The Old Rectory Guesthouse is a Northern Ireland Tourist Board registered 4* establishment.
We offer a varied breakfast and supper menu with a good selection of vegetarian and gluten free options.
The Old Rectory Guesthouse was built in 1896 for Rev Richard Seaver, minister of St John’s Malone and brother of the architect of St John’s Church and the Rectory, Henry Seaver, both buildings have beautiful stained glass windows. The area is now a leafy residential suburb of Belfast with views of Divis mountain.
The Old Rectory Guesthouse is a Northern Ireland Tourist Board registered 4* establishment and past winner of Aga-Rayburn Best Breakfast Award and we are members of Belfast Visitor & Convention Bureau & Northern Ireland Tourist Board. Our Guesthouse has been recommended in Michelin Accommodation Guide, |Lonely Planet, Georgina Campbells Jameson Guide, Fodor’s Ireland, Rick Steven’s Ireland, Stillwell Bed & Breakfast Guide, Sullivan’s -Irish Bed and Breakfast Guide, Bridgestone Guide and Dillard & Causin – Bed & Breakfast Ireland. Old Rectory Guesthouse is located 1 ½ miles from Belfast city centre, 1 ¼ miles from Queen’s University Belfast, 1 ½miles from Stranmillis College, with it’s many bars and restaurants, 7-10 minute walk to US Consulate/American Embassy, 1 ¼ miles/15 minute walk from Kings Hall Exhibition & Conference Centre, ¾ mile from Queen’s University Belfast Agri Food & Land Use and 2 miles from the newly rebuilt Lyric Theatre and Grand Opera House.