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The Great Room Restaurant

The Great Room Restaurant

A sumptuous space evoking effortless and timeless grandeur, situated in the former main Banking Hall of the building. A more fitting setting for the gastronomic delights prepared daily for discerning guests could not be imagined.

Merchant Hotel Belfast

Merchant Hotel Belfast

The Merchant Hotel offers unrivalled service in a luxurious, beautifully appointed and historically significant building.

MClub Belfast

MClub Belfast

Hosting one of the most central locations in the mecca of Belfast’s golden mile MClub is one of Northern Ireland’s premier clubbing venues. Established over 18 years MClub remains at the top end of providing quality entertainment and hospitality in luxury surroundings.

Four Winds Belfast

Four Winds Belfast

The Four Winds, a modern style building with large panoramic windows overlooking the Belfast Hills. Set in its own landscaped grounds, with ample parking facilities, The Four Winds offers four venues for all occasions. From the Wine Bar to the Lounge Bar on the ground floor then up the sweeping staircase or ascend in the glass elevator to Grill Restaurant and The Private Dining Room.

Belfast Empire Music Hall

Belfast Empire Music Hall

This 19th century converted church is now home to a hugely popular comedy night and regular live gigs.

The basement bar serves great value food and, at night, becomes a hive of activity for beer connoisseurs. From Sept-June, Belfast’s longest running comedy club attracts top acts attempting to win over one of the toughest audiences on the circuit.

Cutters Wharf

Cutters Wharf

The perfect place to enjoy a riverside soirée with friends, family or business partners. River Lagan Towpath walkers should take advantage of its prime location to rest their weary feet midway on their journey & perhaps enjoy a bite of lunch before setting off again.

Robinsons Bars Belfast

Robinsons Bars Belfast

Robinsons Bars is one of Belfast ‘s most renowned establishments, Established in 1895, Robinson’s houses five very different venues in one large Victorian building.

The Crown Bar Belfast

The Crown Bar Belfast

The Crown Liquor Saloon in Great Victoria Street, Belfast was perhaps the greatest of Victorian Gin Palaces which once flourished in the industrial cities of Britain. Today wonderfully preserved, the Crown is cherished and still well used as a place to eat and drink in Belfast.

St George’s Market Belfast

St George’s Market Belfast

One of the top five UK markets. St George’s Market is one of Belfast’s oldest attractions. It was built between 1890 and 1896 and still maintains its status today as one of the best markets in the UK and Ireland.

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Downpatrick Town

We flew our drone over Downpatrick town and captured a couple of aerial 360° photographs. Look out for the marker points in the aerial virtual tours, some of which will allow you to jump from the sky down into some of the various visitor attractions found in the town.

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