Beech Hill Country House Hotel
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Beech Hill is a privately owned Eighteenth Century country house which boasts excellent cuisine.
Beech Hill Country House Hotel, gloriously set in 32 acres of woodland, lakes and tranquil well tended gardens, is famed for its warm welcomes and fine food. Despite its rural location this imposing Georgian building stands just two miles from the walled centre of Londonderry. Also within easy reach are the Giant's Causeway, the wild and dramatic scenery of County Donegal and the gentle, wonderfully scenic Sperrin Mountains.
Proprietor Patsy O’Kane maintains high level hospitality. The creative chefs in her kitchen offer imaginative dishes which delight local regulars as well as high profile visitors such as President Bill Clinton and his wife Hillary. All meals are prepared from locally sourced ingredients, organic vegetables and sustainable fish caught nearby.
Golfing, horse riding, hill walking and other activities can be arranged as can guided tours of the centre of Derry.
Beech Hill was a base for the US Marines in World War II. A memorial to the Marine Corps stands in the garden and every year Marines come from America and Europe to keep alive their links with the hotel and the city. A World War II exhibition and archive is now available within the hotel building and outside there is 6km of woodland walking trails where along the way people can see remains of the camp.
John and Sally McKenna Top 100 Places to Stay in Ireland 2015
Georgina Campbell's Guide - Hotel of the Year 2015
Members of Manor House Hotels and Good Food Ireland
Pets welcome in our dog friendly rooms at a charge of £10 per pet.