The gateway to the rural retreat of Northern Ireland, Belfast’s industrial heritage has shaped a city steeped in culture. Antrim’s spectacular coastline takes you to the Giant’s Causeway, renowned for its polygonal columns of layered basalt, which has been attracting visitors for centuries. South of the region, you can see the famous gardens at Mount Stewart House or follow in the footsteps of St. Patrick in scenic County Down. In the heart of Queen’s Quarter, Wellington Park Hotel is a five-minute walk from both Queens University and the Ulster Museum.
Each room at Wellington Park Hotel has an LCD TV with satellite channels, a private bathroom and complimentary toiletries. The Lyric Theatre and picturesque Botanic Gardens are both within half a mile’s walk. The city centre is less than a mile away, with its bars and lively shopping centres.
*There is no entertainment at this hotel.
Price includes: 4 nights dinner, bed and breakfast. Entrance to Titanic Belfast, Giant’s Causeway, and Crumlin Road Gaol.
Special full itinerary
Day One – Depart the UK by Ferry
Caimryan to Belfast Arrive in Ireland and check into your hotel.
Day Two – Titanic and Belfast
One hundred years on from the launch of the world’s most famous ship – experience the amazing Titanic story in the city of her birth – Belfast. See the shipyard where she was built, Titanic’s Dock and Pump – House (a fascinating interactive visitor centre) and visit Titanic Belfast, a new visitor attraction, built at the head of the slipways from which Titanic was built and launched. Experience a thrilling ride through Titanic’s construction in the shipyards, relive the drama of her sinking and visit her wreck on the ocean floor. Other highlights of this historic city include City Hall, St. George’s Market, St. Anne’s Cathedral, the Botanic Gardens and the Crown Liquor Saloon, a splendid gin palace and famous landmark.
Day Three – Giant’s Causeway
The Antrim coast road has miles of spectacular scenery and today you travel through the many towns and villages of the glens before visiting the ever-famous Giant’s Causeway.
Day Four – A visit to Crumlin Road Gaol
Here you will enjoy an educational guided tour of the Gaol which housed well-known IRA members among other criminals from 1845, right up until the gates were closed one final time as a working prison in 1996. Then you have the full afternoon to enjoy the rest of Belfast, and return to your hotel for dinner.
Day Five – Return Home
After breakfast, start your journey home.
|Monday 24th June – 5 Days
• Free parking
• Free High Speed Internet (WiFi)
Food & Drink
• Bar / lounge
• Free breakfast
• Conference facilities
• Room service
• Non-smoking throughout
• Flatscreen TVs
• Baggage storage