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Camera House
44 Wellington Park
Belfast
Belfast

BT9 6DP
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Camera guest house is an authentic 18th century Victorian building situated in the leafy suburbs of South Belfast. It takes its name from the many photographers who stayed with us through-out the ムtroublesメ in the 70メs and 80メs in order to avoid the bomb threats in the bigger hotels. We are a family run guest house located in Belfast, which provides an ideal base for leisure and business visitors and offers a warm welcome. Camera guest house is located within walking distance of the city centre and close to all public transport routes. We are in an area which plays host to a variety of restaurants, cafes, pubs and shops on the Malone road and Lisburn roads, situated in picturesque surroundings and close to the beautiful Botanic Gardens, Queenメs University, the American Embassy, the public Records Office and other places in interest. At Camera Guest House we can arrange a variety of tours and recommend the famous Black taxi tours of Belfast. Itメs a fun, friendly and educational tour from the local guides who will charm you with local stories. Tours can take in the City Centre, through the Shipyards to see where the Titanic was built, to the political districts before seeing the elegant University Quarter and the Ulster Museum. You can also spend memorable days on the coastal tour which takes you to carrickfergus Castle, Carrick-a-Rede, Bushmills Whiskey Distillery and the Giants Causeway. All the marvelling at the breath-taking views and the delights of the Antrim coast.

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