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Clanabogan House Star Rating 2        
85 Clanabogan Road

Clanabogan Country House is set in 5 acres of attractive woodland and gardens, in tranquil countryside, just 3 miles from Omagh town centre in the scenic Sperrin area. The locality provides a host of things to do and see including walking, fishing, golf, cycling, National Trust properties, the Ulster American Folk Park, The Gortin Glen Forest Park, Beaghmore Stone Circles, Fermangh Lakelands, Bear Essentials & Silver Bear Centre and much more. The B&B is also an ideal base from which to set out on day trips to The Giant's Causeway, Donegal with its magnificent beaches, Armagh, Belfast or the walled city of Londonderry/Derry.
Silverbirch Hotel Omagh Star Rating 3        
Gortin Road

This modern hotel is a mile from the town centre and 5 miles from the Ulster American Folk Park open-air museum. Warm rooms with classic wood furnishings offer flat-screen TVs, free Wi-Fi, and tea and coffeemaking facilities. Upgraded rooms add iPod docks, and sitting areas with sofabeds.
The Valley Hotel Star Rating 3        
60 Mian Street

The The Valley Hotel is perfectly located for both business and leisure guests to Fivemiletown. All hotel's guestrooms have all the conveniences expected in a hotel in its class to suit guests' utmost comforts. Each guestroom is fully equipped with non smoking rooms, bathrobes, daily newspaper, desk, hair dryer.
Cohannon Inn & Auto Lodge Dungannon Star Rating 2        
212 Ballynakilly Rd, Jct. 14, M1

Discover all that Dungannon has to offer with Cohannon Inn as a base. All hotel's guestrooms have all the conveniences expected in a hotel in its class to suit guests' utmost comforts. Each guestroom is fully equipped with non smoking rooms, daily newspaper, television, bathtub, separate shower and tub, coffee/tea maker.
Tullylagan Country House Hotel Star Rating 3        
40b Tullylagan Road

Set on 30 landscaped acres, this 19th-century country hotel is 4.9 miles from the historic Wellbrook Beetling Mill and 6.8 miles from Drum Manor Forest Park.
Royal Hotel Cookstown Star Rating 3        
64-72 Coagh Street

Set an 11-minute walk from the centre of Cookstown, this laid-back hotel lies 5 miles from both Drum Manor Forest Park and Springhill House. The relaxed rooms with simple furnishings feature free Wi-Fi and TVs, as well as tea and coffeemaking facilities. The hotel offers free parking.
Kensington Lodge B&B Star Rating 4        
194 Killyman Road

This cosy, upscale B&B just off the M1 motorway is 2.5 miles from the Oak Shopping Centre and 3.3 miles from Dungannon Golf Club.
Charlemont House Star Rating 2        
4 The Square Moy, Dungannon

Off the A29, this cozy, family-run guesthouse was built in 1860 and features a Georgian staircase. It's also 7.5 miles from the Armagh County Museum and 7.
Ardgort Country House        
34 Lower Strabane Road

Ardgort Country House is a great choice for a stay in Castlederg. Free perks include WiFi, self parking, and full breakfast available daily. Other highlights include a garden, and rooms offer flat-screen TVs and room service.
Kellys Inn        
232 Omagh Road

Kellys Inn is a great choice for a stay in Omagh. You can unwind with a drink at the bar / lounge, and the restaurant is the perfect spot to grab a bite to eat. Rooms offer LCD TVs and free WiFi.
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One of the most beautiful of Ireland's inland counties, Tyrone has a fine variety of scenery, mountains and gentle hills, glens and river valleys, moorland and little plains. There is some low land bordering Lough Neagh in the east, and in the river valleys in the north-west, but the rest of the county is hilly, and towards the County Derry border in the north and land piles up in the 2,000 foot peaks of the Sperrin Mountains.

This is a wild yet welcoming land of forests, mountains and a rich historic heritage. For a change of pace (and a spot of shopping) savour the atmosphere of busy towns such as Omagh, Dungannon and Cookstown.

In the north-west of Ireland, it's capital is Omagh, outside of which the Ulster Heritage Folk Park, attracts thousands of visitors annually.