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Rayanne House is a 5 star boutique accommodation just 5 miles from Belfast City, excellent bedrooms breakfast and views over Belfast Lough.

The unique property dates back to 1886 and retains its stunning period features and comfortable charm. Located in Holywood, Rayanne House offers guests a luxury boutique stay with bespoke bedrooms and the legendary, industry-leading gourmet breakfast. It is situated just over two miles from Belfast City Airport and five miles from Belfast City Centre, set in private grounds with parking, gardens, outdoor decking and spectacular Lough views.
Rayanne House is renowned for its high standards in accommodation, cuisine and service. All bedrooms are en suite and are furnished to high quality standards offering all modern facilities and many extras. A warm genuine Irish welcome awaits you at Rayanne House.
Rayanne House's service is professional, discreet and attentive. The Rayanne House experience is about relaxation, an atmosphere of intimacy and the pleasures of superior cuisine. Exclusive, private dining can accommodate from 10 to 34 guests - no room hire is necessary. As they place such emphasis on freshness and flavour, pre-ordering is essential for each party.
Rayanne Country House
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60 Demesne Road,
Belfast.
BT189EX

Top Reasons To Visit

  • Award winning accommodation and customer service
  • Best breakfast in the business with seven Starters and thirteen main courses
  • Titanic Menu is a recreation of the dinner served onboard RMS Titanic
  • Ireland Top 10 "Destination Restaurant" at Food & Wine Awards
  • Excellent location for touring Northern Ireland
  • Private Dining

    Rayanne House is the only exclusively private dining restaurant in the Belfast area. This perfect period location offers private dining room and surrounds to create a unique culinary experience.

    Chef Conor McClelland's 25-year experience has been gathered from a variety of world locations. From London to Germany and from France to New York, it's no surprise that Conor is renowned for his creative and imaginative menus. Conor personally sources and prepares each dish thus ensuring the highest quality and consistency. His passion to create each delicious course is inspired by the abundance and quality of local produce.


  • Titanic Tasting Menu

    The Titanic Menu is a recreation of the last menu served in the first class restaurant on board the Iconic Ship. Chef Conor has meticulously re-created the menu that was served to the renowned passengers such as Benjamin Guggenheim and the un-sinkable Molly Brown. The menu is as sumptuous as you'd expect, with nine lavish courses boasting delights from the Edwardian Era.

    The Titanic Menu is available for private parties and, due to popular demand, for couples and small groups on various dates (please contact for details). This unique dining experience is served in the beautiful period dining room, with views of Belfast Lough from where Titanic would have sailed down the Lough on her maiden voyage in April, 1912.

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