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Discover Tyrone and the Sperrin Mountains

Tyrone is a picturesque county in Northern Ireland that is just steeped in history and culture. You’ll be spoilt for choice on how to spend your days in this beautiful county as there's something for everyone to enjoy! From the vibrant and lively towns, to the tranquil rolling countryside, Co Tyrone lends itself to such a wonderful range of activities. It’s also home to Northern Ireland’s largest mountain range, the spectacular Sperrin Mountains, which truly are a sight to behold.

The Sperrins

Search for bed and breakfast accommodation near the Sperrin Mountains in County TyroneThe Sperrins are an area of stunning natural beauty and boast an extensive range of walking and cycling trails that cater to all levels of experience. The heather-clad mountain range, which spans an impressive 40 miles, boasts a fantastic range of different terrains, including quiet valleys and boggy uplands. The Sperrins are home to the Cavancaw Gold Mine and also to 90 sets of stone circles, including the famous Beaghmore Stone Circles, whose alignments correlate to the movements of the sun, moon and stars.

Walking Trails

Book a B&B near the Sperrin Mountains in County TyroneAn example of the many fantastic walking trails on offer is that of An Créagan Forest and River Trail which is approximately 3.5 miles in length. The circular trail is suitable for all the family and is well signposted along the way. It brings you through the beautiful Creggan Forest and you will enjoy magnificent views of the Sperrin Mountains throughout. On completion of this peaceful trail, you can pop into the An Créagan Visitors Centre where you can relax in the fantastic restaurant and have a browse through the craft shop.

Must-do Activities

Search for B&B accommodation near the Ulster American Folk Park in County TyroneOther must-do activities when visiting Co Tyrone include the Ulster American Folk Park, Lissan House, Castle Caulfield and Peatlands Park to name but a few. Tyrone is also home to many top-class restaurants and cafes, fantastic shopping centres and friendly pubs for some live music entertainment in the evenings. When visiting this fabulous county, why not choose to stay in a Tyrone B&B where you will be welcomed like one of the family?

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Posted: 27 May 2015 by Claire Regan | with 0 comments

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