Staying at Swanston House means you’ll be ideally located for early morning lectures. Walk to Queen’s University in 20 minutes or take the bus and get there in half the time. With secure bike storage facilities onsite, cycle to Ulster University, Belfast Campus in minutes!
After a long day at uni, relax with some retail therapy in Victoria Square or meet some friends for lunch at one of the many tasty cafes nearby. Spend sunny afternoons relaxing in the Titanic Garden, and when it rains explore the city’s history and visit the Titanic Museum and St Anne’s Cathedral close by.
With two room types available, you can opt to live in an en-suite room with a shared kitchen and living area or have your own studio with fitted kitchen. No matter what you decide, the range of common areas and social spaces mean you won’t be short of company. Fancy a break from studying? Watch a movie with friends in the cinema room or take a look at the social calendar and join in on an event.
All bills are included in your rent, and there’s a housekeeping service and laundry onsite too. High speed wi-fi makes it easy to study at the desk in your room, and head to the study room if you prefer working with friends.
Belfast, the capital of Northern Ireland and it’s the largest city too. The city has a population 335,000 people.
There’s a fair amount of culture around the city of Belfast, whether that be spending your time at the Ulster Museum which is open from 10:00 am until 17:00 pm, or at the Irish Republican History Museum or SS Nomadic all of which is great for anyone who is interested in topping up their Northern Irish history!
There are a fair few cinemas in the city and they all come fairly highly recommended, the local Odeon Cinema and Odyssey Cinemas will be the most well-known and the city’s local cinema The Movie House, is a great place to go and watch films too.
Belfast’s nightlife is one of the best for a reason. There are bustling nightclubs in the centre of the city and loads of cool bars and pubs to watch sport, which would be expected with universities like Queen’s University, Belfast and University of Ulster with huge sporting numbers through their variety of teams.
Belfast plays host to a number of different and very cool festivals within the city, one of which is the Belfast Film Festival, which has been going since 1995, the festival has seen a number of films premiered at the festival for directors like Kenneth Branagh and Glenn Leyburn and Lisa Barros D'Sa. The city plays host to the festival every year and has seen some of the cream of British cinema come and start their careers off the back of a number of very cool films.
There’s a tram system that runs through the capital, there are a number of train stations and the city also plays host to two international airports such as Belfast International Airport and the George Best International Airport.
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