The Keep Guest House
The Keep Guesthouse is conveniently located in Carrickfergus Town center. The superb guest rooms all have en-suite shower facilities. We trust you will find your stay with us extremely comfortable
Rayanne House
Rayanne House is a Multi Award Winning 5 Star Guest House and Private Dining Restaurant located minutes from the Belfast City Airport. Rayanne House dates back to 1883 and offers a boutique feel where
Camera Guesthouse
This 19th-century Victorian guest house offers bed and breakfast accommodation in the leafy suburbs of Belfast. It is 25 minutes' walk from the city centre, and offers free Wi-Fi. Taking its name from
Camera Guest House
Built in the early 19th century, Camera House still retains many of it's natural Victorian features. Established as a Guest House in the 1960s it was named 'Camera' Guest House as an acknowledgement
Ravenhill Guest House
Ravenhill House is a four star rated guest house located two miles south of Belfast city hall in the popular Ormeau Road area. Owners Olive and Roger Nicholson provide welcoming and professional
Seaview Guesthouse
Daily bus services are available along the famous Antrim Coast and regular bus and train services are available to Belfast and other parts of Northern Ireland. All rooms ensuite, hospitality trays,
Laurel Villa Townhouse
Laurel Villa is a fabulous Victorian villa and provides Magherafelt's only N.I.T.B. 4 STAR guesthouse accommodation. It offers that rare combination of quality, taste and warm, yet unobtrusive,
Golf Links House
Golf Links House is a family run guest house and award winning restaurant situated in the picturesque seaside town of Newcastle, County Down. We have been providing that ‘home from home'
Crockatinney Guest House
Crockatinney bed and breakfast was built in 1999,i t was a purpose built accommodation designed to be a family home and a home for people travelling to this amazing country of northern ireland. Our
Belmont Hall
Located in the heart of Newry City, Belmont Hall was constructed by Samuel Jackson Esq. in 1809 and was designed by the renowned architect Thomas Duff, who also designed the local courthouse. Work