Address64 Groarty Road LondonderrySee nearby area
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Services & facilities
- Non-smoking throughout
- Non-smoking rooms
- Facilities for disabled guests
- Free WiFi
- Internet services
- Free parking
Description provided by property
A haven of peace and tranquillity, this newly-built house nestles amid the trees of its own private grounds, spanning over one acre, in Londonderry’s rolling picturesque countryside, just 3 miles from Derry city centre.
Tastefully furnished in warm, relaxing colours, Groarty Manor provides 6 comfortable en suite rooms, one of which is set on the ground floor and offers disabled access and disabled bathroom facilities. The residence is within the grounds of the 200-year-old Groarty House, which boasts a sun-flooded conservatory with panoramic views across Derry and the surrounding areas.
The house has been designed to be environmental friendly. It is heated with a 50 kw log burner and solar panels. The bedrooms are individually zoned with their own heat sensors.
By Car: From Foyle Bridge: - Follow signs for Buncrana (A2). - At the Skeoge Roundabout, turn left. - Take the next turning on the right into Whitehouse Road. - Continue straight through the crossroads for 1.25 miles, until you come to a T-junction, where you turn left. - The house is the first entrance on the right. From the city centre: - Take the (A2) Buncrana Road. - Continue straight through Branch Roundabout and past the Central Supermarket on the left. - Turn left unto Whitehouse Road and follow signs. - Go straight through the crossroads for 1.25 miles. - Turn left at the T-junction. - The house is the first entrance on the right.
Please note that check-in is after 17:00 from Monday to Friday. Guests can check in from any time at the weekend.
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