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Stayed in The Old Rectory, as we had a relative having Op in nearby Ulster Clinic, Hospitality was great, parking a big plus, room so homely and quaint, with all facilities, host's very friendly and accommodating, food good , would have liked to have been...More
Our arrival time was not the most convenient but did not phase these people at all. Rooms a delight to behold, such beautiful, antique furniture. We felt honoured to be trusted with such lovely gems.
We had the most restful night in 10 whole days...More
I was in town for only five days for a conference, and wanted to stay somewhere I would be comfortable. I'm so glad I chose to stay here. Mary and Gerry are both so kind and helpful. The Old Rectory is a little outside of...More
the place has a lot of character but manage to be neither stuffy nor overcrowded with antiques. All the amenities were very well functionning and we had a good bed. (not necesseraly a given and IMHO too often overlooked) The girls (16 & 17) loved...More
This B & B was fantastic. Located out of town in a tasteful neighborhood. The decor was a mass of collectors items placed through out the house and all done in good taste. Our room was large and comfortable and done up in the Victorian...More
Response from 123maria34 | Property representative |
Hi there Anne,
You can take the 8A, 8B, 8C buses from directly opposite the guesthouse into the city centre, where you can alight at the Europa bus station. They run about every 15/ 20 mins and the journey takes about 10/15... More
Hi there Anne,
You can take the 8A, 8B, 8C buses from directly opposite the guesthouse into the city centre, where you can alight at the Europa bus station. They run about every 15/ 20 mins and the journey takes about 10/15 mins depending on traffic. A day bus ticket costs £3.40 (A single £2.00) and will take you on all the buses in the city, you can pay in cash on the bus and they will provide change.
To continue on to the Titanic exhibition, you can alight right in the city centre (last stop, by City Hall) and then take the 26, 26B, 26C to the Titanic Quarter (they run every 12 mins at peak times, every 25 mins off peak), this journey takes about 10 mins. When returning to the Old Rectory, our stop is Myrtlefield Park, there is an electronic sign at the front of the bus which will display the stops.
We look forward to welcoming you here at the Old Rectory soon! Travel safely.