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Somerton House
22 Lansdowne Road
Belfast
Belfast

BT15 4DB
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Somerton House is a family run business in beautiful Victorian town house. Our spacious guest lounge is decorated in a traditional period style complete with an open fireplace for evening relaxation. We also provide fax facilities and daily newspapers. We have a wide selection of standard and en suite rooms. All rooms are finished to a high standard and we work to make your stay and comfortable as possible. Free use of computer in Guest lounge plus Free WiFi Access. Our breakfast menu offers the choice of local specialties such as the ‘Ulster Fry’ or you can alternatively request a vegetarian or continental breakfast. Available from 7am daily. We are ideally situated for the Ferry Terminal. We are the closest Bed and Breakfast to the Stena Line & Norfolk Line. Belfast Castle and Belfast Zoo are a 5/10 minute walk away. A 5/10 minute drive will bring you to the Abbey Centre, York Gate, Waterfront Hall, The Odyessey, Harbour Industrial Estate, Newtownabbey, Duncrue and Mallusk. The area is well serviced by public transport to and from the city centre. The Harbour Airport is 4 miles, International Airport is 10 miles and Larne Ferry Terminal 20 miles.

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