Fabulous lovely bright bedroom in beautify restored Victorian property. The room has a double bed , wardrobe, drawers and tea making facilities. Warm and clean this is the best room! The bathroom is next to the bedroom and shared with other guests. It has a large Victorian roll top bath, walk in power shower with toilet and sink.
This is a lovely spacious room which was redecorated to a very high standard for your comfort and enjoyment. The bed has four pillows of different firmness and all the sheets are white cotton. The room has central heating and is double glazed. There are three big windows and the curtains are silk lined with blackout fabric. I call this the room with Thrones!
There are two separate walk-in showers on each floor and toilets on each floor.
Interaction with guests
I leave it up to guests to decide. I am always available and willing to help with organising taxis or trips on where to go.
Other things to note
The room is spacious with a comfortable new double bed. There are two thrones and a coffee table. Provide are complementary tea making facilities in the room. The room was recently decorated and is a Victorian ochre colour with silk curtains and antique parquet flooring and has high ceilings.
This Victorian building is well designed as it was built especially for the bank with suitable accommodation for the manager and his family as their home in 1893. In those days the Bank Manager was an important position and the accommodation provided was of a very high standard, spacious and comfortable by the standards of the day. The bank manager and his family occupied the premises from 1893 onwards. Records show they had a live-in domestic servant. The bank commissioned the architect Vincent Craig who was the younger brother of the first Prime Minister of Northern Ireland. The building was constructed by H&J Martin who later went on to build the Belfast City Hall. Today there are no servants! You are invited to stay and experience a little of what the bank manager and his family experienced over 120 years ago!
After the bank abandoned the building during the recession it lay empty and neglected for a number of years going steadily into decline. Thankfully it has now been totally refurbished and and improved and has once again returned to its original use as a family home.
Food is not allowed in the bedroom. There is a reception area on the ground floor where food may be consumed.
The shared bathroom is large and has a power shower, sink, WC and the original Victorian roll top bath. There are two additional separate toilets on the next floor also.
You must have verified ID on your airbnb profile before making a reservation, no exceptions. No smoking indoors anywhere and no food in the rooms. A maximum of two people in this room. No other guests are permitted in the room apart from the guests booked in. Any damage/accidents/spillage will be deducted from the £300 deposit.
Guests are advised to obtain their own insurance in case of accidents , personal injury or loss or damage to property. No responsibility is accepted by the host for any losses , damage or personal injury sustained by any uninsured guests during their stay. By making your booking you agree to these terms and conditions.
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I like to travel abroad and I also spend a great deal of time in London and Ireland. My interest is in conservation and interior design and art. My friends who have stayed with me have encouraged me to open up my home to visitors and share my space.
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