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Myself my mum and my boyfriend had arrive today for lunch and a drink in the bar. The bar man was very kind and said we could have the bistro menu in the bar. The food came and it had no taste what so ever...More
We went for lunch to the Ivanhoe - my husband had the roast beef which was dry and tough. I had the turkey and ham. Both were stringy and the stuffing was wet and gloppy. Our friends had fish which they seemed to enjoy. We...More
Staying at the Ivanhoe for 2 night
Lovely location reasonably close to main part of Belfast & near Titanic attraction
Pleasant staff with spacious rooms
Attractive room rate
Plenty of parking space
Great bar & restaurant
Woeful kettle for making our coffee
We were efficiently booked in and found our room. The room was clean and comfortable and had the usual courtesy tray. The bathroom was in good order. The menu for the evening meal was a bit restricted in my view but the food was very...More
We called in on Friday night for dinner, lovely place and beautiful decor, we were seated and given menu's, a waitress approached and we asked her about the steaks for £40, her arrogant attitude was terrible, when I asked about the pepper sauce with steaks...More
Response from Audrey062 | Reviewed this property |
It is only a small family hotel and unlikely to run trips. But it is on a main road into Belfast and there are lots of tours run from the city centre. It is also on the bus route out into County Down - places like... More
It is only a small family hotel and unlikely to run trips. But it is on a main road into Belfast and there are lots of tours run from the city centre. It is also on the bus route out into County Down - places like Downpatrick, Newcastle and the Mountains of Mourne.