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Ferryquay Gate

history

Among the many historic monuments in Derry, the massive city Walls on the west bank of the River Foyle are the most striking and memorable. Built between 1614 and 1619, the original Walls are almost perfectly preserved today, making Derry one of the finest examples of a walled city
in Europe.

This gate was added to the walls c.1790’s, before this an opening had been made in the wall at this point allowing access to Wapping Lane (now Fountain Street).

Prices from £60 per night

  • Double room - Sleeps 2
  • Check in: 2pm out: 12pm
  • Tea and Coffee facilities
  • High Definition Television
  • Free High Speed Internet Access
  • Iron and Ironing Board
  • Hair Dryers
  • Shower or Bath