Do you own a static caravan near Belfast that you would like to rent it out to holidaymakers? If so, why not register it on one of the best caravan portals on the web – Rent My Caravan. Currently we don’t have any holiday caravans listed in or around Belfast so why not be the first? Registration is free so you have absolutely nothing to lose and a lot to gain.
Belfast in Northern Ireland is now one of the safest cities in the world. With a rich, colourful history, tourists find that the locals are friendly and if they are visiting from England there is no problem with language or having to change currency. Situated on the Belfast Loch, within easy walking distance of the city squares, holidaymakers can see that this once troubled city is now a place of peace and rejuvenation; welcoming visitors and offering good value for money as well as excellent visitor attractions.
So many things to do and places to see
In the Falls Road and Shankill areas the political street murals which appeared on the news reports during the past conflicts are now preserved and form part of the two hour open-topped bus tour of the city. This reasonably priced tour, complete with informative guide, visits all the major sights and is an excellent way to get a good overview of the history and layout of this historical city.
Belfast has a strong maritime history with the famous ill-fated Titanic built in the Harland and Wolf shipyard. There is a centre for living history and varied recreational facilities being developed in an area called the Titanic Quarter. Within walking distance are theatres, cinemas and assorted eateries to enjoy; and if the weather is wet the W5 Science Centre is well worth a visit.
Many of the old impressive buildings have been preserved and used as recreational areas with the beautiful City Hall, in the centre of Belfast, taking pride of place in a lawned square which is surrounded by shopping areas. There are plenty of high end boutiques to tempt followers of fashion but for those looking for the opportunity to sample the famous Irish hospitality, a visit to the old Cathedral Quarter is a must. There is the Vaudeville Café, an old converted banking hall complete with mirrored walls and chandeliers. Within this building can be found excellent food, bars and live music.
Plenty of cheap and lively bars
For good value food and drink tourists can visit the University district where there are plenty of cheap and lively bars and food outlets. The University was founded in 1862 and nearby are the Botanic Gardens and the Palm House which are open to the public. In the Botanic Gardens is the Ulster Museum which provides another insight into the history and life of Belfast over the years, with a very good display about the valuable linen industry on which Belfast thrived.
Lagan River Tour
If time allows visitors might consider a Lagan River tour; there are various tours available and this is a different way to appreciate the maritime history of Belfast, with knowledgeable tour guides informing visitors of the facts surrounding the sights along the waterway; a pleasant, relaxing yet educational way to spend an afternoon whilst visiting the city.
Belfast is served by two airports offering frequent cheap flights, and transport routes into the city centre from these are good. This Irish gem has long been overlooked as a city break and holiday destination because of the troubles decades ago, but is now the second safest city after Tokyo for travellers to visit.
Caravan rentals direct from owner
Having provided you with the reasons why many people choose Northern Ireland, and near Belfast particularly, for short breaks and holidays you can see that we are passionate about the positives in life. We provide you with your own web page to which you can upload photos of your static caravan near Belfast or indeed anywhere else in the country; as well as a bookings calendar to keep track of reservations.
You place your own description on the page and we suggest you provide as much information as possible, packed with interesting information not only about the holiday home but also attractions in the local area (you can steal some from this blog if you wish) and what facilities are provided on the holiday park where the van is located.
People wanting to rent your caravan book direct with you so make sure you enter your contact details. We look forward to seeing your static caravan near Belfast on Rent My Caravan soon – remember it’s free.