Introducing Belfast

September 17, 2010 at 1:12 pm Leave a comment

Book a Belfast bed and breakfastBelfast has been going through a period of transformation and rejuvenation in recent years, stepping out of its troubled history to emerge a fresh, modern and vibrant capital.

While an older generation may associate the city’s very name with political turmoil and years of civil unrest, Belfast’s younger citizens are working hard to turn their city into an exciting place to live and work, with designers shops, world-class restaurants and a nightlife that gives Dublin a run for its money.

Despite this positive, forward-thinking attitude, Ireland’s second-largest city does not hide from its past, and West Belfast’s famous political murals have become a popular stop for visitors to the city. But they are just that – one stop on a tour which takes in centuries of history with fascinating museums, impressive architecture, peaceful gardens and much more.

Book a Belfast bed and breakfastAs the birthplace of the Titanic, Belfast has been and remains a centre of industry and commerce. However, the city also boasts a thriving cultural scene whose calendar of events includes the UK’s second largest arts festival, held every October in and around Queen’s University.

As well as being a great destination for a city break, Belfast provides the perfect starting-off point for exploring Northern Ireland’s rural delights and scenic splendours.

Belfast B&B Sleepy Cedars

Offering a warm welcome and great value for money, Sleepy Cedars is a bright and modern B&B set in a restored Victorian townhouse at the foot of Cave Hill, close to the centre of Belfast. The well-appointed rooms are light and spacious and equipped with TV, DVD, free WiFi and complimentary tea and coffee. A tasty homemade continental breakfast is served daily and is included in the rates.

Book Belfast bed and breakfast Sleepy Cedars

Read our full guide to Belfast including things to do in and around Belfast, Belfast events and Belfast B&Bs at


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