Stunning five-bed, family-friendly house situated within the lush Co Tyrone countryside
Aghaloo House is a charming, spacious house, tucked into a tranquil location just a stone’s throw from the local towns and villages of scenic Co Tyrone.
Introduced by an expansive private driveway with space for four cars, the property comfortably sleeps ten guests. The master bedroom features a super king size bed and the second bedroom has a king bed, while bedrooms three and four include super king beds which can be split into singles to accommodate individual needs, no matter who’s staying.
The fifth bedroom includes two single beds, so is ideal for younger children or friends. Top quality bed linen and towels will also be provided for your ease and comfort.
Stylish living and dining areas welcome up to 10 people, with all rooms having smart TVs with access to satellite channels and DVD players. Two roaring fireplaces create a cosy setting and the perfect place to snuggle up during the winter months.
A fully equipped kitchen includes state-of-the-art facilities with a dishwasher, freezer, grill, washing machine and tumble dryer.
Aghaloo House booking and availability
- Weekend – £455
- Week (7 nights) – £750 – £890
- Other Options Available Contact us
- Check-in is from 3 pm
- Departure is by 11 am
Elsewhere, the contemporary styled property includes two bathrooms and three toilets, with central heating throughout to keep you warm in winter. Aghaloo House also benefits from free Wi-Fi, to keep in touch with loved ones at home or help out with last-minute excursion plans.
The property includes a handsome private garden; the ideal place to relax and enjoy the fresh Irish air year-round. The garden has BBQ facilities and features a wishing well for adding that extra magic to your stay. And yes, you’ll probably just wish you can come back again!
Aghaloo House boasts a prime location in the picturesque county and acts as the perfect starting-off point to explore the many wonders of Northern Ireland’s sprawling countryside.
The house is set in 60 acres of land where you can go walking, and there’s a man-made lake suitable for having a picnic or fishing. This lake also has a history to it, as in the days of the battle of The Yellow Ford – Carnteels Petty Chief John O’Neil played an active part defeating the English Army. In times of danger he would retreat to a dwelling on the artificial island surrounded by the man made lake. Local history talks of stones leading to the island from the edge surrounding the lake, though these are yet to be found.
Many highlights of the Northern Irish countryside are within easy reach of the property including both the capital city of Belfast (under one hour by car) and Dublin, which also makes for a comfortable day trip. Both cities feature an abundance of award-winning restaurants and family-friendly museums to keep everyone entertained. For something closer to home, the historic village of Aughnacloy is just two miles from the house.
Please refer to our around the area page for a full list of the surrounding area’s highlights. Please note that Aghaloo House is a no-smoking, pet-free property that is unfortunately not accessible by wheelchair.
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