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Has upmarket shower etc in bathroom but some broken bits let them down and a bit skimp on toiletries/coffee etc in room
Otherwise nice and friendly, 6 minute walk to Balmoral for handy train to Central Belfast or ideal for Kings Hall etc. On bus...More
The Kings Lodge run by Melvyn is one of the finest B&Bs I have had the good fortune to stay in. A hearty breakfast, to start the day and a cosy room with excellent en suite facilities to end the day. He even provided a...More
Having travelled up from Cork we had been touring around Letterkenny and Derry and booked 2 nights last minute via laterooms.com. We arrived to a warm friendly welcome from the host. The room was extremely spacious and spotless, the bed was so comfortable and the...More
Booked the King's Lodge for a gig weekend. Lovely small hotel situated on a great bus route into the City. Host very accommodating and friendly. Wonderful breakfast. If ever back in Belfast I will not hesitate to stay here.
stayed in the titanic suite of this b&b, very clean, good location, close to bus route
Car park available out front, great breakfast and our friendly host even did our laundry which was a real bonus since we were on a 4 week trek.
About 20 mins by car when the roads are clear. Those roads can be pretty busy round rush hour. According to the ni assembly site there's a few buses that stop there. There's a bus stop really close to kings lodge. It says... More
About 20 mins by car when the roads are clear. Those roads can be pretty busy round rush hour. According to the ni assembly site there's a few buses that stop there. There's a bus stop really close to kings lodge. It says the 20A, 23 and 29. Might need a different one in to the city centre to get one of those buses to storming estate. Hope that helps!
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"Wide doors throughout in case you are in a wheelchair"