Arandale House Bed & Breakfast
Arandale is a highly recommended Bed & Breakfast located just 1.5 miles East of Omagh, on the B4 road, near the picturesque village of Killyclogher. It is centrally situated for the hospitals, Ulster American Folk Park, An Creaggan and Dun Uladh Heritage centres and many other places of historical interest.
Dun Uladh is the regional cultural centre for Comhaltas Ceoltori Eireann It promotes all aspects of Irish traditional culture, in particular, Song, dance, language and music. There is a traditional music session every Saturday night which is open to locals and visitors.
Arandale Omagh is a perfect base from which to explore Northern Ireland's many treasures, such as, The Giants Causeway, Fermanagh lakes and caves and the scenic Sperrin Mountains.
The Sperrin's rugged countryside is an area of outstanding natural beauty, stretching from Donegal border in the west to Lough Neagh in the east and the Atlantic shores in the north. Arandale, Omagh is the perfect base from which to enjoy cycling, walking, fishing, golfing or for taking a leisurely drive on one of four scenic driving routes to enjoy the breathtaking views.
Discover the truth behind the Beaghmore stone circles, which date back to 1500bc or visit Banagher Old Church dating back to 11th century
Omagh is an excellent venue for genealogy researchers who can avail of the data base at the Ulster American Folk Park.
Arandale has 3 modern bedrooms each tastefully decorated and furnished with hospitality tray, hairdryer and television. Complimentary shampoo and gel. Family room is available and suitable for small children. Parking is private and off road.
Cot, Highchair ad wireless internet access are available on request.
Arandale is managed by Rita, an experienced nurse who will assure you of a warm Irish welcome
||66 Drumnakilly Road
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This page was last updated: 22 February 2010