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My family and I stayed here as we were passing through on way from Giant's Causeway. The house is meticulously maintained by Peter, his wife, and family. Each of the rooms maintains an elegant charm that one would expect from a B & B, and...More
The rooms are a bit on the smaller side, but they were clean. The Location is perfect, just a few minutes walk away from the City centre. The breakfast was huge! There were homemade jams and marmalade, homemade yoghurt and fresh fruits! Excellent!
I am still dreaming about the breakfasts at Saddlers House. Joan made French press coffee for us each morning and her homemade marmalade was outstanding (she said the Smuckers brand I grew up with was "embarrassing"). Add that to perfectly cooked poached eggs, sausages, mushrooms...More
A charming B&B in an old Georgian building easy walking distance from town centre. Peter and Joan are very welcoming and helpful. Excellent facilities including tea and coffee making facilities in the room. Everything was very clean and the room was warm. Breakfast is cooked...More
The room was lovely in a Georgian styled house, very spacious and clean. It was in a great location within walking distance of city centre and quiet at the same time. Had lovely breakfast each morning, kitchen staff were very friendly as was Peter. Joan...More
I emailed the owners for a price but Trip Advisor won't allow me to post their email address. They have a website under the Saddlers House name and you could find their contact information on it. They were recommended in... More
I emailed the owners for a price but Trip Advisor won't allow me to post their email address. They have a website under the Saddlers House name and you could find their contact information on it. They were recommended in the Rick Steves book on Northern Ireland and I got their information from there. They also own Merchant's House in Derry which is a wee bit more expensive but may be nicer. The owners names' are Peter and Joan Pyne.
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"Room 5 (double with ensuite) overlooks the back garden so is quiet"