Dewhamill bed and breakfast is located on the western shore of Lough Beg, near Bellaghy, just north of Lough Neagh. It is around 6 miles from the area’s main town, Magherafelt and less than 3 miles from the A6/M2 road from Belfast to Derry. There is free Wi-Fi, parking and a pretty garden.
The rooms at Dewhamill have tea and coffee facilities and all with private shower rooms with complementary toiletries. There are also workstations and flat-screen TVs.
Breakfast is served in the dining room, offering stunning views of Lough Beg and Church Island. Local produce is used wherever possible.
Guests have the use of a shared TV lounge, and a garden with outdoor seating. Dewhamill offers daily maid service, and can cater to special dietary requirements at breakfast when advised.
Dewhamill is just over 2 miles from the Seamus Heaney Homeplace visitors centre.
Bellaghy in County Derry is a small village north of Lough Neagh, and within a short driving distance of several towns in the area. Ballymena and Antrim are around 30 minutes away, while Belfast International Airport is approximately 40 minutes’ drive.
Nearby, just over 2 miles from Seamus Heaney Homeplace visitors centre
Within 3 miles you have water sports and fishing on the River Bann (said to be the best course fishing river in Ireland). Lough Neagh Fisheries Visitors Centre in Toome 4 miles away. There is also fishing at the Moyola River and golfing at the Moyola Golf Club. There are many other activities and heritage sites nearby, such as the Desertmartin Motocross (20 mins), the Northwest 200 (40 mins).