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Within County Londonderry, you can find top coastal destinations, charming urban environments, stunning scenery and exceptional wildlife. In short, it’s got the lot.
The county is home to some of the UK’s most iconic tourist destinations, chief among them the majestic Causeway Coast and Glens region, including the Giant’s Causeway. It is a designated Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty and is widely considered one of Europe’s most scenic driving locations.
Wind your way along the beautiful coastline, passing a patchwork of scenery and colours, through some picturesque villages and past rugged islands. Stop off and look at the unique geological rock formations at the Giant’s Causeway and continue on towards the city of Londonderry (Derry). Or you could even catch the train along the coast on the historic Coleraine to Londonderry line.
Towering above the landscape is the Sperrin Mountain range, which covers a large part of the county. Explore the scenic driving routes or walk through one of the many forest and country parks, including Banagher Glen and Roe Valley.
The sparse, heather-covered highlands of the Sperrins contrast with the lush valleys, creating some of the most diverse and beautiful walking terrain in the UK. It also makes for excellent cycling, with the road network usually quiet enough to make touring a real pleasure. With a rich history and heritage, combined with incredible natural beauty, this mountain landscape is a big draw for County Londonderry.
Few other urban environments in Northern Ireland offer the same kind of charming and exciting city escape. Londonderry (Derry) is an old but very contemporary city, and was UK City of Culture in 2013. It’s a city that was well prepared for such an honour, having been home to writers such as Seamus Heaney and Brian Fiel, as well as musicians such as Phil Coulter and The Undertones.
Check out the unique independent shops and craft village along Shipquay Street, or take in a performance at one of the city’s many venues, including the Millennium Forum, Playhouse Theatre or Waterside Theatre. This is a city that’s buzzing with life.
With a range of environments, activities and attractions, County Londonderry offers a lot to visitors. From exploring the ancient coastline to soaking up culture in the county’s capital, you’ll never be short of something to do and enjoy. Visit at any time of year to explore the ever-changing scenery and make the most of mountain activities.
County Londonderry is an exciting and diverse Northern Ireland destination with broad historic, natural and cultural appeal.
Very centrally located. Good WiFi. Although free parking is advertised, there are in fact limited parks and are on a first in first served basis. If you miss out, you have to pay to park next door.
The hotel room was brilliant for 3 separate adults to stay, Spa facilities are excellent, and staff are pleasant as always. Second wedding I’ve been at, at the Roe Park venue and it was just the perfect day for everyone.
Everything was acceptable, the room was small and parking, being downtown cost 12 bucks. Added expense, Our window opened to a somewhat ghetto looking alleyway. Beauty is but a blind closure away. Friendly staff and descent breakfast.
Great property. Located in downtown in the middle of historical district. Very clean. The restaurant was great. The staff was very nice. The room was large.
Room was enormous! Great shower with loads of water pressure. Very nice restaurant. Helpful front desk staff.