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County Tyrone, known for its prehistoric sites, forest parks and the impressive Sperrin Mountains. The perfect base for hill walkers and adventure seekers alike.

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Tyrone - Big, Proud and Picturesque

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Tyrone is the largest of the six counties in Northern Ireland and is renowned for its prehistoric sites, scenic forest parks and the impressive Sperrin Mountains. Tyrone is an ideal location for hill-walkers, cyclists and bird-watching enthusiasts and the County acts as a perfect base for touring the rest of Northern Ireland as it is situated in the heart of Northern Ireland

Ulster American Folk Park TyroneHistory and Heritage

County Tyrone is a historical hub and there are several tourist attractions to visit. The Ulster American Folk Park, Tyrone Crystal and the Wellbrook Beetling Mill are perfect day trips while heritage sites such as the 10th Century Ardboe Cross, the Iron Age Fort and Stone Circles are extremely interesting sites. Our video below from Discover Northern Ireland shows Ardboe Cross and takes you on a historic tour of Tyrone.

Outdoors

The heather clad slopes of The Sperrin Mountains dominate the countryside of Tyrone which provides the perfect playground for any outdoor adventurer. Golfing, horse-riding and cricket are very popular in Tyrone and Lough Neagh is the perfect destination for angling and sailing. With large parts of The Sperrin Mountains still uncovered, why not do some exploring of your own.
 
Bed and Breakfast accommodation is an ideal base for exploring the delights of County Tyrone. Enjoy the hospitality of a B&B with a warm welcome and refreshments on arrival.

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