Commercial Court

Commercial Court, Belfast: Tickets, Tours, Address, Commercial Court Reviews: 4.5/5

Commercial Court
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Marjolein A
Rotterdam, The Netherlands1,375 contributions
Very cool
May 2019 • Friends
On a Fridaynight with a bit of sun out having a drink with some guitar music and loads of laughs. Please check this place out!
Written May 10, 2019
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flaneur40
New York City, NY1,718 contributions
Great alleyway with a string of pubs
Apr 2019 • Solo
This is a terrific alleyway or entry to walk down and spend some time. It will take you out to Donegall Street where if you make a right you will come to the John Hewitt and St. Anne's Cathedral. It is a lively thoroughfare with parasols hanging from above and many murals and quality pubs like the Duke of York and the Dark Horse (which has a door in it made from wood re-purposed from fallen trees in the Dark Hedges of Game of Thrones fame). On Hill Street there is The Dirty Onion and Yardbird and down Hill Street at Waring Street is The Cloth Ear. It's a great place for nightlife.
Written May 8, 2019
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Simon D
Montrose, UK459 contributions
A Secret Hidden Cobbled Street
Nov 2017 • Couples
On a recent birthday trip to Belfast with my wife we went wondering around Belfast after we first arrived. One of the places that came up on Pinterest a lot was the Commercial Court area, which we were able to find easily enough, situated just north of the town centre.

The street itself is nothing too fancy and is lined with small pubs and cobbles but it was a nice place to walk down. The gates next to the Dark Horse to the Courtyard was a great place to take photos of which includes murals of all famous Northern Irish people and events.

We bumped into a guided tour and overheard some of the rich history that the murals offered and learnt a lot about some famous Northern Irish people.

A nice wee find!
Written January 25, 2018
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David D
Devon, UK12,511 contributions
Delightful cobbled alleyway
Apr 2017 • Couples
Saturday 29th April and we were out and about in Belfast, sightseeing, and we discovered this small cobbled alley way quiet by chance rather than design. 

It is situated in Cathedral Quarter and at one end is Donegall Road and Hill Street at the other. Historically this was once the commercial heart of Belfast where pottery, whiskey merchants and old iron foundry that once occupied the narrow street.

Over the years, newspapers have also made their home here and, to this day, the area is known as Belfast's Fleet Street.

Today it is a hive of activity with all its pubs with outdoor seating. There are so many hanging baskets and red benches to sit and watch the world go by. There are loads of cafes and places to eat near by.

When we visited the weather was kind to us and the sun was shining so we saw the alley at its best in all its glory. Well worth a stroll down and maybe stopping at one of the pubs for a pint.
Written May 17, 2017
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