If you are visiting Belfast or Queen's University during the summer, for a day, a weekend or even a week, then an ideal option is to stay in Queens University accommodation.
This year rooms are available as follows:
16 June 1 September 2013
Elms Village student accommodation is close to the University main campus, has 24 hour security and 24 hour Reception cover, therefore, we can accommodate late arrivals and early check-outs.
Elms Village is located approximately 1.5 miles (2 km) from Belfast city centre in a leafy residential area within walking distance of local shops and restaurants.
At the centre of Elms Village is the Treehouse Bar & Restaurant where breakfast is normally served from 7.30am-10am daily. In the Treehouse you will also find a Mace Shop and Deli which is open from 8am-4pm Monday - Friday, an ATM and a coin operated laundry. On site car parking is available (for a small charge) and this should be arranged when booking your accommodation. Free wired internet is available in your room and again this should be arranged when booking.
Accommodation is offered in 1125 single en suite rooms which are simply furnished with a single bed, a desk and chair. The en suite bathroom has a shower; we do not have baths. Rooms are arranged in blocks which are 3 floors high with eleven bedrooms on each floor; please note we do not have lifts; if preferred a ground floor room may be requested when booking.
Each floor has a kitchen which is fully equipped and has a table and benches, tea/coffee making facilities and a soft seating area with a TV.
Local attractions in the area include the Ulster Museum and Botanic Gardens, the Friars Bush Graveyard, The Belfast Queens Quarter, the River Lagan tow path and Queens University Welcome Centre.
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