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Pleasant welcome on arrival and overall a very comfortable stay. An excellent breakfast served by Gerry and the fresh warm home made bread is something else, lovely. A well located welcoming Guest House with nice touches...
arrived late by taxi from belfast international airport. we where greted at the door , allways nice.
sorted our breakfast arrangments. then shown to our room, which was a nice large comfortable room with all the all the facilitys you could need. the breakfast was...More
It is always great when expectations are beaten and such was the case here.I started my one night stay being shown by Gerry into my room and fully briefed as to where everything was..a beautiful room with every facility that a good hotel would have..and...More
This past summer my friend and I were very lucky to have stayed here. We slept here 3 nights and it was probably 3 of our best nights on our trip.
I want to start off by saying that we arrived very early our first...More
I thoroughly enjoyed my Belfast visit due, in part, to my stay at the Old Rectory. Gerry and Mary were great hosts, who provided good info on the area. My room was large and comfortable, with nice touches such as bottled water and snack. Breakfast...More
Response from 123maria34 | Property representative |
Hi there Anne,
You can take the 8A, 8B, 8C buses from directly opposite the guesthouse into the city centre, where you can alight at the Europa bus station. They run about every 15/ 20 mins and the journey takes about 10/15... More
Hi there Anne,
You can take the 8A, 8B, 8C buses from directly opposite the guesthouse into the city centre, where you can alight at the Europa bus station. They run about every 15/ 20 mins and the journey takes about 10/15 mins depending on traffic. A day bus ticket costs £3.40 (A single £2.00) and will take you on all the buses in the city, you can pay in cash on the bus and they will provide change.
To continue on to the Titanic exhibition, you can alight right in the city centre (last stop, by City Hall) and then take the 26, 26B, 26C to the Titanic Quarter (they run every 12 mins at peak times, every 25 mins off peak), this journey takes about 10 mins. When returning to the Old Rectory, our stop is Myrtlefield Park, there is an electronic sign at the front of the bus which will display the stops.
We look forward to welcoming you here at the Old Rectory soon! Travel safely.
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