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Relax in luxury excellent views across Finn Valley.
The Fir Trees Hotel is located on the outskirts of the market town of Strabane. The hotel is ...
Strule Cottage offers first class accommodation and is especially suitable for less mobile visitors.
Relax in luxury with excellent views across Finn Valley.
Ballyskeagh Farmhouse is an idyllic 3bedroom fully equipped farmhouse. Situated on a working ...
The centre offers a wide range of information and services to visitors and locals alike.
A canal side walk leading to the River Foyle
MK's is a family run bed and breakfast and bar, ideally situated in Strabane town centre.
This 10 mile cycle route follows NCN 92 from Newtownstewart to Strabane.
A quiet upland lake route in Strabane`s countryside
A megalithic, wedge-shaped tomb dating from around 4,000 - 4,500 years ago.
Cilento is home to an extensive range of exclusive brand names suitable for the whole family.
Relax in luxury excellent views across Finn Valley. Superbly equipped kitchen, en suite bedrooms.
Expertise in Irish History and genealogy, excellent fishing, hill walking, golf, cycling. Personalised service.
The Fir Trees Hotel is located on the outskirts of the market town of Strabane. The hotel is friendly and family run and provides the ideal base for touring the delights of Donegal and the North West. All bedrooms are ensuite with modern ...
Strule Cottage is now ready for occupation. It offers the same first class accommodation as the other cottages and is especially suitable for our less mobile visitors.
Relax in luxury with excellent views across Finn Valley. Superbly equipped kitchen, en suite bedrooms, downstairs bedroom and wet room. Excellent fishing, hill walking, golf, cycling. Personalised service. Safe play and secure storage areas.
Ballyskeagh Farmhouse is an idyllic 3 bedroom fully equipped farmhouse. Situated on a working farm and beside an equestrian centre located in a beautiful rural scenic location with wonderful views of the Sperrin Mountains. The premises is just ..
A walk along a canal in the process of being restored. Excellent views of the River Foyle and across to Donegal can be gained from the most northern point of the walk.
MK's is a family run bed and breakfast and bar, ideally situated in Strabane town centre. Bedrooms have en suite, TVs and tea and coffee making facilities and there is also a suite for business or leisure customers. Off street parking.
A megalithic, wedge-shaped tomb dating from around 4,000 - 4,500 years ago. The roof of the whole chamber would have been capstoned, however, only one remains. The entrance faces west and has a double portal leading to a single burial chamber.
Cilento is home to an extensive range of exclusive brand names in men’s, women’s & children’s fashion, suitable for the whole family whatever the occasion.
Northern Ireland is home to some truly fabulous events, exhibitions and nightlife experiences. Let our colourful characters make your stay one to remember.
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