Stayed here one night as I had a wedding to attend at Drenagh. Sandra is very welcoming and the room is clean.....not a speck of dust. Sandra had my electric blanket on for me coming in that night and they have a selection of food to choose from for breakfast in case you don't want the usual fry. I opted for the fry which was cooked to perfection and the scenery at breakfast is just stunning.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- If you would like peace and tranquillity this bright modern country home, set in farm land in the middle of panoramic views, is the place to stay. Renowned for the superb choice of breakfast and outstanding views, Keady View Farm is situated just three quarters of a mile outside Limavady on the Causeway Coastal Route (Seacoast Road/B69).Keady View Farm is ideally situated to tour Northern Ireland and Donegal. As a base you are just approximately 60miles/90km from Belfast, 56miles/89km from Larne, 8miles/12.8km from City of Derry Airport, 45miles/72km from Belfast International Airport and 68miles/109km from Sligo. With Londonderry/Derry only 16 miles/25km away you can either go to Letterkenny, Donegal and tour around Glenveagh National Park, Dunfanaghy, etc. or cross over on the ferry at Magilligan (9miles/14km) to Greencastle and tour the Inishowen Peninsula taking in Malin Head (the most Northerly point in Ireland) and Doagh Island Famine Village (more day trips available).At Keady View Farm B&B you will be treated as one of the family, a home from home, set in an area of "outstanding beauty" and scenery with country parks, beach, golf etc all within a short distance.As Limavady is the home of `Danny Boy` (Londonderry Air) and as it says in the words "Oh, come ye back" you will find you haven't given yourselves enough time to explore and experience the hills and valleys, the dramatic scenery and the historic sites steeped in myths and legends. Price from £30p.p.s.p.n. ... more less
- Also Known As:
- Keady View Farm Limavady, Northern Ireland