Things to see and do - Limavady
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Limavady Travel guide
Limavady : Michelin's recommendations
This small Georgian town is where the famous song Danny Boy, also known as the Londonderry Air, was noted down from an old melody in 1851 by Jane Ross (1810-1879). She lived at 51 Main Street (note the commemorative plaque).
Tourist attractions Limavady : Things to see and do
41 Dogleap Road GB - Limavady BT49 9NN
Here the River Roe runs through nearly 5km of woodland and meadows made accessible to visitors by a series of lovely footpaths. In the 19C the Roe was lined with industrial mills, which were used primarily for threshing flax. The Green Lane Heritage ..
Priory Lane GB - Dungiven BT47 4PF
At the end of the 12C, an Augustine priory that prospered until the mid-16C replaced a pre-Roman monastery dedicated to St Nechtan. Its ruins stand on a natural defence that overlooks the Roe. The church is a fine example of medieval architecture: th..
Bishop’s Road GB - Magilligan
The Bishop's Road was cut through Binevenagh mountain to ease the journey between Limavady and home for the eccentric Bishop of Derry Frederick Hervey (1730-1803), a passionate traveller and collector of art and antiquities. The steep road climbs the..
Roe Park GB - Limavady BT49 9LB
Set in a magnificent country estate just outside Limavady, Roe Park Resort has 155 acres of scenic parkland, an 18-hole golf course and a luxury spa. City of Derry Airport is a 15-minute drive away. The beautiful bedrooms at Roe Park each have a cos..
481 Clooney Road, Ballykelly GB - Ballykelly BT49 9HP
Situated in the Roe Valley, this hotel is set amongst spectacular scenery and near historical sites. It also the perfect place to stay for anglers. Your comfort and relaxation will be complemented by good cuisine and a friendly atmosphere, where ..
60 Catherine St GB - BT49 9DB Limavady
Keenly run neighbourhood restaurant; its traditional exterior concealing a modern room with purple velvet banquettes and colourful artwork. Unfussy, classical cooking features meats and veg from the village; try the homemade wheaten bread.