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The Harrison is a bohemian bolthole in Belfast, hosting scoundrels and scholars since 1879.
The Harrison Chambers of Distinction Belfast are restored, landmark Victorian merchants’ residences dating from 1879. Designed to serve the culturally curious travellers it is located near the Lyric Theatre, Queen's Film Theatre, the Grand Opera House, Crescent Arts Centre and just opposite Botanic Gardens.
Learn all about the fascinating lives of the first family to live here and become part of the family yourself, in this truly unique accommodation that feels like a home.
Owner Melanie Harrison has expertly woven past and present into an individual celebration of a city like no other. Each of the 16 rooms combines pieces collected by Melanie over many years with the very best facilities that the 21st-century traveller demands and expects. Friendly staff will give you the inside track on the best attractions, music and cultural events happening in Belfast, with the city centre a mere 15 minutes' walk away.
Huge bay windows, antique furniture, sumptuous velvet curtains and freestanding bathtubs in the bedrooms combine elegance with underlying mischief and tongue-in-cheek humour. Eccentric curios and surprises await to delight - every bedroom has its own story and distinct personality. No two stays are ever the same!
Top Reasons To Visit
- Stay in an historic building of character and interest
- Owner-run with a friendly, personalised service
- Located near theatres, art galleries, museums and Botanic Gardens
- Free car park and fine dining restaurant on site
- Each room has its own distinct character and style