This gloriously quirky Victorian townhouse stands proudly on leafy Malone Road in Belfast's Queen's Quarter. Its salubrious setting positively screams boho chic meets literary student vibes, which just about sums up the elegantly eclectic interior. Cleverly curated with love and oodles of style by owner Melanie Harrison, each of the 17 en-suite rooms is named after celebrated local singers and scribes. Books, artwork and ephemera pay homage to the likes of CS Lewis, Jonathan Swift, Ruby Murray and Van Morrison. While fabulously clashing floral and fauna prints (Melanie loves a leopard) provide the perfect theatrical backdrop for antique furniture, vintage treasures and bespoke curios. Talk about Insta-friendly! Choose from cute singles and twins, to spacious boudoirs with roll top baths and four poster beds for that indulgent romantic retreat. Breakfast is served to your room; and ask about foodie evenings and spa treatments to add to your memorable stay. Botanic Gardens and Ulster Museum are a stroll away, and the city centre is within a short bus journey. That's if you can bring yourself to leave this sumptuously eccentric space.