Beechlawn House Hotel3.0 out of 5.0
Recent guest reviews
Went here with a large family group (booked months in advance) for a St Stephen’s day meal. We were seated promptly at overflow tables in reception and a drinks order was taken. Then things started to go wrong. Drinks arrived with no glasses. Jugs of juice for the kids. No glasses. Called a waiter and he asked how many glasses would we need. I suggested that a glass each but he said they were in the dishwasher. We waited 90 mins for starters and another 90 for mains. My 5 year old asked a waitress for ice cream and she just plonked a portion of chips down in front of him and told him to eat them instead. he is only a kid! Very rude and inconsiderate given the service was clearly appalling Complaints to manager were met with a vaguely sympathetic response but it seemed the kitchen was simply overwhelmed and there was nothing to be done. We did not pay additional to the deposit that was already paid - despite them trying to charge extra for the appalling experience. If anyone is still interested the food when it did arrive wasn’t that bad but the experience was the worst I have ever endured in any hotel. I can only conclude that the hotel overbooked the restaurant in a cynical money making exercise and therefore they deserve every bad review they will no doubt get. And to top it off there was a car park brawl going on when we were leaving (at 6.30pm). What a dump. Stay classy Belfast!
Me and my family had a booking for 4pm on Boxing Day for 10 people. When we arrived they tried to fool us into thinking we had booked for 4.30 so was sent to the bar. It was a complete DISGRACE! You should be ashamed of yourselves, it was complete GREED taking that many bookings whenever you clearly couldn’t handle it. We got brought to a table for 8 people at 4:45 then got moved to a table for 10 in a random room with no other tables. Got told we couldn’t make an order for 20 minutes because the kitchen couldn’t handle it. Got FREEZING starters at 5:50pm while my 2 young nephews( a 4 and 7 year old) sat there with no food. Complained to staff at least 4 times and ended up walking out at half 6 still with no food for the kids and only having a freezing starter. Il be telling all family and friends to stay far far farrr away from this place! I’ve never seen anything like it. ABSOLUTE SHAMBLES! Staff were agreeing saying it was awful and every single table was complaining! I have never seen tables set up infront of the reception area before, shows the greed to try and get people’s money instead of caring about the service and reputation! AVOID this place or you’l only end up with a similar experience!
Been here loads of times usually excellent but boxing day was a disaster. Arrived at 3.30 for pre booked dinner got our starters at 4 ish, still not served main course at 6.30. People were walking out all over the place disgusted at the shambles waitress could do nothing but apologise but the menu was too big for the kitchen to cope. Also the music was far far too loud I could not hear myself think
Stayed 22nd December for work function nice help full greeting went to my room and was genuinely blown away at the high spec off the room very plush and luxurious.and a great shower and bathroom.Went for function dinner and was very happy with my steak dinner.Next morning had my complementary full Irish breakfast very tasty and well presented staff were great would definitely recommend The Beechlawn to anyone
My friends were raving about the food. It was very busy and the staff attentive and quick. Two courses of garlic mushrooms and turkey dinner was £12.95. The sprouts were hard and the taste average. But finding a 2 inch length of plastic covering ruined it for me. The waiter alerted the chef and we left soon afterwards.
The wife and I recently held our 30th wedding anniversary reception at the hotel. And let me tell you something they were amazing. I was under real pressure with having to arrange a lot of people that were travelling to the event. So I had to make changes all the time. They could not have been more helpful, Karen bent over backwards, she was fabulous, I just can not thank her enough. Well you should have seen how the place was laid out and decorated. I was in shock, it was amazing. I have been to a lot of weddings recently around Northern Ireland and Belfast. To hotels that are supposed to be a better class and better grade. And let me tell you the Beechlawn House Hotel Decoration and set up of the tables and everything for the reception was AMAZING. It beat all the setup and decoration that all the other hotels that are supposed to be of a better grade hands down. I know for certain that the other hotels charged a huge amount of money for what they provided. But the Beechlawns provided a much better service, much better decor and everything at a way way cheaper price. Oh and another thing the food. IT WAS BRILLIANT!! Let me tell you for absolute sure. If you are looking for a venue for your wedding reception, then you would be absolutely out of your mind to use any other hotel that is supposed to be of a better grade. Because you will pay through the nose, your guests will get fleeced at the bar. But if you use the Beechlawns that will not happen. They have been doing some improvements to the hotel and the rooms. And they are making a very very good job of it. The staff at the hotel were brilliant, they were easy to talk to, and just could not do enough for you.... Thank you Beechlawns when my family members come to Belfast to visit it will be your hotel they will be staying at..
Myself and partner where traveling through Belfast and needed a quick overnight room which was low on price, but offered something modern. Upon arrival we walked into what appeared to be the dinning room inside the reception, which was such a peculiar layout for a hotel. I have never seen such a set-up. When we arrived, we checked in, and were greeted kindly by a women at the reception. We checked in with a problem and then headed on up to our room. We were not sure what to think about our room, but when we opened it we found it very small and cozy, but if its for 75 pound for two people then we can't really complain. The hotel is in a stage of revamping, and renovation.Our room was newly renovated and modern, and we had a satisfactory's night sleep. There was a party going on down stairs so the music billowed through the wall until about 12:30 in the morning, but it stopped by the appointed our. The next morning we were given a free' full-Irish breakfast which was included in the overall price of the hotel room. If i was back in Belfast, and needed something affordable and comfortable then i would pick this hotel for an overnight stay.
Haven’t been in this restaurant since it had new owners, pretty much everything is the same, it was busier than usual.. we had booked a table last minute.. food was lovely although my mum got the goujons and couldn’t finish them as they were too greasy.. kids enjoyed their meals.. not over priced either.. would return for another meal
I cannot urge people enough to not book into this hotel.. i had booked in on my wedding night for an early check in 2am on a saturday when i was greeted with an empty reception, when i called the night porter i was greeted with a guy coming from the bar behind me and was one of the rudest people ive ever met in my life .. until i met his colleague .. they both insisted i didnt have a reservation or any such agreement until after almost 10 minutes of me searching through my phone i found the email .. he didnt have much to say to that and i was then presented keys by what i found out the next morning was the manager who had came in after my encounter with these men.. to say i was infuriated was an understatement.. i didnt even have the breakfast the next day i couldnt stand to be in the horrible place any longer ... so unless you dont care about customer care and enjoy being treated like a liar then by all means book in .. if your like the general population and expect a bit of common decency at the very least when your paying 74 pound .. then id say stay as far away from this "hotel" as you possibly can
We were attending a wedding in the hotel which was amazing. Food, service, etc fantastic... However the hotel rooms would be more like a motel. Very dated and grubby looking furniture. No bedside table. Everytime you put on the tap it made such a noise. The toilet handle was hanging off. There were no complimentary toiletries. One of the cups had been used before we got into our room. It really was a big let down and not worth the price. The bathroom. Had mould in the tiles and along the bath. A bit of mould cleaner would lift it. Was very dissatisfied with the room but the wedding was amazing.
- Free breakfast
- Free WiFi in rooms and public areas
- Free parking
- Onsite dining
Located in Dunmurry within a mile (2 km) of Dunmurry Golf Club, Beechlawn House Hotel is within 2 miles (3 km) of Sir Thomas and Lady Dixon Park. This 3-star hotel has 42 guestrooms and offers conveniences like free breakfast, free in-room WiFi, and free self parking. It's also close to Malone Golf Club and Balmoral Golf Club.
Free breakfast is included with your stay. This hotel is home to a restaurant and a bar/lounge. Order from 24-hour room service to satisfy your hunger without leaving your room.
The 42 rooms have phones and desks. Guests can enjoy free WiFi and satellite TV. Free toiletries are also available.
Guests of Beechlawn House Hotel enjoy access to free WiFi in public areas, 4 meeting rooms, and coffee in a common area. There's free parking and an airport shuttle. Additional amenities include a garden and a picnic area.
Reviews from Trip Advisor
51% of guests recommend this hotelTotal of 267 reviews