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Maryville House is a fine example of a Victorian Gentleman’s residence situated on the cosmopolitan Lisburn Road in South Belfast.

Maryville House offers modern facilities in a traditional period setting within a quiet, yet convenient location with its own car parking on site and is easily accessed from the motorway, train and bus.

All bedrooms are unique and equipped with comfortable beds, en-suite bathrooms, flat screen TVs and free Wi-Fi. Complimentary newspapers, mineral water, tea, coffee and sweet treats are provided during your stay.

The breakfast options are vast and include everything delicious you might wish for, from the traditional full breakfast to something lighter, such as fruit salad, porridge, croissants, French toast and more. With their own in-house tearooms, Maryville House can offer the unique experience of an afternoon tea, light lunch or simply a great cup of tea or coffee. All the bakery items are homemade, all food prepared fresh to order and sourced locally.

Maryville House function room is ideal for an intimate get together with its homely decor. Whether it is for a business meeting or a private party for a special occasion, you can choose from different packages that can be tailored to suit your needs.

  • 2 Maryville Park
  • Belfast
  • Antrim
  • BT9 6LN

Top Reasons To Visit

  • Afternoon Tea: Petit-fours, sandwiches, home-made scones
  • Victorian Tearooms: Need a place to relax and take a break?
  • Home-Baked Fayre: Various selection of home-made treats
  • Bed and Breakfast: Caters to singles, couples and families
  • Extensive Breakfast Menu: Full Irish fry, Eggs Ben and more
  • Afternoon Tea

    Step back to the 1900’s and enjoy afternoon tea in one of Belfast’s most elegant period homes. Afternoon tea at Maryville House consists of a choice of freshly prepared sandwiches, home made scones with fresh cream and jam and a selection of little treats, all of which are home made and served on a three tier cake stand with fine china. To quench your thirst, guests can enjoy refreshments from the vast selection of loose leaf teas and freshly prepared barista coffees.

    Tea room opening hours: Sunday to Friday 8am – 5.30pm, Saturday 8am – 6pm.

    Catering for large groups and private parties is available on request. Booking is essential. To book, call 028 9068 1510.

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