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Walled City Apartments,Londonderry Information
Walled City Apartments provide stylish, self-catering accommodation next to Derrys historic heart and are the perfect place to stay during your visit to the City. Walled City Apartments offer amazing value for money. Each of our self catering apartments are furnished to the highest standards and come fully equipped with all crockery and linens; kitchen with fridge, dishwasher and oven, modern bathroom, and living/dining area with flat-screen TV and DVD. Laundry facilities are also available. Each of our apartments sleep two adults with additional sleeping facilities for one adult or two children available on request. (An additional £20 per night fee is charged for use of the double sofa bed). Situated conveniently for all of Londonderrys' attractions our apartments make for an exceptional base while visiting our historic city. The Millenium Forum and Tower Museum are both within a 5-minute walk, and Ferrygate and Foyleside shopping Centre are less than a minute away. By staying with us you will find great value, stylish accommodation and privacy. Book online now and upgrade to your own private residence in the heart of the city.
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Walled City Apartments,Londonderry
Walled City Apartments,Londonderry Address
Walled City Apartments
3 Carlisle Road
Northern Ireland
BT48 6JZ
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  • Car Parking Available Offsite
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  • Hotel Non-Smoking Throughout
Prices from £75
leisure facilities
  • Satellite TV
  • TV
  • Video/DVD Player
  • Hairdryer in each room
  • Tea/Coffee making facilities in each room
  • Wi-Fi Available
  • Wi-Fi Available In Public Areas
  • Wi-Fi Available In Rooms
Walled City Apartments are located in the centre of Derry, beside Ferryquay Gate and Foyleside Shopping Centre at No.3 Carlisle Road. Getting to Derry- By Air The City of Derry Airport (airport code LDY) is the nearest airport and serves Derry, Tyrone, and Donegal is located 11km north-east of the city centre. Routes include: Taxis are available from the airport, with the typical fares to the city centre around £12, with the journey taking roughly 15 minutes. There is also an intermttent bus service. For details of Ulsterbus bus services visit Translink. The typical fare to the city centre is £2.70 and the journey takes approximately 20-30 minutes. From Belfast Belfast has two airports, serving a host of destinations. Belfast International Airport is situated 100km from Derry, whilst Belfast City Airport is located 115km from Derry. Both Belfast airports are served by a good bus connection to Derry city centre with Airporter. From Dublin It is also possible to get to Derry from Dublin Airport 225km to the south-east. Dublin Airport is Ireland's international air hub, served by Ryanair, Aer Arann, Aer Lingus and many other international carriers, with destinations in Ireland, Europe, Africa, North America and the Middle East. Buses link Dublin Airport and the Derry, running throughout the night. By train Northern Ireland Railways (a subsidiary of Translink) have trains travelling to and from Belfast regularly during the whole day. Trains arrive in Derry's Waterside, with a shuttle bus linking the train station to the central bus station (a 5min walk form Walled City Apartments). The journey between Belfast and Derry takes just over 2 hours and between Coleraine and Derry affords great views along the shores of Lough Foyle, although this method takes longer than the bus as it is less direct. By car From Belfast: Start on the M2 and you can either take the main road (A6)to Derry (signposted as Londonderry) via Dungiven or the scenic drive along the Antrim Coast, passing the Giants Causeway. From Dublin: Take the M1 motorway and go as far as the signpost for Derry and Ardee. Then take the N32 whick links to the N2. Follow the N2 via Carrickmacross and Monaghan to the Border where the road then becomes the A5. Travel northwards via Omagh and Strabane until you reach Derry. (Note: North of the border road signs will read Londonderry, South of the border Derry). From Belfast International Airport: Take the main road to the M2 from the airport through Templepatrick. Follow the signposts onto the main road to Londonderry/Derry. By bus Translink's Goldline Express No. 212 departs to and from Belfast regularly during the whole day. Dublin is connected with Goldine Express No. 274 and Bus Éireann service No. 33, which runs throughout the night. There is also a connection with the west coast with Bus Éireann service No. 64, which runs to Sligo and Galway, then onwards to Limerick and Cork. Full details of bus services are available from Translink and Bus Éireann. Further services, aimed mainly at travellers arriving into the local airports are operated by Airporter.