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St. Columb's Hall, Derry

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Derry, or Londonderry, town center is a lively place to stay. Although the town itself suffered during the Troubles in Northern Ireland, the center stayed safe and has thrived. Consider an inn in the town center, perhaps a building painted with one of the well-known murals. less expensive hotels are available just outside the town's central area, close enough to the main attractions for convenient access.
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  • Went here in July 2016 for a night during the celtronic festival hosted in Derry, beautiful venue for the music going on that night.  more »
  • This is a great hall with alot of the old building been in use.Staff is great only down side is that its only open on select weekends.  more »
  • Attended a Political Conference in St Columb's Hall in March 2016. The venue is magnificent and the history and character is marvellous. Loads of room and a well stocked bar.  more »