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Abbey Bed and Breakfast

4 Abbey Street, Derry, United Kingdom Show Map
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Check in from 10h / Check out prior to 12h

Abbey Bed and Breakfast: Find photos, reviews, information, amenities and compare prices for 3 stars hotels in Derry, United Kingdom.

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Situated amongst a range of tourist attractions, boutiques and eateries, Abbey Bed and Breakfast is ideal for those wishing to discover Derry and its surroundings. It is located a short stroll from Guildhall, Celtic Park and St. Eugene's Cathedral.

This 3-star bed & breakfast offers a tour desk, parking and disabled accessible rooms. Pets are also welcome.

Every morning, guests can sit down to breakfast provided by Abbey Bed And Breakfast Derry before heading off to see what the surrounding area has to offer. There is also the added convenience of an on-site restaurant.

Located in The Bogside, Abbey Bed and Breakfast is surrounded by well-known bars and clubs. Guests can also easily visit Foyleside Shopping Centre and The Millenium Forum.

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Restaurant, Pet Friendly
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Tour Desk

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Overall Rating:
8.88/10
Cleanliness:
9.01/10
Service:
8.96/10
Amenities:
8.9/10
Location:
9.61/10
Food:
8.9/10
Rooms:
8.98/10

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