About Tullyvar Cottage

Tullyvar Cottage is a stunning cottage, decorated to the highest specification with fabulous mountain views.

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Tullyvar Cottage from the outside

About | Tullyvar Cottage

Accommodation Specifications

Property Type:
Cottage (detached)

Accommodation Type:
Fully Furnished

Floor Area:
2700 sq. ft.

Location Type:
Rural, Village

4 ring stove, Washing machine, Fridge, Hob, Clothes dryer, Grill, Oven, Dish washer, Microwave, Freezer

Living Room:
Fireplace, Comfy seating for 16 people

Dining area, Seating for 8 people

3 Bathrooms - One full bathroom is located downstairs while the main bathroom and shower room are located upstairs. Good disability access to downstairs bedrooms and bathroom.

Bathroom 1 - Toilet, Bath with Shower, Shower Enclosure, Jacuzzi, A steam room is also available.

Bathroom 2 - Toilet, Bath with Shower

Bathroom 3 - Toilet, Shower Enclosure

5 bedrooms, sleeps maximum of 8 people

Bedroom 1 - has a large en suite shower room with sink and toilet.

Bedroom 2 - can be classified as a single room however it has a small double bed.

Bedroom 3 - has 2 single beds and is situated beside the luxury bathroom with shower, jacuzzi bath and steam room,sink and toilet.

Bedroom 4 - has a large double bed and is situated beside the downstairs bathroom with electric shower, bath, sink and toilet.

Bedroom 5 - has two single beds.

Parking, Child’s swing, Garage, Garden, Barbecue, 10 garden chairs

Notes: A luxury BBQ House is provided on a raised garden at the rear of the property. A large table with 10 cushioned seats is situated by the BBQ House. The jacuzzi is a corner jacuzzi style bath located in the main bathroom upstairs.

Activities | Restaurants, Museums & More

Things to do nearby

Todd’s Leap near Tullyvar Cottage

Todd’s Leap

Todds leap is Irelands biggest activity centre, with all sorts of things to do including; Paintballing, Archery, Shooting, Blidfold driving and more!

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Lavender Health Spa near Tullyvar Cottage

Lavender Health Spa

Lavender Health Spa was designed to revive the mind and body after the stress and tension that we experience in our everyday lives.

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The Carleton Restaurant near Tullyvar Cottage

Award Winning Restaurant

The Carleton Restaurant, features a contemporary Irish European menu, influenced by the seasons and the exceptional produce of Ulster.

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Ulster Folk Museum near Tullyvar Cottage

Ulster Folk Museum

Wander through the beautiful parkland of the Ulster Folk Museum. Encounter costumed locals, cottages, farm dwellings, schools & shops.

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Ulster Transport Museum near Tullyvar Cottage

Ulster Transport Museum

Be transported back in time and explore one of the most thrilling and comprehensive transport collections in Europe.

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Ulster American Folk Park near Tullyvar Cottage

Ulster American Folk Park

Follow the trail of thousands of emigrants from the thatched cottages of Ulster, on board a full-scale emigrant ship to the American Frontier.

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The Area | Tyrone & Clogher Valley

History of the area

Tullyvar Cottage is situated on the edge of the Clogher Valley which is steeped in ancient Irish history. The scenic Clogher Valley is often referred to as ‘Carleton Country’, because it was the home of the acclaimed 19th century poet and novelist William Carleton. In a time of the Irish peasant before the Great Famine of the mid 1840’s the area and his surroundings gave Carleton the inspiration for his work.

The Carleton Country Trail is a way marked trail which follows walking and cycling routes, taking in many of the landmarks which have Carleton associations and which allow you to enjoy this beautiful and historical countryside. Clogher is one of the most ancient places in Ireland and was once the capital city of the Principality of Oriel. The most famous of its buildings is the cathedral, in which is preserved the ‘Cloghor’ one of the ‘Three stones of Erin’. Although a monastery stood here in earlier times, (two high crosses still survive) and was followed by a medieval cathedral, the present building dates from the mid 18th century. According to legend, the first bishop of Clogher was St MacCairthinn, the ‘strong man’ of St Patrick.

On the outskirts of neighbouring Ballygawley a breathtaking view can be seen from Errigal Keerogue. Here lie the ruins of St Kieran’s Church with its very early cross. The church is said to date from 1489 and was of Franciscan foundation. In the village of Augher is Spur Royal Castle, a typical plantation castle with an interesting history. Just outside Augher, in pre-Patrick history a hill was given the name of Knockmany, the Hill of Aine, a Pagan Goddess of Love. On the summit, to this day, is a large grave called Knockmany Chambered Cairn on whose stones are carved strange concentric circles. No one is quite sure what these circles represent but some scholars connect them to the religious cult of a Mother Goddess in ancient Syria about 3000BC. Another ancient site situated only a few miles from Tullyvar Cottage and located in the picturesque Favor Royal Forest is St Patricks Chair and Well which is reputed to have mistical powers. Why not visit Tullyvar Cottage and absorb the diverse and interesting history of the Clogher Valley and enjoy the myths and legends.

Maneely & Co. Estate Agents | Available for long term rental

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This fantastic family home is available for long-term rental. If you are interested, please get in touch with the agent.

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