Clogher

  1. The Cottage

    Clogher, County Tyrone

  2. Clogher Cathedral - for EHOD 2014

    Clogher, County Tyrone

    Diocesan Cathedral built 1744 by Bishop John Stearne: Architect James Martin. Read more

  3. Clogher Valley Country Caravan Park

    Clogher, County Tyrone

    400 yards off A4 between Clogher and Fivemiletown, signposted. Nestled in 18 acres of parkland . Read more

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  4. Ronnie Campbell

    Clogher, County Tyrone

    Ronnie holds The National Angling Certificate and is a member of The National Angling Guides ... Read more

  5. The Carleton Trail - for EHOD 2014

    Clogher, County Tyrone

    The Carleton trail is named in honour of the local 19th Century poet and novelist, William ... Read more

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  6. The Spa at Corick House Hotel

    Clogher, County Tyrone

    The luxury Spa facility at Corick House offers guests a retreat from the stress of everyday ... Read more

  7. Tom Woods

    Clogher, County Tyrone

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  8. Knockmany Passage Tomb - for EHOD 2014

    Clogher, County Tyrone

    A chambered burial cairn built of large slabs of local sandstone. Read more

  9. Knockmany Passage Grave

    Clogher, County Tyrone

    On top of a steep hill, the tomb has a modern cairn over the top to protect prehistoric stones ... Read more

  10. Saint Macartan's Cathedral

    Clogher, County Tyrone

    Architect: James Martin. Built by Bishop John Stearne in 1744, the cathedral is " cruciform, ... Read more

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