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Derry, or Londonderry, as it is otherwise known, has a huge variety of hotels and other accommodation available, no matter what your taste or your budget. If economy is what you’re after, then there will be something to cater for your needs.
Two star may be basic but it doesn’t mean that it’s at the expense of comfort and facilities. At the very least, you may expect courteous service, clean, well-decorated rooms and breakfast prepared with care.
Most of the two star accommodation comes in the form of bed & breakfast accommodation or guesthouses. Some of these are right in the centre of the city - an advantage of a small property - within walking distance of Derry’s many amenities and attractions.
Even the simplest of establishments may still offer Wi-Fi in the rooms, free parking, which is a definite plus in a city, and, of course, a full Irish breakfast. One, with luxurious en suite rooms, was named as one of the top 12 B&Bs in Britain a few years ago and the standards are sure to have been maintained. All just five minutes walk from the city centre with its bars and restaurants, great shopping and historic walls.
In the towns and villages around the area of Derry, there are guesthouses and B&Bs wherever you turn, offering two star accommodation. Northern Ireland is a top destination for people enjoying outdoor pursuits, particularly angling and golf, so a rural cottage close to rivers, lakes and golf courses will be ideal. Your B&B or guesthouse will be the perfect base for exploring the countryside, whether on foot, on bicycle or horse, taking in the stunning scenery or observing the wildlife.
Derry is about 20 miles from the coast, so how about combining a seaside stay with trips into the city? There are some beautiful places listed, such as one that offers views towards the beautiful mountain of Knocklayde, a nearby marina and stunning coastal walks and easy access to such great attractions as The Giant’s Causeway and Carrick-a-Rede Rope Bridge.
For even more basic accommodation, if all you require is a comfortable resting place after a busy day out, you could try a hostel. Some offer a combination of dormitories or private rooms and always a hearty breakfast to start off your next adventure the following morning.
For budget holiday accommodation, Derry has plenty on offer so your stay won’t break the bank!