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Ashbrook House Apartments is set 12 mi from Dungannon and 3.6 mi from Aughnacloyi in the Country Tyrone region. Newry is 30 mi from the property. Free WiFi is offered throughout the property. Lovely space. Apartments were clean and very well equipped.
Within 13 miles of Saint Patrick's Catholic Cathedral and 13 miles of Saint Patrick's Church of Ireland Cathedral, Luxurious KC House provides free WiFi and water sports facilities. The comfort of the stay The toilet was lovely really big Very friendly naibours
Located in Dungannon, 13 miles from Saint Patrick's Catholic Cathedral, Hugh O'Neill Ambassador Suite has a living room with a TV. Lovely and clean apartment right in the heart of Dungannon Close to all shops restaurants and bars, really enjoyed my stay here 100% recommend 👌
The Otton Suite, a property with water sports facilities, is located in Dungannon, 13 miles from Saint Patrick's Catholic Cathedral, 13 miles from Saint Patrick's Church of Ireland Cathedral, as well... Close to the town centre. Clean and really nice hosts.
Located in Dungannon, 15 miles from Saint Patrick's Catholic Cathedral, and Saint Patrick's Church of Ireland Cathedral reachable within 16 miles, Rooms at the Lower House offers a restaurant, a bar... Spacious, comfortable, very well equipped. Finished to a very high standard. Excellent shower, very comfortable bed. Great bar and gastro pub right next door (same owners)
Parkwood House in Dungannon has accommodations with free WiFi, 13 miles from Saint Patrick's Church of Ireland Cathedral, 27 miles from The Garage Theatre and 27 miles from St. Louis Heritage Centre. The cleanliness the personal touches.. The warm cosy rooms.. The quality of bedding. The size. The open balcony
PG McQuaid Suite is located in Dungannon, 13 miles from Saint Patrick's Catholic Cathedral, 13 miles from Saint Patrick's Church of Ireland Cathedral, and 25 miles from The Garage Theatre. The property was clean and in a good location. The bed was nice and comfortable and the host was very helpful over the phone when we couldn’t get the key
We never went into the town centre, my partner and I were more than happy to stay at parkwood relaxing. It's not very often we get to spend quality time together without our kiddies. We did try and book a table at viscounts resturante but unfortunately it was fully booked, so recommend to book in advance. Being fully booked is very reassuring . We did look at different park lands to go and enjoy a nature walk but never actually went, enjoyed relaxing at parkwood to much. If you like fishing there's also a fishery that you can hire out boats for the day. We tried the pg chips chip shop and li's Chinese that was just up the road, both were lovely.
Dungannon is not exactly a tourist Mecca. There's not a lot to see or do there, although there were a few interesting sights. We found that there are a lot of folks from East Timor. Apparently, with East Timor having been a Portuguese settlement, a lot of people emigrated from there to Portugal to get their EU resident status, and then moved to places like Dungannon (within the EU) where, unfortunately, many of them are living off of social services rather than getting jobs and contributing to the economy. That, in turn, creates a very visible "us and them" mentality throughout the community. We were pleasant with everyone we met, but found that darker skinned people treated us cooly and sometimes with suspicion due to the social segregation that seems to be present.
A great friendly area...and a nice place to visit. Excellent food and affordable prices. Access to other surrounding areas is nearby and easy. Visiting family in the nearby area, so Dungannon was ideal.
Unfortunately, we didn't spend much time in Dungannon. It was just a convenient stopping point for the night. We spent the day travelling down through Elmavady, the Sperrin Mountains, across to Loughborough Neagh and on to Dungannon. Spectacular scenery through the Mountains, and the top of Lough Neath very peaceful. This was a good alternative to continuing along the coast road if you need to head south.
Booked Rosehill House for a two nights for family getaway. There were 7 adults and 4 kids with plenty of space for all. Huge rooms, comfortable beds, clean and relaible facilities. Marty the owner was very welcoming and hospitable. He opened the private bar for us on the first night and arranged for a local couple to make traditional bread and butter on the open fire, which was delicious and something the kids could get involved in. Easy access to Stewartstown, Dungannon and Cookstown for local shops bars and restaurants.
Nothing it's a death trap also i was told it was the hole house and what we got was the attic the steps to the tiny attic were highly polished wood. A beem at the bottom of stairs my hubby hit his head on im appalled. We were only there 10 min an had to leave and pay for a hotel.im sure we would love a refund I was shocked. An will be complaint to the company for a full refund I was so disappointed
Stayed here for 1 night and couldn't fault it. Check in was quick and easy and we were able to leave our car at the door. Then walked into Dungannon for the day. The house was spacious, modern and our room was very clean, comfy bed and plenty of space.The owner John was also very friendly and helpful too.
The hotels setting in a little business unit is ideal, choice of takeaway, off license, hairdresser, big supermarket. The staff were beyond helpful. Breakfast was beautiful. This is certainly a gem for the price. Bedroom basic but spotless.
There was a coffee machine - disapointed there was no sugar sachets and milk sachets - the cheapest and most average hotels provide tea and coffee - a bottle of water would also have been inviting - its the little things nowerdays
Lovely and clean apartment right in the heart of Dungannon Close to all shops restaurants and bars, really enjoyed my stay here 100% recommend 👌
Clean comfy hotel with friendly staff