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Arvalee Retreat

58 Arvalee Road, Arvalee, Omagh, Co Tyrone, BT79 0LU
Arvalee Retreat


My modern home is a haven of peace and tranquility with the rolling countryside offering privacy, great and great views: Perfect to relax and unwind. A central base to explore the surrounding area and Northern Ireland. Bedrooms are spacious and super comfy.

1 room has on suite, 2nd has use of private bathroom. Toiletries supplied. Outside area has BBQ and seating area: A hot tub which seats up to 6 people (extra cost). Onsite parking.

Town centre with its great shopping and restaurants is 2.5 miles. Local attractions include Ulster American Folk Park, Gortin Glen Forest Park.

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