Guest Houses in Ireland
Belfast, the capital of Northern Ireland, is a waterfront city with a proud industrial past. It is most famous for the Titanic ocean liner, built in the city and launched in 1911 and now celebrated (and commemorated) at Titanic Ireland visitor centre.
Titanic Ireland sits at the heart of the city’s regenerated ‘Titanic Quarter’ of museums, restaurants and public art installations but there is plenty to see elsewhere in the city, including the hill which is said to resemble a sleeping giant and is thought to have inspired Jonathan Swift’s Gulliver’s Travels.
Wherever you look to sleep in Ireland, you’ll find plenty of comfortable Ireland B&B and apartments to choose from.
Most of Belfast’s B&Bs and Guest houses are restored Victorian townhouses lining the leafy streets of the Queen’s Quarter, Lisburn Road or Ravenhill Road.
The Northern Ireland Tourist Board’s star grading system is used here for easy reference. Guesthouses offer evening meals.
The Gregory is a family run business, headed up by Jim and Alison. The Gregory family have been a prominent business family in Ireland since 1900. The 14 spacious rooms have been tastefully renovated in 2014 and it is our aim to make your stay with us as comfortable as possible. All of our rooms feature en-suite bathrooms, thoughtful extras, and free WiFi.