About Bell-lu Guest House
Bell-lu Guest House is situated opposite an evergreen park in the historical Memorial Road area within close proximity to the city centre and many historical sites, such as the McGregor Museum, Dunluce, Rudd House and the Honoured Dead Memorial.
We offer comfortable bed and breakfast accommodation in quiet surroundings. Spacious, en-suite bedrooms with fridge, tea and coffee facilities, secure off-street parking and a 5 star breakfast.
Kimberly's activities and features are a stone's throw from the guest house.
Bell-lu Guest House Rooms
Reviews for Bell-lu Guest House7 guest reviews Reviews of
4 out of 5 stars
We received a very friendly reception from Betsie and her family and enjoyed our two-night stay in the comfortable rooms. Thank you.
Betsie was friendly and made us feel very welcome. All our needs were met with what the rooms offered. The breakfast was lovely.
The guest house is a nice place, with a very friendly hostess. The rooms were just extremely hot, maybe an air-conditioner?
Warm welcome and very helpful and pleasant people. Room was good - spacious and comfy, but it needed air-conditioning. A good location. Very convenient and in a very pleasant area. Would recommend it.
Great place with wonderful breakfast. Fantastic hosts.
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