The service at the Londonderry Arms was
exceptional. Very friendly and helpful staff.
Nothing was too much trouble. We were on a
walking holiday and the staff were very helpful
regarding local walks and places to visit. The
hotel is very inviting, with spacious lounges
for relaxing over tea or coffee, with comforting
roaring fires. Excellent food freshly prepared.
I cannot think of anything they could have done
better and all at a very reasonable cost!
ATTENTION ALL GROUP
The Londonderry Arms Hotel is the
First Hotel to be appointed as a
Group Friendly Partner with Group
Travel N.I. See
www.grouptravelni.com for benefits.
The Londonderry Arms offers the elegant surroundings of
the Frances Anne and Tapestry Room restaurant or the
Coach House Bistro.
Why not join us for traditional afternoon tea served
daily from 3pm - 6pm
£14.95 per person
Booking is essential
Frances Anne and Tapestry Restaurant
In our award-winning restaurant, which can seat up to
80 people, we offer a wide choice of the best locally
Our chef Manus Jamison designs menus that reflect
the specialities of the Glens of Antrim, for example,
wild salmon, lamb from the Antrim Hills and locally
The hotel is also famous for its homemade wheaten
bread and tasty scones.
We hold the Taste of Ulster Award and a Top
Rating Award of 5 under the National Food Hygiene Scheme.
To complement our menu we have an extensive wine
list and also an excellent range of malt whiskies.
We are always aware that diners in our restaurant
may have special dietary requirements and we do our best
to cater for these needs.
Lough Neagh Eel was awarded PGI status in
2011, which is a very significant accolade
recognising the heritage, tradition and
authenticity of what are regarded as the best
quality eels in Europe. In recent times, local
chefs such as Manus Jamison and Ray Kempton
from Londonderry Arms Hotel have been including
this in their menus and are delighted to have
such a prestigious product on their doorstep.