Beech Hill Guest House Bed and Breakfast Accommodation in Ireland - close to Belfast, Bangor & Holywood also Belfast City Airport and ferry ports, Conference Centres and Exhibition venues.
BEECH HILL
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Convenient to Belfast
Many superb Golf Courses nearby

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Beech Hill Top 10 things to see in Belfast

(in no particular order)

Belfast City Hall: A fine example of classical renaissance style, this Edwardian masterpiece is the home of Belfast City Council. As part of a major renovation programme the building will reopen for tours in 2009. Tel; 028 9027 0456 www.belfastcity.gov.uk/cityhall

Linen Hall Library
: The Linen Hall library is the city's oldest library (1788) and houses one of the most renowned collections of Irish material in the world. Visitors are welcome to browse the collection. Free tours should be booked in advance. Tel: 028 9032 1707 www.linenhall.com

Ulster Museum: The Ulster Museum is currently closed for redevelopement . This £12 million project will reviatalise one of Northern Ireland's most important cultural institutions. The Museum is scheduled to reopen in Spring 2009. Tel: 028 9038 3000 www.ulstermuseum.org.uk

Botanic Gardens: Open daily until dusk. The restored palm house (1852) is a masterpiece of moulded glass and wrought iron, displaying exotic trees and flowering plants. The Tropical ravine (1889) features a humid jungle plus a fish pond dominated by giant waterlillies. www.belfastcity.gov.uk/parksandopenspaces

Crown Liquor Saloon: Belfast's best known pub. Its ornately extravagent Victorian exterior and interior make it one of the National Trust's greatest treasures. To order a pint of guiness and dozen oysters to your snug with a silent signalling system is only one of its unique features. Tel: 028 9027 9901 www.crownbar.com

Titanic Dock and Pump House: This tour takes in Thompson Dock where the celebrated RMS Titanic had its final fit-out. Guided tours run Wed, Sat and Sun 2.00pm duration 1 hour. Tel: 028 9073 7813 www.titanictrail.com

Ulster Historical Foundation: Founded in 1956 to promote interest in Irish history and genealogy, with particular reference to Ulster. UHF offers an anscestral research service, publishes books, organises conferences and lecture tours. Tel: 028 9033 2288 www.ancestryireland.com

Belfast City Sightseeing: Open top tours daily from Castle Place every 30 minutes (March-September) 10.00am - 4.00pm. 18 hop-on/hop-off stops. Tickets valid for 24 hours. All tours delivered by fully qualified guides and last approximately 1 hour 40 minutes. Tel: 028 9045 9035 www.belfastcitysightseeing.com

Belfast Safaris: Belfast Safaris allows visitors to experience lesser known sites and local folklore. We offer guided neighbourhood walking tours, special interest tours, themed tours (political, music, literature, art, architecture) and hosted visits to local resident's homes and businesses. Tel: 028 9031 0610 info@belfastsafaris.com www.belfastsafaris.com

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