O'Brien's of Limavady Funeral Directors

We offer funeral services in
Limavady, Coleraine, Derry / Londonderry and surrounding areas.

Our Values

o briens funeral premises

O’Briens of Limavady promises to offer a high standard of professionalism and quality of service. We believe in integrity and openness in helping you to make decisions about every aspect of the funeral being arranged, including its cost and payment which we strive to keep to a minimum.

Unfortunately, most of us will be confronted with the task of arranging the funeral of a loved one, which, in the midst of grief, can be a daunting ordeal.

Our aim is to provide a service which encompasses sensitivity and confidentiality in respect of every request and detail, providing for the wishes of the deceased and the bereaved.

About Us

Undertaking business, O’Briens of Limavady is located in the town centre, serving Limavady and surrounding areas.

Personally supervised by Brendan and Thomas O’Brien and family, we are a totally independent family business dedicated to helping you in your hour of need. As a small family run business which also operates as a well established furniture retailer, we can offer a high quality professional service at up to 50% lower than the average price to minimise the financial burden at a very difficult time. We believe in offering the same support and dedication to everyone, regardless of faith, ethnic background, or income. We carefully listen to all your wishes in order to provide meaningful personalised services such as at-home preparation for your loved one, ensuring they can remain at home until the morning of funeral.


Now in the third generation of the funeral business, O’Briens is now managed by Brendan, taking over from his father Thomas who still works along side Brendan and his brothers.

Having acquired a reputation for providing a dedicated and professional service, we are proud to carry on the tradition and values set decades ago by our grandfather Jim.

Jim O'Brien Funeral in 1947
Grandfather Jim O'Brien (second from left) conducting a funeral in 1947.