Cheap Hotels in Limavady
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Hotels in Limavady
Close to Derry in Northern Ireland, Limavady Hotels are an ideal destination for exploring the stunning landscape of the north coast – an area steeped in history, culture and fable.
The division between myth and fact is a thin one when it comes to the Celtic history of Northern Ireland, and Limavady is no exception. The area is a great place to dive into the prehistory of the area, such as by visiting the mysterious late Neolithic Aughlish Stone Circles. Another ruin from the area's Celtic past is Dungiven Priory and O'Cahan's Tomb. The O'Cahan Clan originally built the Augustian Priory in 1100 AD and the 15th-century tomb is said to be the resting place of an O'Cahan Chieftan. Also nearby Limavady is the ruin of Banagher Old Church and the tomb of St Muiredach O'Heney, dating from either the 11th or 12th century.
Some of Northern Ireland's most beautiful scenery surrounds Limavady. The Roe Valley Country Park is a short distance from the town, boasting three miles of woodland around the River Roe. The area here is ideal for walks and scrambling, while the river itself is a popular place for both kayaking and fishing. Head north and you'll find one of the longest stretches of beach and dunes in Ireland, the Benone Strand, as well as the forests and coasts of Binevenagh, designated as an Area of Outstanding Beauty. Nearby is the similarly stunning Lough Foyle, with an enormous variety of 20,000 migratory wildfowl inhabiting the area.
The shops, markets and pubs of Limavady itself are a perfect place to unwind, whether you're relaxing on a quiet Sunday or returning from an outing in the surrounding countryside. The Roe Valley Arts and Cultural Centre has a number of exhibitions to enjoy and The Playhouse has a regular line-up of performances. There are also plenty of local restaurants and cafés in the town, as well as friendly places to kick back with a pint of Guinness when the sun sets.
If you drive east along the coast from Limavady you'll eventually come to the iconic basalt columns of the Giant's Causeway – one of Northern Ireland's most famous attractions. Drive a short way east and you'll soon reach Derry, the second-largest city in Northern Ireland after Belfast. Here you'll find a range of historical and cultural attractions, including St Columb's Cathedral and the Millennium Forum.
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