Titanic Adelaide Avenue

Belfast's Lisburn Road is teaming with high end boutiques, cafe's and cocktail bars. TheProperty has 5 double bedrooms and just around the corner from Adelaide train station. How handy is that?


What guests say...

Booking.com award for excellence. Awarded to Titanic serviced accommodation

Aaron , (GB)

10/ 10

"Great location, parking close by. Train station across the road 50 yards away. 5mins to Lisburn Road and eating places. Great, large and exceptionally clean property. Double bed in each room. Would definitely recommend and stay again".

Vanessa , (IE)

10/ 10

Absolutely wonderful everything and more!!

The house was absolutely spotless everything that we thought of was there. Great location and perfect for what we were looking for. We will come and stay again here

Meg (IE)

5 Stars,

"Fab property, nice cosy premises with a homely feel".

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On your door step

Windsor Park Stadium

Windsor park stadium close to Titanic Adelaide Avenue

Windsor Park is home to the Northern Ireland soccer Team. It is also a popular venue for other sporting events such as boxing tournaments.The stadium was re-developed in 2016 and now has a capacity of 18,000 seats.

The Lisburn Road

Lisburn Road, At the top od Titanic Adelaide Avenue, Titanic serviced accommodation, TSA

From the bottom to the top the Lisburn Road is one of Belfast's busiest areas home to the Queens students union bar, The City Hospital, countless restaurants, high end boutiques and independent retailers. Eat, drink, shop..it's all here.

Queens University Belfast


Originally founded in 1810 and one of the 10 oldest universities. The campus is spread over many streets and is home to around 24,000 students.

The Ulster Museum

The Ulster Museum, Close to Titanic Adelaide Avenue,  Titanic serviced accommodation Belfast, TSA

As Northern Ireland's treasure house of the past and the present, the Ulster Museum is home to a rich collection of art, history and natural sciences and is free to all visitors. 

The Rise sculpture


An iconic Belfast land mark this wire sculpture can be seen for miles. 40ft high and made up of 2000 steel tubes  representing welcome and unity. Fondly referred to as the "Balls on the Falls".

Titanic Adelaide Avenue

41 Adelaide Avenue, Belfast, Belfast, BT97EY, United Kingdom