Apr 26, 2019 - Apr 27, 2019
2 guests - 1 room
The fourth-largest city on the island of Ireland, Derry was named after an old Irish word meaning oak grove. While known locally as Derry, its legal name is actually Londonderry. The area is known for its many war memorials and historic sites through such famed conflicts as WWI, WWII, and the Irish War for Independence. On your visit to Derry, some of the must-see attractions include St. Eugene’s Cathedral, The Millennium Forum, the Amelia Earhart Centre and Wildlife Sanctuary, the Bishop Street Courthouse, and the Nerve Center.
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Most of the hotels in the Derry area are located by one of the significant bodies of water that can be found in the area. You will find a large amount of hotels along the River Foyle as well as the Drongawn Lough.
The price of hotels in Derry run along the line of midrange with lower star accommodations at starting around $60 per night and high star ratings going as high as $180 per night.
Many of the hotels in Derry come with standard amenities including fitness centers, free WiFi, bar, and free parking. Most of the hotels also provide a swimming pool and some type of in-hotel dining option. Higher star accommodations include upscale dining, golf courses, day spas, clubs, and ballrooms
The Derry area recently opened one of its newest boutique hotels called Shipquay which is fully equipped with a restaurant, spa, and premium room options
You can find many 4-star hotel accommodations in the Derry area. Some of the most popular 4-star accommodations include:
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Much history. Take a black taxi tour and get first hand knowledge. I also took a walking tour. You'll learn a lot in an hour and half!
Also known as Londonderry, the city itself is fun to see, although the countryside beyond is also worth exploring. We hired a taxi driver to show us major city sights, then take us to the country. Although the famous "troubles" are long over, they are evident through the murals painted on buildings & even in some neighborhoods reminiscent of that time in history.
I felt really uneasy here after Belfast. The tension was palpable. We did a tour and couldn't wait to move on!
Where the bloody Sunday happened! This is the Catholic side of Derry..