This was our first trip to Belfast. My wife and I chose the Camera House based on the description in Rick Steve's book on Ireland and we weren't disappointed. Our hosts Danny and Miriam went out of their way to help us identify the key sites to see, find good restaurants and make us feel at home. Miriam's cooking is awesome: the full Irish breakfast was the perfect start to our mornings. The guesthouse is located on a nice residential street near Queens University, a short walk from the Botanic Garden and the Ulster Musem. We found it a reasonable walk to the Botanic train station where we made connections to other sites such as the Ulster Folk and Transportation Museum. The only quirk we noticed is that flushing the toilet activates a rather noisy pump - particularly noticeable in the middle of the night. (Nothing that caused us to lose much sleep, just full disclosure.) The Camera House has character unlike the hotel chains and the hosts Danny and Miriam are very welcoming. We had a wonderful stay and wish it could have been longer!
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- Camera Guest House is an authentic 19th-century Victorian building situated in the leafy suburbs of South Belfast. It takes its name from the many photographers who stayed here during the 'troubles' who wanted to avoid the bigger, easily-targeted hotels. Camera Guest House is a family-run business that provides a warm welcome and makes an ideal base for both leisure and business visitors. ... more less
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- Also Known As:
- Camera Guesthouse Hotel Belfast
- Camera Guesthouse Belfast, Northern Ireland