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Clifton house.

Clifton house.

Clifton house.

Clifton house.

Clifton house.

Plan an Event.

Looking for something different when planning an event in the heart of the city?

Look no further!  Clifton House is an impressive Georgian Building, set in beautiful landscaped gardens.  Built in 1774 by Belfast Charitable Society, the building was used until the late 1880's as Belfast's Poor House.  

Clifton House is more than just a meeting place. We offer our guests the ambience and tranquility of a stately home, making it an ideal choice for either an intimate, or a more formal event.

Whether you are organising a Training Seminar, AGM, Exhibition, Conference, Dinner or a Reception, we offer a fully functional and self contained venue.
Our contracted in-house caterers can offer a variety of menus to suit your budget and taste. We also provide complimentary on-site car parking for up to 70 cars.

Two adjoining rooms are available, in addition to our impressive Boardroom, should you require break off rooms for a larger event.  
 
Our in-house Event Manager will provide you with a tailored and professional service and will work closely with you to ensure a successful and stress free experience. Many of Northern Ireland's leading public and private sector organisations have used Clifton House

Please feel free to contact Lucy Fraser if you would like any further information in relation to hosting an event in Clifton House or come visit us and see for yourself.

Contact Us.

E-mail: lucy@cliftonbelfast.org.uk.   Telephone: 028 9089 7534  


Testimonials.

Some clients who have hosted events in the last few weeks are:-


Office of the First and Deputy First Minister
Open University
Belfast Welcome Centre
Helm Housing
Royal College of Phychiatry
Lloyds TSB
 

Other Events recently hosted were:-

Book Launches, Poetry Readings, Wedding Receptions and Fine Dining.
Popular documentary programmes have been filmed here, and Clifton House was used as a location for scenes from the popular drama "Mo" made by the BBC.