Erganagh House

Erganagh House is a former Rectory, built in the late 18th century and situated in a designated area of outstanding natural beauty. The are is renowned for fishing, with the waterways stretching from the Foyle in Derry till it meets the Strule in Omagh. There are many visitor attractions in the area including the American Folk Park, which boasts an extensive genealogy centre and the Gortin Forest Park.

For golfers there is an abundance of Golf Courses whilst for cyclists and walkers the area offers a variety from hillwalking and forest trails to the safety of a network of cycle paths. Erganagh is the perfect base for exploring Ulster which is rich in archaeology and historical sites such as the Giant's Causeway and a host of National Trust Properties. Please note that prices are in Sterling.

Tom & Collette Mayers
Erganagh House
21 Glenpark Road
Co Tyrone
Tel: (+44) 28 82252852
Fax: (+44) 28 82252852

  • Three rooms, all with private bathrooms
  • B&B: Stg£40 - Stg£50 pps
  • Single supplement: Stg£15
  • Dinner: Stg£28, book by noon
  • Smoking Restricted
  • Group bookings welcome
  • Open: 1 January to 23 December
  • Credit Cards: Not accepted


From Omagh take B38 towards Gortin. The gates and gate lodge are on the right after 3 miles.


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37 Lower Baggot Street, Dublin 2 - Ireland
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