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We recently chatted to Carrie-Anne of The Mellon Country Inn about their fantastic, New York-inspired accommodation in County Tyrone.
The Mellon Country Inn is a family-owned and family-run 3 star hotel in the heart of the Sperrin Mountains in the west of Co. Tyrone.
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The Irish-American Mahoney family from Augher, Co. Tyrone purchased the property in 2016 and completed an extensive refurbishment, with their grand re-opening on St Patrick’s Day in 2017. The Mellon Country Inn has been a mainstay on the A5 main road between Omagh and Derry/Londonderry for decades, beginning its life originally as Paddy Brown’s Bar. It’s now an 18-room hotel with Conferencing facilities, a Ballroom, and a Bar and Restaurant on site.
Our biggest asset is our location – we are central to Donegal, Tyrone, Derry/Londonderry and Fermanagh. Perfect for travellers and daytrippers alike!
We pride ourselves on our excellent customer service and hospitality.
Ulster American Folk Park (5 minutes away); Strule Arts Centre in Omagh; Harry Avery’s Castle in Newtownstewart; Bessie Bell and Mary Gray mountains nearby – lots of walking trails; Gortin Glens Forest Park with its play park, deer and ducks, 5 mile scenic drive, and mountain biking trail.
Dogs are welcome for a drink at the Bar, but not to stay overnight.
Spacious and comfortable rooms with views of the Sperrin Mountains and Strule River, free parking, onsite Bar and Restaurant.
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Personal service and the craic in the Bar on a Saturday night!
Its central location to many tourist attractions; 25 minutes from the Irish border; Irish-American hospitality; excellent value accommodation packages.
Find out more about The Mellon Country Inn here.
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