Positioned in the heart of Belfast city centre, John Bell House offers affordable accommodation for summer guests.

John Bell House is in the ideal location and ensures visitors will be kept busy. Great Victoria Street bus and train station is located close by, as well as George Best Belfast City Airport just 3.1 miles away. The convenient transport links make it almost effortless to explore the bustling city.

John Bell House is a historic building with period features, the property has a mix of shared apartments and en-suite studios waiting to be occupied.

After a full-on day of sightseeing chill out in your own private bedroom, equipped with a small double bed, en-suite shower room, and plenty of storage. High-speed WiFi is also provided to help you document your travels and catch up on your favourite Netflix shows. The property also has a Courtyard, ideal for catching the evening sunshine.

The social area allows residents to interact with their neighbours and build friendships. Shared or studio kitchen facilities are available, so residents can grab food at their own convenience. If cooking is too much hassle, why not explore the many restaurants in the surrounding area, with Italian, Chinese, Indian, pub grub and many more to choose from.

Belfast’s night life is booming. Make sure to take advantage of the cheap mid-week prices that are guaranteed to please. If you would like to experience some culture, why not visit Titanic Belfast and discover the history about the sunken ocean liner or hop on an open top bus tour and take in the sights. If you fancy a spot of shopping The Castle Court Shopping Centre is another option, which is just a five-minute walk from the accommodation.  
John Bell House provides central, city living at affordable price points for short stay guests.
College Square East,

Top Reasons To Visit

  • City Centre Location
  • En-suite rooms
  • Outdoor social space
  • Kitchenettes in all studios
  • High speed WiFi

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