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The Coach Inn

1 Railway Terrace, Omagh, County Tyrone, BT78 5AJ
The Coach Inn

About

The Coach Inn has been an important stopping point for local customers, and those passing through Omagh for many years.

It has built up an enviable reputation for serving good food in friendly and comfortable surroundings.

There is extensive car parking on the main link roads through Omagh, which always makes The Coach Inn an easy stop.

Every Saturday night at The Coach Inn we have live bands playing a great selection of all types of music.

We have a well stocked Off Licence, with weekly in-store offers.

We offer Disabled Car Parking.

Function rooms available for all types of occasions contact Conor on 82243330

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