2 North Queen Street, Belfast, BT15 1EQ
Phone: 028 90 997022
Clifton House is an impressive Georgian building, set in tranquil landscaped gardens in the heart of Belfast. Opened in 1774 by Belfast Charitable Society, the building was used until the late 1880s at Belfast’s Poor House and is now an unique event venue.
The Chamber Music Course will make use of the Board Room and the Archive Room for rehearsals and workshops. You can see more photographs of the building and the rooms here (http://cliftonbelfast.com/gallery)
Coffee breaks and lunch will be served in the entrance foyer (please note: no food or drink is permitted upstairs).
Disabled access to Clifton House is via the rear of the building. Please indicate on the booking form whether you will require disabled access and, if so, what your requirements are.
From north Belfast, via North Queen Street: turn right into Clifton House entrance just before the traffic lights at Frederick Street/Donegall Street (there’s a slip road across the oncoming traffic).
From south Belfast, via University Road: drive along University Road, College Avenue and Carrick Hill until you reach the Clifton Street traffic lights. Go straight on at the traffic lights, then turn immediately left into the entrance of Clifton House.
Via the Westlink: take the Clifton Street exit. Turn right (if coming from the south) or left (if coming from the north) to the traffic lights. Turn left at the lights and immediately left again.
There is free car parking on site.
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