B and Bs in Derry

Banks Of The Faughan Motel
69 Clooney Road

County Londonderry

BT47 3PA

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The hotel boasts tranquil views over the countryside to the Faughan River Valley, creating an atmosphere of relaxation. The banks of the Faughan Motel is a family run motel, ideally located just three miles from Londonderry.
The outstanding natural beauty of this area has been an inspiration to authors and composers alike, who have captured its history and serenity. The motel's central location is ideal for day trips around County Londonderry, the North Antrim Coast, the Inishowen Peninsula and the counties of Donegal and Tyrone.
Here visitors will find many attractions to enjoy, such as cathedrals, galleries and museums, just a few of the many places of interest in our historic 17th Century walled city. A bustling city centre boasts good entertainment and varied shopping.
Leisure facilities in the area include fishing on the famous River Faughan and the nearby River Roe as well as golf, horseriding, swimming, bowling and forest walks.
A short journey west will reward you with the breathtaking scenery offered by the hills and beaches of Donegal, while to the east you can discover a playground of sea, sand and fun for all ages. All this and much more can be found less than 30 minutes drive from the motel.

This family-run motel has 12 en suite bedrooms, each with a colour TV, tea/coffee making facilities and central heating. There is off street parking and the hotel is near the city of Londonderry, with the city of Derry airport only about 2 miles away.

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