We stayed at the Manor House for one night in September 2013. We had followed the accommodation sign from the A2 and found the house facing us at the T-junction as we entered Eglinton looking exactly what we wanted; a touch of relaxed, elegant living after a long journey. We were lucky enough to be offered a very large, comfortable room with ensuite and triple aspect windows which would have made a great base for a longer stay exploring the area. Despite one window facing the main road we did not notice any noise and had a good night's sleep. The furniture is obviously not new but is what you would expect (and want) in an historic building. There appeared to be ample secure off-road parking around the back. The excellent breakfast with the welcoming owners was cooked to order and was all we could have wanted. The village was very quiet and did not seem to have much to offer except for a friendly pub with good, reaonably priced food. We would certainly stop at The Manor House again.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- A listed, late Georgian house with fanlight doors,which has been the home of the Davidsons since 1850. Built by the Grocer's Company of London, it has many original features and family portraits, while providing modern facilities. ... more less
- Also Known As:
- The Manor House Eglinton Northern Ireland