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Reviews of Abbey Bed and Breakfast, Derry

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Review by don anderson on 9th February, 2008

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My wife and i stayed at abbey bed and breakfast for a weekend break. The room we got room 6 was as good as any 5 star hotel we have stayed in, the breakfast served in the morning was delecious.The location 5 mins walk to city centre was great,no hills to climb as Derry is very much a hilly city. I could not recommemd this B&B enough,they also provide free internet access to guests, we mingled with people from US and sweden when we were there and they too spoke very highly of this B&B. All in all a great weekend break and we plan to stay longer during the summer as we want to explore Donegal next trip.

Date visited: janurary 2008

Review by anne mullen on 23rd January, 2006

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i love staying at this establishment it is lovely and the people who own it are lovely to i have been on many occasions the place is immaculate and the food is good and the establishment is really close to everything needed

Date visited: august 05

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