Rooms & Rates

The Old Rectory Guest House

Malone

Double En-suite

The name Malone in Irish is Maigh Luain, meaning Luan’s plain or meadow of the lambs.

This double en-suite room is located on the ground floor (for disabled access) and overlooks the garden to the rear of the house. It has a king size bed (5’x 6’6”) and a double sized shower.  There is a comfortable sofa (with fully sprung mattress for conversion to single bed) and writing desk.

 

  • Double Bed
  • 95 - Double
  • 132 - Triple

Myrtlefield

Double En-suite

Nearby Myrtlefield park is the site where one of the Stewart family built a gentleman’s residence and named it for his wife,  Myrtle.

This double en-suite room is located on the first floor and has views of the Belfast Mountains. It has a king size bed (5’x 6’6”) with a bath and shower in the en-suite.  There is a comfortable sofa (with fully sprung mattress for conversion to single bed) and writing desk.

 

  • Double Bed
  • 95 - Double
  • 132 - Triple

Deramore

Double

Nearby Deramore Park, which in Irish is Pairc Dhoire Mor, means the Great Oak Wood. 

This room is located on the 1st floor. It is a double room with private bathroom (the bathroom is adjacent to the bedroom and is not shared with anyone else, bathrobes are provided).  The bed is a 4’6” x 6’ 6” double bed and the bathroom has a double shower. There is a comfortable armchair and writing desk.

  • Double Bed
  • 52 - Single
  • 85 - Double

Newforge

Double En-suite

Nearby Newforge lane was the site of an early iron works in 1630, which in the 1700 also became a bleach works/green.

This double en-suite room is located on the first floor and overlooks the garden to the rear of the house. It has a super king size bed (5’6” x 6’6”), with a bath and shower in the en-suite.  There is a comfortable sofa and writing desk.

  • Double Bed
  • 95 - Double
  • Ensuite

Maryville

Single

Nearby Maryville Park, was where the Wilson family had a small estate called Maryville. Tradition says it was at Cranmore, beside Maryville, that King William rested when on his way to Belfast in 1690 and the tree where his horse was tied is still to be seen.

This room is located on the 1st floor, with views of the Belfast Mountains. It is a single room with private bathroom (the bathroom is adjacent to the bedroom and is not shared with anyone else, bathrobes are provided). The bed is a generous single (3’6” x 6’6”) and the wood panelled bathroom has a large shower. There is a comfortable armchair and writing desk.

  • Single Bed
  • £52 - Single
  • Private Bathroom

Belvedere

Twin Ensuite

Nearby Belvedere Park, Pairc Belvedere in Irish, was home to an estate located in the old townland of Malone Lower.

This room is located on the 2nd floor with views of the Belfast Mountains.  It is a twin en-suite room, the generous single beds are 3’6” x 6’6” and the bathroom has a double shower.  There is a comfortable sofa and writing desk.

 

  • Twin
  • 62 - Single
  • 88 - Twin

Bladon

Twin En-suite

Nearby Bladon Park, in Irish Pairc Bladon, was where a small estate was located. It was named for a village in Oxfordshire on the River Glyme, which is notable as the burial place of Sir Winston Churchill.

It is a small twin en-suite room with single beds and a writing desk, the bathroom has a double shower.

  • Twin
  • 62 - Single
  • 88 - Twin

Amenities

Guests at Old Rectory Guesthouse can benefit from:
  • Free wifi
  • Free off-street car parking
  • Close proximity to US Consulate/American Embassy
  • Queen’s University & Stranmillis University College
  • Kings Hall Exhibition & Conference Centre
  • Supper menu
  • Flat screen televisions in all rooms
  • All rooms have ensuite or private bathrooms
  • Daily local newspapers
  • Books and magazines in rooms
  • Toiletries
  • Hairdryer
  • Iron Available
  • Alarm/clock radio
  • Concierge service for information and tour/restaurant bookings providing recommendations and tips
  • Tea/coffee/hot chocolate & biscuits in room
  • Jugs of fresh milk and carafes of chilled filtered water

T&Cs

At busy times of the year a 2 night minimum stay policy applies at weekends.

Booking Terms:
To confirm your reservation we require credit/ debit card details to guarantee the booking. We validate the card but do not charge it.

Payment Options:
We accept sterling cash and euros. Unfortunately, as we are a small business, we do not accept credit/ debit cards for payment of the account, only for guarantee.

Cancellation Policy:
Old Rectory Guesthouse has a full 5 day cancellation policy and all cancellations must be in writing/email. In the event of late cancellation/non-arrival/no-show a one night charge will be incurred. We always endeavour to re-sell late-cancelled accommodation and we also allow credit of 50% of the cancellation fee against any future re-booking, within 6 months.

Check-in:
Please advise us of your arrival time by email – info@anoldrectory.co.uk to ensure we are here to greet you. Morning arrivals can check-in/drop off luggage so you can begin to explore Belfast. As there is usually no one in the guest house between the hours of 1 – 4pm, arrival during these hours, is by arrangement only.

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