Studio 2 at Arlanhaus. Pristine accom, close City.Studio 2 at Arlanhaus is the epitome of bijou; a great deal of amenities, resources and comforts, contained within a modest wrapper. Nestled conveniently on the first floor and at the rear of the property, this discrete and private setting, will hopefully be remembered as something of a ‘City Escape.’ With at a touch electric heating and instant hot water, the Studio also offers a double bed, functional kitchen and luxurious shower room. There is seating for two, clothes space, TV & wifi.
No 3 at Arlanhaus. Designer interior, close City.No 3 at Arlanhaus is ideal for up to four people visiting Belfast, providing comfortable, luxurious and competitively priced accommodation in a fantastic Belfast locality. Tucked conveniently near to the arterial Antrim Road, Belfast Waterworks (Ireland’s first park run) and the spectacular Cavehill, which accommodates country park, Belfast Castle and Belfast Zoo. The looming profiled aspect of the hills above north Belfast is referred to as ‘Napoleon’s Nose’ and is said to be the inspiration for Jonathan Swift’s fabled satire ‘Gulliver’s Travels.’ Below Napoleon’s Nose, in 1944 a US B-17 Flying Fortress crashed into the hillside. This tragedy provided the inspiration for the 2007 film: Closing the Ring-directed by Richard Attenborough. If you are visiting Belfast as a park run tourist, No 3 at Arlanhaus is 300-400m from the start line of Ireland’s oldest park run at Belfast Waterworks. Fishing, scenic walks, bird watching or feeding the swans are all popular and alternative Waterworks’ activities. A fifteen to twenty minute downhill walk gets you to Belfast’s lively and happening Cathedral Quarter. Closer to Arlanhaus, there is Cassidy’s Bar for a hearty Ulster breakfast and the authentic ‘Irish Pub’ experience (400m walk). Casual all day dining can be found at Murphy Brown’s, Cavehill Road (600m) or SoZo, Antrim Road (200m). There is good food and drinks with a view from Belfast Castle; check opening hours before visiting. Lansdowne Hotel is the very best of more formal dining and evening entertainment/socialising, to include live music at weekends; less than a mile to walk up the Antrim Road. Quality and recommended takeaway food: Indian/kebab (Indian Nights) 02890717060, Chinese (Elements) 02890744442, Pizza/Italian (Pizza Works) 02890777888 and original fish and chips (Roundabout) 02890371370. Convenience shopping at Tesco, Antrim Road (200m) and also a plethora of other amenities: shops, coffee, Subway, pharmacy, florists, laundrette, dry-cleaners, hairdressers/barbers and liquor/off sales etc. Try Zoltan Gabriel, 21 Antrim Road, for the ultimate male pampering experience: haircut, hot towel shave etc.
Elegant period home (Free parking and Wi-fi)Luxurious detached home in quiet neighbourhood close to Belfast Castle, Zoo and the Cathedral/ Titanic Quarters. 10 minutes from city centre by bus, 30 minutes on foot. (1.9 miles) Guests have property to themselves although outside of bookings this is a family home so guests should expect to see our belongings and respect personal items. Free breakfast (cereals, bread, milk, eggs, tea/ coffee provided). Free, secure parking. Information pack containing tourist information is provided.