Welcome to the Everglades Hotel
The gateway to the North West of Ireland
The Everglades Hotel is located in the North West in Derry-Londonderry, Northern Ireland's fascinating second city.
Overlooking the River Foyle with views across to the hills of Donegal, this 4 star destination provides a bright and comfortable welcome to Derry~Londonderry, the lively heritage and cultural centre of the North West.
Located only a five minute drive from the bustling, historic and dynamic City Centre, the Everglades is a ideally located for exploring and experiencing everything this City has to offer, it won’t take long to see why the City was awarded the UK City of Culture title for 2013!
Please note that GBP £stg is the principal currency accepted at the Everglades Hotel. All major currencies and credit cards are accepted at local rates.
Getting to Derry-Londonderry
Derry-Londonderry is served by flights Ryanair and BMI Regional flights into City of Derry airport from Glasgow, Liverpool and London Stansted airports. The hotel is a 15 minute drive from City of Derry Airport.
The Everglades Hotel is approx 90 minutes from Belfast International Airport and George Best Belfast City Airport with regular services from all major UK airports with carriers including British Airways, Aer Lingus, Easyjet, Ryanair and Flybe. The Airporter offers a frequent daily service from both airports to Derry-Londonderry, and Translink have an hourly Bus and Train service from Belfast City Centre to Derry-Londonderry.
Dublin Airport is approx. 3 hours from Dublin Airport with regular flights from all major UK airports. Translink operates a a number of daily Bus services from Dublin Airport directly to Derry-Londonderry.
Gateway to the North West
The Everglades Hotel is the perfect location to stay and explore the ‘Wild Atlantic Way’ where you can explore the beauty and experience the untamed west coast of Ireland, and start an adventure you’ll never want to end.
With the stunning Causeway coastal route sweeping eastwards from the Foyle Estuary along the North Coast taking in major visitor attractions such as the Giant’s Causeway, Bushmills Distillery and Carrick-A-Rede Rope Bridge. To the South and East of the City is the scenic Sperrins, an area of outstanding beauty with its dramatic landscapes and mountainous terrain, close to the Sperrins is the Ulster American Folk Park Museum, a popular attraction for tourists visiting Northern Ireland.