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Ravenhill Guest House
690 Ravenhill Rd
Belfast
Belfast

BT6 0BZ

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A warm and welcoming Victorian home located just 2 miles south of Belfast city centre. It is within easy reach of the Waterfront Hall, Odyssey Arena, Central rail station and Forestside shopping complex.

Built in 1886 and restored by owners Roger and Olive Nicholson, Ravenhill Guest House offers a unique blend of Victorian charm with every modern comfort. Sitting and dining rooms have period furniture, open fires and a library of books, maps and information to help you explore Belfast and its surrounding area. Our rates include a breakfast of fruit compotes, home-made bread and preserves, the traditional Ulster fry and some delicious vegetarian options. Ravenhill is an ideal base for visitors on business or pleasure.High speed internet access is available in the guest sitting room. Within walking distance there are restaurants, pubs and cafes to cater for every taste. All rooms are furnished to a high standard and have free high speed wireless internet access. For the comfort of all our guests, Ravenhill Guest House is non-smoking.

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