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This hotel is set in lovely grounds which are great for a nice walk. The outside of the hotel is very impressive and the public areas are lovely and very in keeping with the style of the house. The food was also excellent. Our evening...More
A beautiful place to stay. Room very comfortable, clean and well appointed. Dinner wad great too.
Lots of memorabilia on the walls. Even Bill Clintton has stayed here. Breakfast was great especially the porridge. Highly recommend this place.
A true gem situated on a beautiful spot. Flowers everywhere, historic WWII memorabilia throughout, and the staff are warm and welcoming. This is a romantic spot with really great food, rooms with a classy antique feel, and a staff that goes above and beyond.
Beech Hill House Hotel in Derry-Londonderry is a beautiful Georgian house built in early 17th c. when the first Planters came from England. The land, which had originally been owned by Gaelic Irish, was confiscated during that period. During WWII it was the location of...More
What a day.... What a venue. The food was excellent, their attention to detail was superb. The staff were so courteous. And as for my friend John who saw I got a taxi home, when my taxi company wouldn't answer. I thank you so very...More
thank you for your message. Our marquee pavilion is a permanent structure which we use all year round. It is heated by an industrial air handling unit which is very powerful and we have had no problems with... More
thank you for your message. Our marquee pavilion is a permanent structure which we use all year round. It is heated by an industrial air handling unit which is very powerful and we have had no problems with getting it heated during the winter months. Unfortunately the weather is something we cannot control but our winters seem to be getting milder and on occasions when we do get snow and ice we try to manage the conditions in the car park and foot paths with salt and grit. Please let me know if you would like to come and view the marquee? kind regards Conor Donnelly - Sales Manager