A warm welcome awaits you in Creggan, in the foothills of the Sperrin Mountains, where a beautiful rugged landscape unfolds to offer you a taste of life in rural Ireland. Situated midway between Omagh and Cookstown, in the heart of Ulster, the eight traditional style cottages are ideally situated for discovering and exploring the Sperrins.
Each cottage is named after a local townland and is built in a clachan surrounded by forests and peat bogs, with adventure play areas for the children. They have many traditional features including half door, stone floor and pine furniture throughout. Each cottage is fitted with a wood pellet stove providing heating to the kitchen area and solar panels provide hot water using renewable energy sources. Excellent walking trails on and off road tracks. An Creagán Forest/River walk, Biodiversity Trail, Storybook Trail and a 1 km Wheelchair access walk.
o Nearest village/town 3 miles
o Nearest shop 0.2 miles
o Nearest pub/entertainment On-Site
Oven and Hob
Linen and Towels
Ground floor only: Living room with stone hearth and open turf fire, kitchen/dining area, double bedroom, bunk bedroom, bathroom
Children's playground and on site entertainment and activities available.
Outside kennel available at this cottage for dogs. Dogs are not allowed into this cottage.