On the eve of the 'troubles' in 1967, Belfast is a small city hovering on the edge of chaos. Set in the International Hotel, Glenn Patterson's non-sectarian, apolitical novel offers a glimpse into the...
Perfect for those who love shops, clubs and bright lights, the city break voucher provides a great range of short escapes in cities across the UK. Choose from a carefully selected range of centrally l...
This fully revised and redesigned 11th edition of The Rough Guide to Ireland takes you into every corner of the land, with insider tips, itineraries for shorter or longer stays, author favourites and ...
AdvantagesBar. Bed. Breakfast. Carvery. Comfort. Décor. Restaurant. Staff. Style.
DisadvantagesDroning kitchen Fan. No Parking.
DisadvantagesExpensive and IMHO overated
AdvantagesClose to city centre, very affordable, spacious rooms.
DisadvantagesSome minor faults in some rooms, very thin walls.