Old Rectory is an excellent choice for travellers visiting Belfast, offering a romantic environment alongside many helpful amenities designed to enhance your stay.
Close to some of Belfast's most popular landmarks, such as Kingspan Stadium (2.1 mi) and Grand Opera House (2.1 mi), Old Rectory is a great destination for tourists.
Free wifi is offered to guests, and rooms at Old Rectory offer a flat screen TV.
Guests of Old Rectory are also welcome to enjoy free breakfast, located on site. For travellers arriving by car, free parking is available.
If you’re looking for a steakhouse, consider a visit to Stix and Stones, Solo Restaurant + Bar, or Brooklyn SQ, which are all conveniently located a short distance from Old Rectory.
There is no shortage of things to do in the area: explore popular art museums such as Ulster Museum, The Naughton Gallery, and Red Barn Gallery RBG.
Enjoy your stay in Belfast!
We stayed at the Old Rectory at the start and end of a two week first-time trip to the island of Ireland. The place is beautifully kept and furnished with just the right combination of comfort, thoughtfulness, historical accuracy and informality. The hosts Gerry and Mary are extremely obliging and generous in their hospitality, offering for example a hot toddy to enjoy in front of the fire when we returned home one cold November night. They find a perfect balance in interacting with guests, providing advice, information and just having a chat without being intrusive in any way. The breakfasts of course are outstanding, generous and prepared and presented in a way that reflects Gerry's expert background in fine hospitality.
The bedroom was really comfortable, with fluffy towels and tea making facilities that included a teapot and fresh milk. The room was spacious with windows overlooking the garden. The breakfasts were the best I have had anywhere. A great selection of items, cooked to order, to suit all tastes, freshly squeezed orange juice and home made breads. Great location, on a direct bus route to the city centre, in a quiet and leafy suburb. Walking distance to the Lisburn Road with a range of restaurants. Excellent value for money.
My purpose of visiting Belfast was to attend the Ulster Independent Clinic which is but a ten minute walk away from The Old Rectory. Set back from the busy Malone Road it provides easy access to the bus route into the City Centre. There is plenty of off road parking space. The Proprietor, Gerry Rosato, is most welcoming and will provide you with comfortable accommodation with good ensuite facilities. Breakfast is a very personal thing, cooked especially for you. Word of warning. If you opt for the Ulster breakfast, consider how hungry you are and discuss your needs with Gerry. I had the Little Ulster and struggled to finish, it was huge. I enjoyed my two night stay. Thank you, Gerry
We stayed at the old rectory last weekend. We were made to feel very welcome. It’s a beautiful house. As the weather was beautiful and warm the windows had been opened and blinds pulled down to keep the room cool. There was also a fan available. Very thoughtful. The breakfast was amazing with home made yoghurt and breads. The small Ulster fry was huge! Hopefully we will get a chance to stay again.
I stayed at Old Rectory, Belfast on 3rd June. This is not my first visit, it never fails to impress, the house is full of character, it is so homely and pretty and I feel pampered when I stay. The attention to detail is excellent. There is everything you could possibly require, in the bedrooms/bathrooms: magazines, tea & coffee making facilities, TV, radio clock alarm etc. Gerry and Mary provide a warm welcome and are eager to make your visit pleasant. They have updated their premises, in keeping with up to date, Covid regulations, it feels very safe. The dining room is characterful withTartan detail and linen table cloths and pats of butter, with R for Rectory on them, lovely background music and other nice finishing touches. The breakfasts are amazing, Gerry makes his own selection of homemade breads and the wide choice of breakfasts is impressive, something for everyone. The residence is less than five minutes in a taxi or a fifteen to twenty minute walk from a number of good restaurants, bars and shops. I would definitely recommend Old Rectory, Belfast. It is good value for money and is home from home with a bit of luxury thrown in .…