Accommodation close to harbour ferries, with parking

Ramada by Wyndham Belfast

BT1 2LD, Belfast, 20 Talbot Street

Ramada by Wyndham Belfast is located in the heart of town in the Cathedral Quarter of Belfast's city centre. Your perfect base to explore the best of Belfast on foot with Victoria Square shopping centre,... read more

5032 reviews 8

£ 42.50

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Malmaison Belfast

BT1 3GH, Belfast, 34-38 Victoria Street

In the heart of the city, this beautifully converted Victorian warehouse is now a stylish and luxurious 4-star hotel, mixing period features with modern boutique style. With carved stone gargoyles and original iron pillars and... read more

2273 reviews 7.8

£ 70.00

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Cyprus View Apartment

BT4 3EQ, Belfast, 148 Upper Newtownards Road

Offering city views, Cyprus View Apartment is an accommodation situated in Belfast, 2.7 km from SSE Arena and 3.1 km from The Waterfront Hall. This property offers access to a patio, free private parking and... read more

62 reviews 9.1

£ 95.00

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This transport hub is incredibly close to some of Belfast’s most bustling districts, meaning you’ve plenty of choice when it comes to budget accommodation if you need to stay in town within walking distance of Belfast port the night before you depart, or rest your head upon your return.

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There is no shortage of options

No matter what your reason for travelling, you’ve no shortage of options when it comes to accommodation in Belfast. The capital of Northern Ireland is fast becoming one of the most visited cultural centres in Europe and you’ll find a competitive choice of premium hotels, bed and breakfast accommodation and micro-budget options to ensure you only spend what you want to.

What’s more, with so much choice on offer, you’ll find plenty of hotels offering cheap rates on stunning rooms in Belfast Northern Ireland. Looking to turn your ferry transfer into a mini holiday? Why not enquire about low cost rooms in the city centre and spoil yourself rotten ahead of your voyage across the Irish Sea, or opt for lodging closer to the terminal and docks.

If you’re keen to stay close to the docks in Belfast port for fear of missing your departure from the terminal, it’s worth checking what rooms are available in the Cathedral Quarter area of the city. Here you’ll find a full range of accommodation types, from budget rooms and hostels for the budget traveller, to stunning five-star hotels for those who like to travel and stay in style.

If you’re more flexible with time when staying in a hotel in Belfast, consider some of the other areas of the city. Albert Quay and the sprawling West Bank Road both offer close proximity to the port itself, but mean you won’t have to compete with sky-high room rates engineered to take advantage of the desperate traveller. Here you’ll find a great choice of hotel accommodation, whether you’re looking for comfy and quaint b&b lodging, or something inching toward the premium end of the spectrum.

Popular in Belfast city center is also renting a serviced apartment for 1 night or a weekend.

Stena Line / Norfolk Line / Isle of Man Steam Packet

ferry port england ukBelfast is Ireland’s busiest ferry port. Services include routes to Stranraer Ferry Port, Liverpool Port and Douglas on the Isle of Man.

The Port of Belfast operates several terminals : The Isle of Man Steam Packet – Sea Cat terminal, the Norfolk Line terminal and the Stena Line Belfast Terminal.

Convenient transport connections make Belfast a dream departure point. Drivers are well served by road networks and ample short-term parking, while those without their own transport can rely on the reliable bus service with regular departures from City Hall and a Belfast hotel in the centre of town. If you’re in a rush and need to make a connection quickly, taxis can be hailed from the city centre with journeys to the harbour costing as little as 9 Euros.

The Isle of Man Steam Packet / Sea Cat terminal is located at Albert Quay.

The new Stena Line Belfast Terminal is located at Westbank Road, off Junction 1 of the M2 motorway (Fortwilliam roundabout). The Norfolk Line Ferry Terminal (Victoria Terminal) is situated on West Bank Road as well.


Isle of Man Steam Packet Company , Albert Quay, Belfast, BT3 9SS.

Stena Line, Victoria , West Bank Road, Belfast, BT3 9JL

Belfast Harbour in Northern Ireland

Name : Port of Belfast. Is Northern Ireland’s principal passenger ferry port with 1.3 million ferry passengers.

Location : in Belfast Northern Ireland just off Junction 1 of the M2 Motorway – Fortwilliam Roundabout.

Stena Line : Ferry Terminal, Victoria Terminal 2, West Bank Road, Belfast BT3 9JL

Parking : over 300 car parking spaces are located directly in front of the terminal building

Tel : 08447707070

Steam Packet : Isle of Man Steam Packet Company Terminal, Albert Quay, Belfast, BT3 9SS

Parking : long term car parking is available in a Pay and Display car park.

Sat Nav postcode : BT3

Country : Northern Ireland

Nearest Hotels : in Belfast city centre

Nearest railway station from Belfast Ferry Terminal ?

The majority of trains stop at Great Victoria Street Railway Station in the city center of Belfast, with the exception of trains from Dublin and Larne which terminate at Belfast Central Station near the Waterfront Hall on East Bridge Street.

From Central Station you can hop on a connecting train to Great Victoria Street Station. Belfast Central Railway Station is a 15 minute walk from the Steam Packet, Seacat Terminal.

What to do and see nearby

SS Nomadic (Hamilton Dock, Queens Island, BT3 9DM, Northern Ireland): visit Titanic’s little sister. The SS Nomadic is completely refurbished to how it would have originally looked.

Waterfront Hall (2 Lanyon Place, BT1 3WH, Northern Ireland): bright spacious concert hall. It seats over 2000 people for concerts, gigs, opera and meetings, and has a smaller studio for smaller events.

W5 (The Odyssey, 2 Queen’s Quay, Belfast BT3 9QQ, Northern Ireland): children’s museum. W5 is interactive, informative and simply great fun for kids and parents alike.

Titanic Belfast (1 Olympic Way, Queen’s Road, Titanic Quarter, BT3 9DT, Northern Ireland): great museum showcasing the background on the shipbuilding in Belfast in general and the Titanic.

Titanic Boat Tour (1 Donegall Quay, 2 Laganbank Road, BT1 3EA, Northern Ireland): take a tour around Belfast Harbour and see where the RMS Titanic was designed, built and launched. It’s a great way to see the Titanic story from a different angle.

Odyssey Arena (2 Queen’s Quay, Belfast BT3 9QQ, Northern Ireland): the Odyssey arena is a leisure complex containing an ice skating rink, sports arena and an interactive science center.