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Belfast Castle Conference Open Day

Date: Thursday 21 September, 11am to 3pm

Venue: Belfast Castle

Category: Belfast Castle, Free


Are you thinking of hosting a conference in Belfast?

Then why not join us on Thursday 21 September and find out why Belfast Castle could be the perfect fit for you and your guests.

Belfast Castle sits at the foot of Cave Hill and is one of the most iconic locations to view the stunning skyline of Belfast City. It plays host to the perfect wedding day, conferences, meetings, social events and family gatherings.

Built in the 1860s, the estate remains a perfect location for locals and tourists to explore the surrounding natural woodland, parkland and gardens.

Why choose Belfast Castle?

  • With all its character and charm of an historic building, there is simply no compromise on luxury, and we guarantee great value for money.
  • We have various options of any conference packages you wish to discuss.
  • All our rooms command a superb view over our landscaped gardens, making it the ideal choice for business meetings.
  • Although away from the city centre, the venue is easily accessible from the M2, M3 and M5 and has ample free parking.
  • We are offering a 20 per cent discount on room hire for all charitable organisations who choose to book with us.
  • The venue is fully accessible.
  • We have a preferred catering supplier and bar operator on site to assist with any catering or drinks requirements you may have.
  • There will a 10 per cent discount on conference catering for anyone who attends the open day and makes a booking with us on the day.
  • On the day, there will be a chance to walk around the different rooms and get a chance to sample our food with our catering partner Usel (link opens in new window).


This is a free event but booking is required.

To book your slot, email or call 028 9077 6925.Limited space available so book early to avoid disappointment.

We look forward to welcoming you to Belfast Castle.

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