Bishops Gate Hotel

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Bishops Gate Hotel

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“There are no strangers here, only friends you have not yet met” W.B. Yeats. Bishop Gate Hotel possesses certain special elements that make this a highly memorable and enjoyable stay. The hotel and its surroundings combine wonderful, fascinating history with pure escapism providing guests with a posh and yet easygoing place to lay one’s head. Encased within ancient city walls, great care and attention has been taken to perfectly recreate the Edwardian era, a luxurious yet laid back atmosphere, the architecture both imaginative and elegant. Extremely warm and welcoming staff, who put you at ease and make you feel nothing is too much trouble. Beautiful, delicious food prepared by talented chefs, which makes it a must for foodies. A choice of delicious bar meals are served or if you wish to dine in truly romantic style, the restaurant is perfect for candlelight evenings, where you can gaze at each other (or the food)!

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Contact Us

24 Bishop Street ,
Derry City, Londonderry/Derry , BT48 6PP

+44 28 7114 0300




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