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Situated in Magherafelt Town Centre, we are just 100 yards from the Terrace Hotel Magherafelt and 200 yards from Mid Ulster Council’s Bridewell Tourist Information Centre. We are within walking distance of all Magherafelt amenities – everything is at your doorstep!
We are ideally located for a visit to Seamus Heaney HomePlace centre in Bellaghy, just a ten minute drive away.
Unusually for town centre accommodation, we have ample off-street enclosed parking – especially important for the cyclists and motor-cyclists among you. And all of it is free!
How to Get Here:
Magherafelt town is centrally located in the heart of N. Ireland. There is easy access from all parts of N. Ireland, for example Belfast (45 mins.), Derry/Londonderry (55 mins.), Giant’s Causeway (45mins), International Airport (25 mins.), George Best Belfast City Airport (60 mins.), Larne/Belfast Ports (45 mins.).
Travelling from Belfast, Ports, Airports:
Proceed along M2 and M22 and join A6 (westwards along Moneynick Road). Follow signs for Cookstown & Derry/Londonderry.
At Castledawson Roundabout (approx. 4 miles from Toome Bridge) take the 2nd exit and travel along the B40 into Magherafelt town, passing St Mary’s Grammar School on left.
Go through the first mini-roundabout and Laurel Villa is 50 yards along on the right side, next door to Floors For Living and opposite St Swithin’s Church of Ireland.
Travelling from Derry / Londonderry:
Proceed along A6 and go through Dungiven
At Castledawson Roundabout take the third exit and travel along the B40 into Magherafelt town.
Go through the first mini-roundabout and Laurel Villa is 50 yards along on right hand side.
Travelling from Cookstown, Moneymore, Desertmartin, Tobermore, Draperstown or the A29:
Proceed into Magherafelt Town centre.
At bottom of Broad St. (beside the Bridewell building) follow the signs for Belfast/M2.
Go through a mini-roundabout and Laurel Villa is about 100 yards further along on left side, opposite St. Swithin’s Church of Ireland and before you come to Floors For Living.