Winter is Coming! 9 hour Game of Thrones Tour + Belfast Stay + Breakfast from £59.50pp (Based on Two) @ Travelbird
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Winter is Coming! 9 hour Game of Thrones Tour + Belfast Stay + Breakfast from £59.50pp (Based on Two) @ Travelbird

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Found 25th Sep 2015
Get a 9 hour Game of Thrones Tour + Belfast Stay + Breakfast from £59.50pp staying at the Botanic Rest in Belfast.

Various dates and prices which start from £59.50pp

Experience the Game of Thrones Tour of Northern Locations and the Giant's Causeway with a 1 or 2 night stay in Belfast including a "Breakfast of Kings". Prices start from just £119 for a one night stay, based on 2 people sharing a double room.

Seven, the fourth prime number and also a prime reason to visit the seven locations used in the Game of Thrones series! You’ll catch a glimpse of Castle Black; visit the spot which saw Ned Stark behead a deserter of the Night's Watch; stare down into the caves where Melisandre of Asshai gave birth to a Shadow Assassin; go to Storm’s End and imagine the camp of Renly Baratheon spread out in front of you; tread in the footsteps of Theon Greyjoy as he returned to the Iron Islands; and follow the escape route taken by Arya Stark and Gendry from King’s Landing.

You’ll also pay a visit to the UNESCO-listed Giant’s Causeway and Carrick-A-Rede rope bridge, which while not featured specifically in the series is framed by stunning headline that provides the backdrop for several scenes. Indeed, this spectacular location is worthy of a visit in its own right and you’ll have an hour and half to explore this beautiful area. You’ll have an experienced guide and Game of Thrones enthusiast taking you around these places, and get plenty of information and gossip on the characters and events as you go along! Combined with a one or two night stay at the Botanic Rest hotel in Belfast, this day-long tour of seven of the locations used in the show's Northern scenes will see you cover more ground than Bran Stark on his quest for the three-eyed raven

Note flights are excluded, but should be able to pick them up cheaply from Ryanair, Easy Jet etc
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from belfast it will over a hour to get to the dark hedges, never mind the causeway
A very dark cold unfriendly place where evil lurks in the shadows and danger is around every corner.

Yes, Belfast was the perfect location for Game of Thrones.
Whats the going price for a return flight these days? I guess this is a good deal as I don't think you could get whats on offer cheaper (even if you remove the 9 hour tour!)
Have some heat!
Oh wait - £119 for a one night stay, based on 2 people sharing a double room. Is it me or is that a little on the expensive side?
one night makes no sense, as I am guessing the only way to do it is to fly up the day before, stay in the B+B, then do the tour, but you wont be able to leave anything in the room, and you will have to somehow work out the flights for really late at night, and after 9 hours the last thing you will want to do is a Airport
you'll need a couple of full days minimum to see the best bits, I've just returned from staying in Glenarm and drove around visiting the sites, unfortunately most weren't accessible as they were filming the new series and security is tight! apparently the best time to go is when the new series is starting as they have a break from filming. and its true it takes ages to get around to the sites especially if you're based in Belfast!
Double room, perfect for a romantic night away with your sister!
davidbrent

A very dark cold unfriendly place where evil lurks in the shadows and … A very dark cold unfriendly place where evil lurks in the shadows and danger is around every corner. Yes, Belfast was the perfect location for Game of Thrones.



That's a bit unfair, we're not unfriendly. Everything else is isn't far off though ☺
Having visited most of those sites (sights?) on a driving tour around Northern Ireland, only the Dark Hedges looks like it did on the show and is genuinely impressive. Most were transformed for several weeks whilst they filmed for a few days and then derigged. The area has properly jumped on the attraction though; you can't move without something GoT themed being attached to it.

We did see Ben Crompton (Eddison Tollett of the Night's Watch) outside a restaurant in Belfast. That was nifty.
Whatever u do dont park ur car out of sight.
Theres nothing really worth seeing in belfast but in summer beaches are good. And police land rovers are class
iibdii

Whatever u do dont park ur car out of sight.Theres nothing really worth … Whatever u do dont park ur car out of sight.Theres nothing really worth seeing in belfast but in summer beaches are good. And police land rovers are class



​Lol, you've definitely never been to NI. So much wrong in this post.
figurine

​Lol, you've definitely never been to NI. So much wrong in this post.



Yeah, he seems to think Belfast has summer and beaches
Edited by: "klabnix" 29th Sep 2015
Never heard of Botanic Rest?
not a hotel anyways , presume its a crappy B&B in the holylands

Edit : i know that one , used to be a knocking shop many years ago , it is a B&B but right in the heart of the nightlife for that area , also beside the train station.
Edited by: "steviep23" 19th Oct 2015
If someone asks your religion, say you're a bhuddist.
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Some bloody harsh comments on Northern Ireland and pareticularly Belfast, based on a stereotype best suited in the 80s, I am 34 and work in Belfast and until recent years frequented Belfast nearly every weekend. I can honestly say I have never been shot at, asked what my religion is (apart from Government surveys), been kneecapped, been approcahed by a guy in a baliclava, been stopped by the poilce or chased by people in green or orange sashes etc in my entire time living here and being a Northern Irelander.

However I have been to Liverpool twice and was on the receiving end of an attempted mugging (he attempted to hold me up with a plastic knife and I told him to **** off) on one occasion and got head butted by a drunken skinhead on the other occasion. I would always suggested to anyone who hasn't been over here recently to come, its a place for a getwaway, all be it a short one. Yes the weather is unpredictable but you will recieve a warm welcome in most places you go, you will also get a decent pink of Guinness, somethign which seems rare on the mainland.
Edited by: "Donkii" 19th Oct 2015
I love Belfast, infact, give me Belfast over Dublin any day. The people were so much more friendly, happy to chat and spend time with you. I'll never forget a local taxi driver in Belfast who overheard me saying something similar who commented to me "we love tourists in Belfast, we just can't stand one another". Just planning my birthday for a few days in Belfast.... And you can get this deal far cheaper by putting it together yourself....
Edited by: "rachelandgromit" 19th Oct 2015
Siilver

from belfast it will over a hour to get to the dark hedges, never mind … from belfast it will over a hour to get to the dark hedges, never mind the causeway



20mins by car from the dark hedges to the Giants causeway
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