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Welcome to Killunaght House
Situated in the foothills of the Sperrin mountains, Killunaght House offers luxury bed and breakfast accommodation for visitors to county Derry. This B&B is conveniently located close to Derry, Limavady, the breathtaking Antrim coast and some of the finest beaches in Europe.
The guest accommodation consists of one twin double bedded room and one double room with both finished to a high standard and designed for comfort and relaxation. Both have private, en-suite rooms fitted out to with power showers, central heating, TV's (with Freeview), DVD and Free WiFi. Complimentary tea and coffee facilities both rooms are perfect for a relaxing break in Northern Ireland.
Guests have access to all rooms including the sunroom and lounge. Breakfast is served in dining room and is cooked to order using freshly prepared local produce.
Designed for comfort and relaxation
Our vision is to ensure that Killunaght House offers you a thoroughly relaxing stay. Both of our spacious bedrooms are finished to a very high standard. We have also added a few extra touches to make your stay as comfortable and enjoyable as possible. The newly refurbished rooms combine modern technology, DVD, digital TVs, Sony Playstation with powerful showers, beautifully tiled en suites and the crispest linen in each room.
Bedroom 1 has a double bed while bedroom 2 (first floor) has two double beds. Both bedrooms have the following facilities:
En suite bathroom & powershower
Tea & coffee making facilities
Fresh towels and bed linen
Digital TV with Freeview
Travel cot (on request)
Off street parking
Guests have access to the living room, kitchen and sunrooms. A Sony Playstation and laptop with internet access can be made available on request.
Please note both rooms and public areas at Killunaght House B&B are non-smoking.
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Things to do
Designed for comfort and relaxation
Killunaught House provides a central location for many attractions.
We are 20 minutes from the city of Derry-Londonderry. The only remaining completely walled city in Ireland it boasts one of the finest examples of Walled Cities in Europe. Offering museums and theatres as well as superb shopping and eating out, the city provides a wealth of visitor experiences.
We are close to the North Coast and the Giant's Causeway, the only World Heritage Site in Northern Ireland. The North Coast boasts many sandy beaches and traditional seaside towns such as Portstewart and Portrush. Our location also puts us within easy reach of County Donegal with its national parks, mountains, secluded beaches and scenic coastline.
A wealth of leisure activities are on our door step including: golfing, fishing, canoeing, bird watching, cycling, equestrian, gliding, hang-gliding, paragliding, motor sport, orienteering, walking and water sports.
Finally, with Belfast just over an hour away, all the shopping, dining, historical and cultural experiences that you would expect from a major city are within easy reach.
Further ideas & guides
Castles, Monuments & Monasteries
Northern Ireland has some of the finest castles on the island. The earliest are from Norman times, but fortified homes continued to be built well into the 17th century - much of Derry City dates from this era, including its encircling walls. Centuries of war, siege and expansion, have left a well-preserved legacy which is still there to be explored!
Museums and Visitor Attractions
Northern Ireland has a multitude of special interest museums to intrigue and inspire, including:
Ulster American Folk Park, Omagh - 45 minutes
W5 whowhatwherewhenwhy, Belfast - 1 hour
Giant's Causeway Hertitage Site, Bushmills - 40 minutes
Tower Museum, Derry - 25 minutes
House & Gardens
Northern Ireland is full of exciting historic houses and locations. The National Trust Northern Ireland plays an important role in providing access to Historic House & Garden experiences. Highlights include:
Mount Stewart on the shores of Strangford Lough, County Down
Rowallane Garden in Saintfield, County Down
Castle Ward Estate, Strangford Lough
Springhill situated on the edge of the Sperrins, County Derry
The Argory, by the river Blackwater, County Armagh
Downhill Demesne, set on the wild and rugged north coast County Derry
Further ideas & resources
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