I went here as I wanted to be quite close to my mother who had just moved into a care home close by. I was told that at the time there would be no breakfast which was prefect for me as I hate schedules. I stayed in one of the top floor rooms, there was a microwave and fridge,and crockery and plates and cutlery. which was great as there was a Tesco close by and I could buy stuff there, Although Michael and his mother didn't have to ,they made sure that my fridge had milk and butter, and Patricia dropped in with freshly baked scones: it was a busy time on the farm, but I was NOT affected by any noise.
I did see the other rooms and as a specialist in Disabled design,I was MOST impressed by the disabled Downstairs apartment. Excellently set up for the disabled. I would recommend this place with anyone disabled, or elderly people in general, it includes a lovely garden ideal for someone that is not able to get around easily. It is a wonderful place to stay and there is a lot of hospitality,
I would strongly recommend this place to others, who just want a nice clean place, nice linens and big fresh towels, and nobody trying to intrude or interfere. I hope to go back there soon,
- Also Known As:
- Ballyhenry House Limavady, Northern Ireland