Everglades Hotel

The Everglades Hotel in Derry is a stylish choice for visitors, to Northern Ireland’s second City. Overlooking the River Foyle, with views across the hills to Donegal, The Everglades Hotel provides a bright and comfortable welcome to the city – the lively cultural and heritage centre of the Northwest. The Everglades Hotel prides itself on its high standards of service, which many international guests have experienced again and again. Regarded as one of the most luxurious Derry hotels, the Everglades is within a 5 minute drive of Derry City centre, and its location ensures it is the perfect spot from which to explore this corner of Ireland.

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The Everglades Hotel boasts 64 luxury bedrooms, including 3 suites – all carefully designed to let you relax and escape from the hustle and bustle of the world outside. Every bedroom has been tastefully furnished and decorated so that you can enjoy this wonderful accommodation with maximum relaxation with minimum fuss.

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The Causerie Bistro:

Guests can enjoy the culinary delights of the Causerie Bistro, which provides inspired menus made with fresh local ingredients.The tastefully decorated dining room is one of the finest restaurants in Derry and should not be missed on your visit to the hotel.

The Library Bar:

For a more informal bite to eat, try the hotel’s Library Bar, which offers light snacks throughout the day along with a range of cocktails and full bar service.

Derry City

On the Map: Derry City is located close to the northern coast in Northern Ireland. Derry is accessed via the N15/N13 from Donegal (to the southwest) and the A6 from Belfast (to the southeast).

The story of Derry is a long and tumultuous one. Set on a hill on the banks of the Foyle estuary, strategically close to the open sea, it came under siege and attack for over a thousand years. You can walk along the great 17th-century walls, about a mile round and 18 feet thick, which withstood several sieges and even today are unbroken and complete, with old cannon still pointing their black noses over the ramparts. The great siege lasted for 105 days. Today, there’s an atmosphere of optimism in Derry and the city buzzes with life. It’s an artistic city, with theatres, galleries and other cultural centres and a number of annual festivals. Its people, with their gentle accent, are very welcoming.