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Abbey Bed and Breakfast

The Abbey Bed and Breakfast situated in the centre of Derry/Londonderry, it is the ideal accommodation for travellers of all kinds looking to visit and explore this wonderful and historic location in the Bogside area of Derry. All rooms are ensuite with TV and Abbey is the only City Centre B&B with Catagory 1 Disabled access and disabled Bathroom facilities on the ground floor. In this site we hope to provide you with information about our services and tariffs, as well as giving you a unique insight into the city and surrounding area, to help you in your visit.

Arkle House, Derry City

Arkle House Derry B&B described in the original brochure as a "Gentleman's residence", was built around 1900. The property has been recently refurbished, with great care taken to maintain the original charm and ambiance of this lovely old building. Most of the original features, such as the antique fireplaces, frieses, picture rails, etc can be seen. The many favourable comments we get from our guests is testament itself to the skill of the craftsmen who worked on the restoration. Arkle House is ideally situated 1.5 miles from the city centre. We have shops, post-office, chemist, church, restaurant, pub and sports complex all within five to ten minutes walk. Derry's walled city contains within its Georgian streets many very fine buildings including St Columb's Cathedral (1633). Just outside the old walls of the city is the Guild Hall, seat of local government, constructed in neo-Gothic style.The walls themselves date back to the early 17th century and have withstood several sieges including the most famous siege which lasted 105 days in 1689. Derry's walls have never been breached hence the reason for the title "The Maiden City".

Ballycarton House, Limabady, Londonderry

Ballycarton House, Limabady, Londonderry Derry is located in the rural setting of the Roe Valley known for its walks and overlooked by Benevenagh Mountains. Close by is the River Roe and Magilligan Point with one of the longest beaches in Northern Ireland and a ferry service to Donegal. Onsite facilities include wireless internet, games room, hot tub and sauna cabin.

Ballyhenry House, Limavady, Londonderry

Ballyhenry House, Limavady, Londonderry was started in 1987, set on a 350 acre working cereal farm in the beautiful Roe Valley. 2006 renovating of Ballyhenry House started, sympathetically restoring some of the original features such as the cornicing in the Drawing room, Dining room and Sunroom, restoring the original woodwork, staircase and original marble fireplace, and adding some modern luxuries such as the natural travertine limestone ensuite bathrooms to each of the 4 bedrooms. There are 2 double bedrooms, 1 twin bedroom and 1 family room, opening onto a veranda with great views of the garden, orchard and the breathtaking Binevenagh Mountain range.

Wanderin Heights, Portstewart, Londonderry

Wanderin Heights, Portstewart, Londonderry an established, family run Bed & Breakfast in Portstewart. Being located on the coast road it has spectacular views of the Atlantic Ocean and Donegal Headlands. It is also within walking distance to all of Portstewart's main amenities such as shops, restaurants, golf courses, transport links and the beautiful strand beach. The proprietors Michael and Eileen Robinson aim to set and maintain the highest professional standard, offering excellent facilities and services. Wanderin' Heights has a Northern Ireland Tourist Board certificate and Eilleen has obtained a Cert certificate in Irish home hospitality.

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