Sleepy Cedar’s B&B secret gems are as follows

  • The Lock Keepers Inn – take a stroll along Belfast’s River Lagan and stop off for coffee and a treat at the Lock Keeper’s Inn – a world away from the city, in the city!
  • The John Hewitt Bar – Located in Belfast’s Cathedral Quarter and named after John Hewitt, the late poet, socialist and Freeman of Belfast, The John Hewitt Bar is a great place for a good pint of beer, especially on Friday’s nights when The Panama Jazz Band, The John Hewitt’s longest resident band create an electric atmosphere.
  • The Quad at Queen’s University – sit and enjoy a read or a coffee right in the centre of this old Victorian University.
  • Cave Hill – The climb up or down Cave Hill and picking wild raspberries and strawberries in the summer.
  • Lady Dixon Rose Week – Strolling among the thousands of roses in Lady Dixon Park in summer smelling the sweet smells of thousands of roses.
  • Belfast Baps – buying a fresh Belfast bap and enjoying it with thick Irish butter and a cup of great hot cup of tea…  a real Belfast treat.
  • Breakfast at Sleepy Cedars B&B! – enjoy our delicious homemade soda, treacle and wheaten breads along with other delights.