Corick House

Corick Road, Clogher, County Tyrone, Northern Ireland, BT76 0BZ, United Kingdom | Hotel
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This hotel is located on Corick Road, Clogher.
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    Travel Blogs from Clogher

    SIXMILECROSS - MULLIN/OWENS

    A travel blog entry by jukes on Sep 09, 2014

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    ... Jean phoned her brother Gerard, he suffers from Parkinson's, and arranged that we go to their place later in the afternoon. We never realised that Gerard and Patricia lived on the outskirts of Sixmilecross. We managed to keep up with Jean (driving) and Joseph, she has a little blue car and man did she drive it! We drove into Sixmilecross from Beragh direction and it was beautiful drive ...

    SIXMILECROSS - MULLIN/OWENS

    A travel blog entry by jukes on Sep 08, 2014

    15 photos

    ... except for Mick and Maggie (they say he wanted to leave also but she did not). Charlie and family left from here as well. On the way back to Owens, she took us to call on Pat's sister in law, Maura, his brother Kevin's wife (Kevin died earlier this year). They all remember Charlie and his family. 1.30pm We headed off for Gerry and Tina McNamee, in Draperstown, about 1/2hr away. A rather bleak drive, bit of an altitude and we drove in the direction of the ...

    Father's Day special.

    A travel blog entry by jukes on Sep 07, 2014

    19 photos

    ... word was phoned to police to notify them to clear the area of civilians. The idea was to cripple the English economy, not to maim or kill. She was so interesting - a real school teacher. Told of rebuilding what had been knocked down, then rebuilding what had been knocked down again, and rebuilding what had been knocked down, again and again, during the troubles. 20yrs ago before the Republic of Ireland joined the EU as an agricultural country and gained such financial ...

    Tales of the Riverbank (and other rank stories)

    A travel blog entry by leprovost on Aug 11, 2014

    1 comment, 17 photos

    ... Well...the very wet tail end of it anyway! And so to tell tales of our trip:

    Ian, the Hero, Performs at the Enniskillen Festival!

    Our damp and soggy start saw us motor for Enniskillen, the main town on Lough Erne, the ladies go out doing the hunting and gathering. This is our first taste of Irish (of which there are many) at the shops a sign "24 hours...Open Sunday 1 pm - 5 pm". Meanwhile the men are left with a lively ...

    Episode 9

    A travel blog entry by bennybeanbear on Jun 26, 2014

    77 photos

    ... castle. This one built in mid 1500’s too, by the O’Donnell’s and added too and altered in the early 1600’s when it was granted to Sir Basil Brooks after the O’Donnells fled to Spain. It is quite small compared to Norman castles. The Vikings had a fort here in the 9th century: The town is quite small and pretty situated as it is around a small inlet.

    As we travelled west along the coast we passed the main ...