Set in the Sperrin mountains, Drumcovitt is the perfect base to get away from it all. It offers a good base to visit Derry, Donegal, Giant's Causeway and local coastline.
Drumcovitt is an intriguing house with an impressive Georgian front dating from 1796 - and, behind it a much older farmhouse, built about 1680. It is a listed building and many of the windows and wonderful interior features have been retained.
The three guest rooms in the house are the two main front bedrooms (both with a double/ king-size bed and single) and a twin in the older part. All rooms are spacious and comfortably furnished with tea/coffee-making, television and phone.
The special setting of a tranquil valley with a backdrop of protective hills compliments the Drumcovitt atmosphere. Explore the Farm lanes, and close by Banagher Glen is an Area of Special Scientific Interest. Unwind, catch up, or pause in your tour for a night, a week or longer in high quality four star self-catering cottages . Enjoy log fires, central heating, have a cuppa while you browse through books or just enjoy the views and the peaceful atmosphere.
Drumcovitt Barn dates back from the 1700s and is skilfully converted into three 4-star grades self-catering cottages. The 3 cottages are formed in an individual style from the 300 year old stone built Barn and have been equipped to a very high standard.
This is a delightful place, but not one to rush through so allow more than one night if you can.