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Londonderry Country House 2 Night Stay Including A Bottle of Wine £99.00 For 2 People Sharing @ TravelZoo
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Londonderry Country House 2 Night Stay Including A Bottle of Wine £99.00 For 2 People Sharing @ TravelZoo

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Posted 14th Feb

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I have compared the price with Booking.com for two random nights between 12th march and 14th march 2020, and the price difference is 50% cheaper. Hence a bargain for £50.00 per person for a 2 night stay. You also get a free bottle of wine approximate value £17.00 upon arrival.

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Escape to a hotel in the Northern Ireland countryside that counts Hollywood stars and a former president among its clientele. A 2-night break at Beech Hill Country House near Londonderry is now less than £50 per person, saving up to 59% on regular prices.

What's Included

  • Two nights' accommodation in a House Double Room (in the original manor house), with daily full Irish breakfast, for two
  • A bottle of wine on arrival (worth £17)
  • It's £149 for a 3-night stay, with the extra night on B&B
  • Fridays and Saturdays are an extra £10 per night
  • Stay in a Garden Double Room (in the modern wing) for an extra £20 per stay

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Why We Love This Hotel
  • This 4-star Georgian property is set in 32 acres of woodland, lakes and gardens
  • Former US president Bill Clinton, Jude Law, Will Ferrell and Tommy Hilfiger have stayed at the hotel
  • Londonderry city centre is less than 10 minutes' drive away
  • The Sperrin Mountains are 35 minutes' drive away; the Giant's Causeway takes about an hour to reach by car

Overview
The family-run Beech Hill Country House occupies a Georgian property built in 1729, and is set in woodland filled with ponds and waterfalls. Among the hotel's previous guests are A-list celebrities and politicians including Bill Clinton, Will Ferrell, Jude Law and Tommy Hilfiger.

The hotel was used as a base by the US Marines in World War II, and has a wartime archive and a memorial to the Marine Corps.

Londonderry -- an "artistic and cultural hub" with a "splendid riverside setting" (Lonely Planet) -- is less than 10 minutes' drive away. The River Foyle, which has excellent fishing and some of the best oyster beds in the UK, is 20 minutes' drive away. It's also an excellent wildlife-spotting destination -- you might see dolphins and seals, or huge flocks of migrating birds.

The Sperrin Mountains -- Northern Ireland's largest mountain range, with undulating hills, quiet valleys, boggy uplands and diverse wildlife -- are a 35-minute drive away. The Giant's Causeway, a UNESCO World Heritage Site, is just over an hour's drive away.

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*Derry
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LWKS10 for 10% off
....a beautiful house....built in 1729......with basement rooms. Makes you think how they built it.
*Derry
Whiteside15/02/2020 01:21

Even on a UK deals site.... ho hum


Can't wait until the next holiday to New York is on this site.. he will probably come back and say it's not called new York.. it's called new because York is a place in England and the horrible British naming the city New york offends him or something.
evilzippy15/02/2020 17:51

Can't wait until the next holiday to New York is on this site.. he will …Can't wait until the next holiday to New York is on this site.. he will probably come back and say it's not called new York.. it's called new because York is a place in England and the horrible British naming the city New york offends him or something.


Someone needs a lesson in history
It's been called Londonderry for hundreds of years , some people need to stop living in the past.
evilzippy15/02/2020 18:15

It's been called Londonderry for hundreds of years , some people need to …It's been called Londonderry for hundreds of years , some people need to stop living in the past.


You are certainly living in the past! Go there and ask the locals and you will find out quickly that it is called Derry!
Edited by: "greenyblades" 15th Feb
I live in Londonderry
The people that refuse to call it by its real name are the same people that think it's ok to plant bombs in hospitals and shopping centres killing innocent people
Some nasty bitter people about here
evilzippy15/02/2020 19:08

The people that refuse to call it by its real name are the same people …The people that refuse to call it by its real name are the same people that think it's ok to plant bombs in hospitals and shopping centres killing innocent people


People who live in glass houses shouldn't throw stones!!
Lot of bitter wee doire types on a uk deals site. Obsessed. Lol.
Haven’t been here myself and I live in the county of Londonderry but I might try it as it looks nice. Nice deal.
CR0NALD0715/02/2020 19:47

James McClean lives in Derry. Legend



Is this like a very simple form of Irish jeopardy.”?
evilzippy15/02/2020 17:51

Can't wait until the next holiday to New York is on this site.. he will …Can't wait until the next holiday to New York is on this site.. he will probably come back and say it's not called new York.. it's called new because York is a place in England and the horrible British naming the city New york offends him or something.





For Gawds sake its called New Amsterdam and Peter Stuyvesant will be turning in his grave.




You are all correct, all entitled to your opinions but HukD is not the place for these differing of opinions - so leave it out!




Does anyone know if the breakfast includes pudding of an African/American nature.?
Whiteside15/02/2020 21:52

Lot of bitter wee doire types on a uk deals site. Obsessed. Lol.


Obsessed ? Coming from the man with the NI fleg as his profile photo lol
evilzippy15/02/2020 19:08

The people that refuse to call it by its real name are the same people …The people that refuse to call it by its real name are the same people that think it's ok to plant bombs in hospitals and shopping centres killing innocent people


I'm a proud Derry man but don't think it's okay to plant bombs to kill the innocent so your talking absolute tripe.
There should be an autocorrect on any HUKD deals posted with Londonderry to change to Derry / Londonderry and vice versa
Yea we will look into that when the rte news does the same
fwog15/02/2020 00:00

*Derry


Is it often referred to as "stroke city?". As in "Derry/Londonderry"?. Or is that a thing of the past?
pimpa14/02/2020 14:46

LWKS10 for 10% off


Where do you apply the discount code? I can’t find it at check out!
Locals call it ‘Stroke city’ as it’s Londonderry / Derry so has been abbreviated by many to ‘Stroke city’ it avoids offending the prods and fenians
Edited by: "con1972" 26th Feb
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