A lovely, clean and bright property with the friendliest family hosts who are so helpful and welcoming, they really do make you feel at home. We were welcomed and shown our room which was small but perfectly adequate for a few days with ensuite facilities but you should bring your own toiletries apart from soap which is provided. There are no tea/coffee making facilities in the rooms but the hosts welcome you with hot drinks in the sitting room. They love to chat to their guests and find out their needs/plans and then will offer all sorts of advice and print off maps for you and Thomas, the owner of the B & B is a fount of knowledge of the history and geography of the entire area. The breakfasts are wonderful, freshly cooked to order with continental/cakes/yoghurts/cereals/fruit etc. on the buffet sideboard. There is free Wifi and a tv in the room and secure parking available. It is a short walk through a park down into the city of Derry although it is downhill on the way there but up quite a steep hill on the way back. There are plenty of taxis available quite cheaply if you can't face the climb! Altogether a lovely place to stay although, if I were to go again, I would pack a travel kettle!