When you want the perfect place to put your feet up at the end of the day, look no further than Ardmore B&B. Set in the desirable area of Ormeau Road, our rooms offer you the very best in B&B accommodation.
Three comfortable B&B rooms with extra beds available by request
Continental breakfast included
Tea & coffee making facilities in all rooms
Access to the kitchen for longer stays
Electric blankets on beds
Our Bed and Breakfast meets the stringent standards required for certification by the Northern Ireland Tourist Board, guaranteeing you fantastic service.
Your host, Brigid Loughran, is always on hand with cups of tea and her extensive local knowledge will ensure you make the most of your visit.
The house provides two double bedrooms and a single bedroom. One of the double rooms has an additional bed-settee, which may be used as a family room.
All beds are comfy, cosy and fitted with an electric blanket. Linens, towels, toiletries, house coats and slippers are provided in each room. You will also find plenty of reading materials, maps and guides.
"My bedroom was comfortable and beautifully decorated, as was the rest of the house. I felt so at home in a new city and Brigid was so generous with her time, space and kitchen!"
"[Brigid's] house is so comfortable and bright, and the bed was a joy, so good after 20 hours traveling."
A choice of help-yourself breakfast provisions are available including porridge, muesli, various cereals, yogurt, homemade jams, locally-sourced honey, homemade Irish breads, fresh fruit, fresh ground coffee and a range of teas.
Most of the produce is organic. A cooked Irish breakfast, using only organic and locally-sourced food, is available on request at an additional price, as are freshly-made organic, healthy vegetable and fruit drinks.
Appliances - cooker, fridge, microwave, toaster, kettle, washing machine, iron and ironing board, hair dryer, CD player
Shampoo, bed linen, towels and paper towels all provided
Central heating and coal fire
Internet access and Wi-Fi available
Queens University Belfast is an easy 20 minute walk, crossing the river and going through the Botanic Gardens passing the Ulster Museum
The Lyric Theatre is 15 minutes walk away; the Grand Opera House is 10 minutes away by bus
Cherryvale Park (where you can watch Gaelic Football, Hurling, Rugby and Soccer being practiced by local clubs and Schools) is 3 minutes away
Historic Ormeau Park, once owned by Lord Donegal and the meeting place of the Suffragettes, is 10 minute walk away
Belvoir Forest Park, which runs into Lagan Valley Regional Park, is 15 minutes away
The Titanic Quarter is 10 minutes away by bus into the City Centre and then a 10 minute walk
St. George's Market is a 25 minute walk along the river (or 10 minutes by bus and 10 minute walk)
The Political Tours of West Belfast are minutes away on the bus and then 15 minute walk