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Award winning family owned three star hotel located in heart of Tyrone and the Sperrins in Omagh.
Immerse yourself in the story of Irish emigration at the museum that brings it to life.
Situated in the heart of Omagh town centre, Rooms At Rue is a brand new luxury guest accommodation.
Derg View B&B is a newly renovated old school with original features.
Pat Larry's is a traditional family homestead nestled in the Owenkillew River Valley.
The loft is a hidden gem providing character and charm.
The two storey Clock Tower forms part of the Baronscourt Stable Yard and dates from 1890. This ...
4* approved Self Catering Accommodation for A holiday with a difference!
The cottage is designed in a traditional fashion with half door and has a number of features.
Shepherds Retreat is a 2 bedroom cottage tastefully renovated from the original shepherds ...
Kilcootry Barn is a 150 year old stone barn conversion which is set on a 6 acre retreat in a ...
This original cottage, built in the eighteenth century, has been tastefully restored. Features a ...
Award winning family three star hotel located in heart of Tyrone and the Sperrins in Omagh. Members of the Flavour of Tyrone Good Food Circle offering a varied lunch and dinner menu. Dedicated business centre. Near the Ulster American Folk Park.
Experience the adventure that takes you from the thatched cottages of Ulster, on board a full scale emigrant sailing ship, to the log cabins of the American Frontier.
Situated in the heart of Omagh town centre, Rooms At Rue is a brand new luxury guest accommodation which opened in May 2017.
Derg View is a newly renovated old school with original features. Located within a short walking distance of the village it is convenient to the local spar, bar and restaurant, Baronscourt golf club, fishing amenities and Ulster American Folk Park.
Pat Larry's is a traditional family homestead nestled in the Owenkillew River Valley with stunning panoramic views of the Sperrin Mountains and rustic Tyrone countryside.
The loft is a hidden gem providing character and charm. It retains much of the original stonework and has been tastefully furnished. This delightful 2 storey building can comfortably accommodate 4 people. Ideal for families.
The two storey Clock Tower forms part of the Baronscourt Stable Yard and dates from 1890. This charming building has been completely refurbished and newly furnished and can comfortably accommodate up to four people. It is a luxurious apartment ...
Enjoy the simplicity of this newly renovated 200 year old cosy, traditional Irish cottage. Lots of activities are available close to Cobblers Cottage or you may use it as a perfect location for exploring Northern Ireland.
The cottage is designed in a traditional fashion with half door and has a number of features similar to the old cottages of the area, it is situated in a small clachan (group of stone buildings) with 3 other cottages.
Shepherds Retreat is a 2 bedroom cottage tastefully renovated from the original shepherds house. It is situated in the middle of Doravil Estate an upland sheep farm nestling next to the forest in the Sperrin Mountains.
Kilcootry Barn is a 150 year old stone barn conversion which is set on a 6 acre retreat in a private, rural setting. This beautifully furnished and fully equipped property offers luxurious self catering accommodation for the discerning visitor. ...
This original cottage, built in the eighteenth century, has been tastefully restored. Features a half lot, stone floors and hearth fire.
The sites listed below are not inspected but are licensed to operate by local councils. Contact the local visitor information office (VIC) for information on facilities, availabilty and location.
From the Sperrin Mountains to Gortin Glen, County Tyrone’s great natural spaces make it a superb outdoor playground for young and old alike. It’s the ideal place for a family break with fun-filled activities abound. So pack up the kids, hit the road
Northern Ireland's love of the potato goes back a long way and we have a rich legacy of dishes derived from it - champ, boxty and, of course, potato bread (fadge, farls) to name a few.
Take a fresh look at County Tyrone and you’ll discover a wealth of hidden gems.
When the weather is good, Northern Ireland's natives love a beer garden. here are some of the best places to enjoy a drink 'al fresco'.
It's easy to get around Northern Ireland. Good roads, public transport and a range of discount passes will help you get to many of our most popular attractions and picturesque landscapes with minimal hassle.
With an eclectic and ever-evolving array of artists, music fans are spoilt for choice when it comes to Northern Ireland's live music scene. Whether you're sitting back to some blues, rocking out in a bar or singing along with the crowd, you're sure
Places to Tell them You’ll Love them Forever
Stallholders across Northern Ireland turn out at regular markets to sell their wares, from artisan food and crafts to records and antiques. Here are some of the best.
Northern Ireland produces some of the finest food and drink in the world.