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Stayed for one night and really enjoyed it. Joan and Peter were welcoming and gave us excellent advice on what to see in the city. Location is very handy for doing a wee circuit of the city and you ca walk to most of the...More
Our host was very helpful in helping us find where to go and what to do. (more than any of our other hosts). Breakfast was the best - great berry jelly. Good breads too. Of course the bacon was - as always - great. Location...More
My wife and I stayed here for 2 nights in July 2012 and were pretty disappointed. Our room (no.5) was tiny with very little space to move around and only a small double bed. There was just enough drawer space, but the only provision for...More
We found the Saddler's House via the Tourist Information Centre and are very satisfied with the stay. We were spending a night at Derry and needed a place that is accessible to the major sites in the city. The B&B is centrally located and within...More
Warm welcome! Compact twin bedded room with even more compact bathroom! That said it served the purpose - a short stay in a friendly city. Comfy bed & good breakfast. Convenient location. Would definitely recommend.
I emailed the owners for a price but Trip Advisor won't allow me to post their email address. They have a website under the Saddlers House name and you could find their contact information on it. They were recommended in... More
I emailed the owners for a price but Trip Advisor won't allow me to post their email address. They have a website under the Saddlers House name and you could find their contact information on it. They were recommended in the Rick Steves book on Northern Ireland and I got their information from there. They also own Merchant's House in Derry which is a wee bit more expensive but may be nicer. The owners names' are Peter and Joan Pyne.
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"Room 5 (double with ensuite) overlooks the back garden so is quiet"