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Magherafelt, Derry-Londonderry, BT45 8LF

7.4 Miles from Magherafelt

Meet your host…

Patrick and Margaret Quinn

We have been welcoming guests into our B&B for many years. We enjoy meeting guests from all around the world and have made many friends over the years. Guests can be assured of a warm friendly welcome at Dewhamill.

Annagh Lane
BT45 8LF

Dewhamill is a family run B&B on the western shores of Lough Beg where we offer guests comfortable accommodation and a traditional Irish Breakfast. Enjoy your breakfast with stunning views to Lough Beg and Church Island. We offer 3 fully equipped spacious bedrooms, 2 doubles and 1 twin, all with ensuites, workstations, flat screen TVs, tea and coffee trays and WiFi. Guests can use the comfy living room where tea/coffee and home bakes are available. Dewhamill is in a rural setting and has ample off road parking. The area is a great base to explore the North of Ireland, visit the Antrim Coast, Lough Neagh and walk the Sperrin Mountains. Local activities include cycling, golfing, fishing, water sports, walking and bird watching. There are many other activities and heritage sites nearby. We are in a central location, less than 3 miles from the Belfast to Derry M2/A6 road and 6 miles from Magherafelt. We have been awarded Level 5 food hygene rating. A warm welcome awaits you!

How to get here

Follow signs from the Ferry Port Larne or Belfast /City or International Airport to M2, Derry, Magherafelt
When the M2 ends  continue straight on,you are now on the A6 follow signs Derry, Magherafelt. Go straight through next 2 roundabouts (2nd one called Brecart Roundabout) following signs for Magherafelt  crossing the River Bann by a large Blue Bridge
continue straight on for Magherafelt.
You will come to another roundabout called Creagh Roundabout, on your left is THE ELK NIGHTCLUB/RESTURANT grey stone & cream painted building, continue past it for about 300 yards, now you will see a cream building on your left CK Car Sales, go slow here. *****Turn right here ( isle in middle of road) now you are on the B182 Deerpark road to Bellaghy .Travel 1.8 miles, look out for a sign on your left for a crossroads just passed a left bend and slow wrote on the road, go slow now and turn next right (crossroads) now on Ballydermot Road
Travel 300 metres and take the 2nd right (a tar road) on to Annagh Lane
Continue up the lane (tar) and  continue on the concrete lane and Dewhamill is the next house on your right, no 45.

Sat Nav: Lat (54.788957258) - Long (-6.498433302)


  • Credit Cards Accepted
  • Hair Dryer
  • Internet Access
  • Ironing
  • Light Meals Available
  • No Smoking House
  • Private Car Park
  • Tea In Bedrooms
  • TV in Bedroom
  • Walking
  • Wi-Fi

Customer Reviews


Pierre et Valérie

30 Aug 2017 
Review Score: 10/10

Thank you Margaret and Patrick for your very nice welcome ! We felt as good as friends in your very comfortable home. We warmly recommend your peaceful B&B. Wish you the best !

Host's Reply:
Thank you Pierre & Valerie for your lovely review.It was a delight to host you both in Dewhamill.


18 Aug 2017 
Review Score: 10/10

Wonderful experience. Comfortable room, great breakfast, clean and well maintained b&b. Margaret goes out of her way to make sure you enjoy your time there. Peaceful and relaxing location.

Host's Reply:
Eddie many thanks for your review and kind words, it was a delight to host you all.

Graham Sampson

04 Aug 2017 
Review Score: 10/10

Dewhamill was an excellent place. Margaret looked after us extremely well and should be congratulated. I will leave more extensive comments on trip advisor.

Host's Reply:
Thanks Graham for your kind words.All are welcome anytime at Dewhamill.

Lydie Pluvinage

15 May 2015 
Review Score: 10/10

You have to go there during your trip !!! The place is lovely and Margaret is just the best host i've ever seen. Her cooking is delicious, the rooms are fabulous... We will come back !!!

Kristeen Jones

11 Jun 2014 
Review Score: 10/10

We loved Due Hamill, but it's a fairly new B&B and perhaps not as well known as others. Margaret and Patrick Quinn are terrific folks and made us feel SO welcome. It's a quiet spot, viewing a peaceful lake; lots of local history. It's clean and quiet. Margaret served a great breakfast and a lovely tea in the evening. Our stay was cut short, however, due to Air Lingus strike. Our only complaint was that it was a bit hard to find, as some roads and streets are not well marked. I think there are also restrictions on advertising, but they could use more signage. One tip - DO follow their recommendations for local places to eat! Thank you! We really enjoyed our stay!