Things to do in the area
Explore Omagh & The Sperrins...
Whether you're visiting Omagh and the Sperrins for the weekend, a week, or even longer, there's plenty of tourism attractions to see and things to do for all of the family in Tyrone.
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Ulster American Folk Park
T: 028 8224 3292
Gortin Glen Forest Park
T: 028 6634 3165
The Abingdon Collection
T: 028 8224 3373
US Grant Ancestral Homestead
T: 028 8772 8600
Seamus Heaney Home Place
T: 028 7938 7444
Todd's Leap Activity Centre
T: 028 8556 7176
Dunmoyle Forest Spa
Mellon Fun Farm
T: 028 816 61924
C-More Flying School
T: 028 807 61497
Reel Deal Fly Fishing
T: 028 816 58027
Omagh Golf Club
T: 028 8224 3166
Newtownstewart Golf Club
T: 028 816 61466
Driven Game Shooting
T: 028 816 61683
T: 028 8076 1112
T: 028 8224 2777
Fit For Life
T: 028 8224 7117
Omagh Leisure Complex
T: 028 8224 6711
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Discover The Fermanagh Lakelands
A landscape of waterways and geology as fascintating above the surface as it is beneath it.
A short 40 minute drive from our location will take you right in to the heart of the beautiful Fermanagh scenery.
3 Main Street, Belleek, BT933FY
Step back in history as you enter into the famous world of the Belleek Pottery Museum - one of the top visitor attractions in the area. Why not call in to their tearoom and gift shop while you're there?
Cuilcagh Boardwalk Trail
Enniskillen, BT92 1ER
'Providing vital protection to the senstivie blanket bog that lies beneath, this boardwalk trail stretches to the scenic summit of Cuilcagh Mountain.'
Marble Arch Caves
43 Marlbank Road, BT92 1EW
Visit one of 'Europe's finest showcaves and explore a fascinating natural underworld of rivers, winding passages and lofty chambers.'
'#Getonboard' to uncover more of this lakeland region by visiting Fermanagh Lakelands website here!
The only remaining walled city on the island of Ireland, Londonderry is a modern and vibrant city known for its gastronomy, music, history and all things culture.
Just 40 minutes from our hotel base, and only a short trip away from the famous Giant's Causeway, this city is well worth a visit during your stay.
City Walking Tours
11 Carlisle Road, BT48 6JJ
Discover 1,500 years of history and culture enclosed within Ireland's only completely walled city during this five star Tourism NI graded walking tour.
The 'Peace-Bridge' Walk
Derry BT48 7NN
One of Derry's most iconic modern architectural structures, take time to stroll across The 'Peace-Bridge,' which stretches across the River Foyle from one side of the city to the other. Forming the shape of a handshake, this bridge serves as a symbol of peace between the two communities, while offering breath-taking views of the city during the day and its twinkling skyline at night.
The Tower Museum
Derry City Centre
One of Derry's many museums, The Tower Museum is host to two main exhibitions: 'The Story Of Derry' ('telling the colourful and dramatic history of the city from earliest prehistory to the present'); and 'An Armada Shipwreck- La Trinidad Valencera,' ('telling the story of one of the largest ships in the Spanish Armada, which sank... and was rediscovered by divers from the City of Derry Sub-Aqua Club in 1971').
Brunswick Movie Bowl
Brunswick Lane, Pennyburn Industrial Estate, BT48 0LU
Fun for all the family, plan a night of Ten Pin Bowling, a trip to the Movies, or let the kids 'go bananas' at Brunswick's 'Bananas' indoor kids adventure park!
The Craft Village
Shipquay Street, Derry, BT48 6AR
In search of the perfect souvenir? Don't miss an opportunity to visit The Craft Village, with over 70 crafters shops helping form this reconstructed 18th Century Street and 19th Century Square.
To find out lots more about what else you can do during your time in the city, click on the following link for Visit Derry's homepage.
Visit Northern Ireland's Capital City, Belfast, and become immersed in the amazing stories just waiting to be discovered...
1 Olympic Way, Queens Road, Titanic Quarter, Belfast BT3 9EP
Top on the tourist attraction list is 'Titanic Belfast'- a museum set on the waters edge where the famous ship first set sail. A series of interactive and sensory exhibitions brings its history to life, taking you on an unforgettable journey through the shipyard to the depths of the ocean floor.
Click on Visit Belfast to help plan more of your itinerary during your trip.