Covid -19 - Update from Simon Brien Residential

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Co Tyrone

From the wild beauty of the glorious Sperrins to the shores of Lough Neagh, you’ll find a wide range of diverse scenery in Northern Ireland’s largest county as well as some of its most atmospheric towns and villages.

About Co Tyrone

From the wild beauty of the glorious Sperrins to the shores of Lough Neagh, you’ll find a wide range of diverse scenery in Northern Ireland’s largest county as well as some of its most atmospheric towns and villages. Its main town Omagh has a relaxed, friendly vibe while Dungannon and Cookstown, with its famously wide main street, offer country town living at its best. Historic villages like Moy and Fivemiletown are also in demand.

Wherever you are in Tyrone you won’t be far from great expanses of stunning scenery and there’s all kinds of leisure pursuits available for those who love the great outdoors, like hiking, cycling, canoeing, angling and golfing. Omagh to Derry takes around an hour and with the M1 connecting Dungannon and Belfast.

Ideal for

Those who love relaxed country town living and rural bliss. Great for families.


Sperrin Mountains, and Moy Village.

The Market

Wide range of good value houses, ideal for getting on property ladder. No shortage of charming period homes in towns like Omagh and villages like Moy.

Popular Places

Gortin Glen Forest Park, Ulster American Folk Place & Argory.

Experience Co Tyrone

Eat & Drink

The Brewer’s House

Tucked away in charming Donaghmore, this upmarket gastro pub doesn’t just offer a great range of food from beer battered fish to roast venison, it’s helping spread the craft beer revolution too.

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Otter Lodge

With its stunning riverside location and award-winning food, it’s little wonder this Cookstown favourite has been packing in customers for over 25 years. Great value too.

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Black Cat

This chic eaterie overlooking a lake in Ballygawley serves some of the best food you will find west of the Bann.

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The Ryandale Inn

Take a break from antique shopping in the lovely village of Moy and get stuck into fine food based on top local produce. Make sure you book for their ever-popular Sunday carvery.

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Inisor Jewllery

Choose stunning hand crafted jewellery or help design your own rings with top quality diamonds at this Cookstown outlet. You can even see jewellery being made in their specially designed factory and showroom.

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Linen Green Designer Village

This stylishly converted former linen factory hosts some great accessory shops, designer label boutiques and the ever-popular Deli on the Green for bistro style food.

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Moy Antiques

In a village renowned for antiques this series of cottages features a world of treasures from the past, including wonderful 19th and 20th century furniture. Great place to look if you’re thinking of going retro.

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Tattykeel Design Studio

A couple of miles outside Omagh, you’ll find some truly unique designer handbags and beautiful silk and velvet scarves courtesy of artist Kathleen Ward.

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Parks & Recreation

Sperrin Mountains

Spanning 40 miles on both sides of the border with Co Derry, the wild Sperrins are the largest and highest mountain range in Northern Ireland and host fantastic hiking, horse riding and cycling.

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Blackwater Canoe Trail

Meandering through some of the most beautiful scenery in Ireland, the 20 km canoe trail along the Blackwater offers the perfect way to unwind. Stop off at the National Trust’s wonderful Argory en route.

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Newtownstewart Golf Club

At the foot of Bessy Bell Mountain, part of the ancestral estate of the Duke of Abercorn, you couldn’t find a more beautiful course to enjoy your golf.

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Dungannon Leisure Centre

With pools, sports hall, squash courts, gym, steam room, spinning and sauna, this is a great place to keep fit and teach the kids to swim, with all kinds of activities and classes on offer. Near lovely Dungannon Park.

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