We stayed here for two nights and found the apartment well located to explore Derry (walking the walled city & bogside), with all day street parking out front (on first come basis) and a supermarket within easy walking distance. However what we did find disappointing was that the bathroom very small, the bedroom was small (compared to other places we stayed), there was no hot water in the kitchen and the cooktop did not work very well. The back garden were the garage bins were located was very mouldy and slippery. Would not recommend staying here.
Although not spacious, the apartment had everything we required. The late 20th Century décor tending toward grey, white and aqua made both the bedroom and the living/dining/room/kitchen and the two tall front windows seem larger than they were. The refrigerator was deep for an under-the-counter job, and the bathroom was big enough that we could raise both arms t the same time in the shower. The location couldn’t have been better – two blocks uphill from the quayside shopping complex, with a large and well-stocked Tesco supermarket and a multiplex cinema. The city walls were just a few blocks further. There was free parking on the street in this block, and because this was a Sunday, we found a parking space right at the front door.