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IrelandWelcome to our page of information, attractions and places of interest around Omagh. The Omagh hotels listed below are either in the town or we have given a rough guide as to how far they are from Omagh. Northern Ireland is a land of blue mountains and deep forests, lakes, windswept moors and white Atlantic sands. The scenic beauty and the variety of the landscape make Northern Ireland a great place to explore. We hope you enjoy your stay and find your ideal accommodation from our list of Omagh hotels.

Omagh is in County Tyrone, Northern Ireland and is situated where the rivers Drumragh and Camowen meet to form the Strule. It is the county town of Tyrone, having taken the title from Dungannon around 1768. The town is said to owe its origins to an abbey founded in 792 AD.

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Attractions Omagh Courthouse, High Street, Omagh, County Tyrone BT78. This courthouse dominates the High Street and is the town’s most distinctive building. The architect of this magnificent structure was John Hargrave of Cork. The structure, as seen today incorporates the plan of an Old Market House around which it was built. It was constructed in two parts between 1814 and 1863 at a cost of £17,000. The Tuscan columned portico was added in 1824. Location: In the centre of Omagh.

Omagh Courthouse

Attractions Sacred Heart Church, Castle Street, Omagh, County Tyrone BT78. This church was designed by William Hague and dedicated by Cardinal Logue in 1899. It was built on the highest point in the town, replacing the old chapel of St Peter and St Paul built in Brook Street in 1829. The Rose Window with the High Altar below was provided by parishioners, who had emigrated to New York, as a memorial to the late Archbishop Hughes, first Archbishop of St Patrick’s Cathedral, New York. It has been recently re-furbished. Location: In the centre of Omagh.

Sacred Heart Church

Attractions ULSTER AMERICAN FOLK PARK, CASTLETOWN, OMAGH, COUNTY TYRONE BT78 5QY - TEL: 028 8224 3292. The open-air museum tells the story of emigration from Ulster to America in the 18th & 19th centuries and provides visitors with a "living history" experience on its outdoor site. Costumed demonstrators go about their everyday tasks in the traditional manner in authentically furnished Old and New World buildings. The Ship and Dockside Gallery features a full-size reconstruction of an early 19th century sailing ship of the type which carried thousands of emigrants across the Atlantic. About 2 miles north of Omagh.


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Clanabogan Country House
Guest House B & B
85, Clanabogan Road
Co.Tyrone BT78 1SL
(approx 2 miles from Omagh)
Hotel near Omagh. Period residence set in tranquil woodlands & gardens 2 miles from Omagh off A32 Enniskillen Road. Friendly spacious accommodation.Clanabogan guest house accommodation Omagh
 Tel/Fax: 028 82 241171
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