theatre. The Lyric theatre is one of the best places to spend an evening.
The Waterfront Hall
(2 Lanyon Place, BT1 3WH Northern Ireland)
Lovely venue housing musical and theatrical performances. The Waterfront Hall is located on the Lagan waterfront and can seat over 2000 people for concerts, gigs, opera and confernce or convention meetings. It also has a smaller studio for smaller events.