The historic county of gold, crafts and… gliding!
Northern Ireland’s mountain beauties are a walker's paradise
Visitors are welcome to peruse the wide range of paintings.
This 10 mile cycle route follows NCN 92 from Newtownstewart to Strabane.
A series of circular walking routes through unspoilt countryside.
It's a sure sign that spring has arrived when the bright yellow heads of daffodils appear.
Start at the Railway Viaduct in Dromore Park.
A warm welcome awaits you in An Creagán Visitor Centre situated at the foothills of the Sperrins.
Our company promotes a safe and conscientious approach to all activities, providing assurance ...
Come and see our wonderful displays of snowdrops.
Challenge yourself to an exhilarating 7km bespoke mountain bike trail set in the grounds of the ...
The Alley Arts and Conference Centre is an award winning theatre complex.
Lap The Lough is an annual, not-for-profit cycle event around Lough Neagh, Ireland. This is Lap 12.
Immerse yourself in the story of Irish emigration at the museum that brings it to life.
Dún Uladh is a centre which showcases Irish culture: dance, song, language, crafts and much more.
Many American Presidents claim ancestral links to Ulster.
£72.50pps includes 1 night B&B, 4 course meal and use of our luxurious leisure facilities
£79.00pps includes 2 nights B&B and use of our luxurious leisure facilities
£62.50pps includes dinner, B&B and ticket to Seamus Heaney Homeplace
£110 PP Based On A Group of 10 - Smaller Group Prices Available
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