Book a hotel near Belfast Castle

If you’re looking for a breathtakingly beautiful place to visit in Belfast, the castle is not one to miss. With marvelous sandstone features, Belfast castle offers a wealth of history, after all – it is one of the most iconic landmarks in the city!

Originally built in the late 12th century, this stunning castle in the Belfast slopes of Cavehill Country Park boasts fascinating views of Belfast city and Belfast Lough. The castle was burned down 100 years after being built and refurbished by Belfast City Council, who it is now being managed by.

Today, on entering Belfast Castle you will experience the original oak carved staircase in the lobby, the elegant main room with maple flooring, 18th century styled walls, chandeliers and spectacular views! The cellars, which contain the Cellar Restaurant, Castle Tavern and tea rooms, have a unique Victorian atmosphere with paved streets and gas lights.

It also provides an antiques shop, visitor centre and restaurant near the castle. It’s popular for private events like conferences, dining and wedding receptions. You can also opt to go for a meal in the Cellar Restaurant or a coffee or treat in the Castle Tavern.

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Maldron Hotel Belfast Int.

30 minutes driving

Maldron Hotel Belfast International Airport is located just 50 metres from the terminal entrance of the airport, taking the hassle out of your day with short and long-term stay packages available. The hotel includes modern, spacious and comfortable rooms with excellent outstanding service from staff paying attention to the finer things, and conveniently – free parking available for those who are taking off at the airport.

Belfast Castle is located 25 minutes away from Maldron Hotel Belfast International Airport by taxi or car. Public transport to the castle is also available by taking bus routes – 300a, 1a, 1f, 1e or 200, this will take approximately 30 minutes.

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