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Staying in Derry, also known as Londonderry, doesn’t have to be too hard on your pocket, because as well as the luxury options for accommodation, there are many hotels in the mid and lower range that offer great facilities at less expensive prices. They are still close to Derry’s attractions so you have the best of both worlds - economy and the opportunity for entertainment.
On the Expedia website, there are approaching 20 three star hotels listed in Derry so you’ll be spoiled for choice. Some are located in the city itself and some in the surrounding area and nearby towns, so whether your choice is the buzz of a vibrant, urban environment or the tranquillity of a green and pleasant countryside retreat, then there is something for you.
In Derry, there is the possibility of staying in a hotel that belongs to one of the well-known national chains. Here, you can be assured of a standard and amenities that are on offer in all the hotels - familiarity and knowing what to expect can be relaxing.
If you fancy stepping outside your comfort zone a little bit, how about some contemporary style in a chic boutique hotel on the waterfront, only five minutes from the City of Derry Airport and just as close to the city centre?
For a more traditional stay, you could choose a Georgian house, actually within the city walls, so you’ll get a taste of history along with some delicious meals in the restaurant. And just because it’s a 18th century building doesn’t mean that it lacks up-to-date facilities - it has full Wi-Fi and even a mini-gym and sauna on site.
In the city and its suburbs there are many guesthouses and B&B accommodation, including some inns with rooms so you can make the most of the lively craic and almost certainly, Irish folk music, before you wend your way upstairs to bed.
Northern Ireland is blessed with many golf courses, and rivers and lakes famed for fishing. If either of these is your sport then you’ll find some great places to stay with everything on the doorstep. Or maybe you simply want to relax? You could stay in a quirky rural cottage with open fires in every room and a veranda where you can sip a G&T.
The choice is yours in Derry with a warm welcome guaranteed no matter where you stay.