I definitely picked a winner when I booked a five-night stay at Troy Hall. It was a lovely home and easy to find. My room was spacious and bright. The hosts were welcoming, friendly, and very helpful. Breakfast was delicious. It was a lovely walk into town. It was a convenient location for driving over to Donegal, Giants Causeway, and so many other sights of interest. I was very thankful that they let me extend my stay (making it six nights total) when the airline changed my flight by a day. I would definitely make Troy Hall my first choice in accommodation if I find myself in Londonderry again.
A magic place as a building, where Michael helps you to feel at home. The typical and consistent Irish breakfast served close to the chimenee is something we will remember for long. The room is wide and clean with a very comfortable bed.We where three in a family room and 2nd bed was very comfortable. Wonderful stay.
Stayed here for two nights during my visit to Derry. I would HIGHLY recommend it. The rooms are clean, spacious, and beautiful. The hosts were extremely hospitable from the minute we parked. The full Irish breakfast is amazing. The location is a good base for exploring the area, as downtown is a short walk away. Great experience overall.
This is a really good place to stay. Clean and friendly and close to city centre and shops.the owners are nice and do what they can to accommodate your personal needs. Good value always. Would definitely go again.
Troy Hall is a gorgeous building and the people who run it are great. I had a lovely welcome on arrive with a great check in and was taken up to my room which was lovely. It was a great size and had everything that I needed - a big comfy bed being the main thing! The house itself was beautiful architecturally, and inside the rooms were really big - as well as my room there was the lounge/dining/breakfast area which was gorgeous and would have been fun to relax and play some board games in if I would have had anyone with me! The house was just outside the centre, about a 25 minute walk, but it was nicely nestled in off the main road and so was quiet. There's a walk that you can do to get to the centre which goes along the river, but I didn't try it as it was late at night and wasn't very well lit up but I think that it would definitely be worth doing during the day. Only one wee thing wrong with my stay - the shower could have done with a good clean as it was a bit black around some of the tiles and corners, but apart from that it was a great stay and I would stay there again.…
My husband, two 18-yr old young ladies, and I stayed for 2 nights at Troy Hall B&B. I reserved the Belmont Suite with a king and two twin beds. It was a large, lovely room, but be aware that you do have to carry your luggage up a flight of stairs. I especially like that the twin beds were off to the side behind a partial wall, which allowed for a little more privacy. I REALLY liked that the bed had a separate sheet and a lighter blanket with a comforter instead of just a comforter enclosed by a "sheet," which gets too hot and leaves you with nothing to put over you when you throw the comforter off. The suite also had a nice sitting area overlooking the lawns, a flat screen TV, and full length mirror. I liked the bathroom. It had a shelf in the shower for personal items and a shelf above the sink for toiletries. This was also the only placed we stayed that had a towel warmer in the bathroom and a full compliment of amenities (shower cap, shampoo, conditioner, tissues, bathrobes, and slippers). The only negative was the water pressure. Half way through my shower, the water pressure dipped by half and the hot water was only warm on its hottest setting. Only my husband took a short 10-min shower before me. So, I don't know if it was because other guests were showering at the same time or if that's normal. The breakfast was delicious. They even got me raisins for my Irish oatmeal, which is not standard in Ireland, and scones for our second breakfast when I mentioned how much I liked them. We took a leisurely 20-min stroll down the river walk to get into the walled city of Derry. We had to cross a major thoroughfare to access the river walk, but we enjoyed walking along the river with other pedestrians. It's a very nice walk.…
We loved our stay at Troy Hall. The owners were very friendly and accommodating and were able to offer suggestions on food and wine nearby. The property had all the charm of a bed & breakfast you desire. The wine & spirits store is walking distance and there are several options for dinner nearby. We spent the evening sipping wine and enjoying carry out in the cozy common area with a nice fire. We all felt right at home. The beds were comfortable and the rooms were charming. Breakfast in the morning was great. If you are not a meat eater, get the American breakfast as the the Irish breakfast is heavy on meat. Overall a wonderful experience!
Myself and a friend stayed in a family room in April this year! The owners were on holiday but their daughter looked after us very well. We arrived late on our first evening which wasn't a problem 😁 In fact nothing was too much. Breakfast was great and on our last morning we morning we had a continental breakfast which we had arranged but she made the effort to get up before us and prepare fresh coffee. The house itself was stunning and very clean. Sorry it has taken me so long to post a review.
This charming B and B met every expectation my husband and I held. The couple who have opened this B & B have renovated a deteriorating manor house, working for decades to create a home for their daughters, and now guests. Lucky us!! The bathrooms were immaculate and beautifully appointed. The breakfast offered every imaginable option. Private breakfast seating was appreciated. The beds were comfortable with fine linens. Thank you for the gift to travelers!
everything was spot on, from Welcome, to room to breakfast.Lovely family run accommodation, Karen, her Mum and Dad great help in planning next leg of our trip, if back in Northern Ireland we know where we will be staying.