The Valley Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
TripAdvisor Reviews The Valley Hotel Fivemiletown
Travel Blogs from Fivemiletown
... very picturesque. We never left there until 7.30pm. Had a great time - another afternoon tea!, Joseph has a bit of a photographic memory and was rattling off everyone's family tree. Gerard has a very bright mind and a wonderful sense of humor, but you have to listen carefully. Jean and Patricia are great fun and close sister in laws. An extremely nice family as were Gerry and Tina and Mary ...
... Gerry and Tina are a very nice couple and Tina's sister Mary was there to meet us as well. Tina and Mary are Kevin's second cousins. (Pat Owens is their uncle). Gerry is the sheep scanner who went to NZ about 10yrs ago, stayed with Bernard and Margaret. Again a very hospitable lovely family. We met Bronagh, their daughter and Keirran their son. Bronagh's children Aadhan (Aidan), Fionna (Finn) and Eabha (Ava). See pics. We never left theirs until ...
... Ireland was the much more prosperous of the two "countries" When the peace agreement came about, the roading and development began in earnest. Bill Clinton was responsible for a lot of American business settling in Nthn Ireland - they now have a lot of Chinese influence as well. Quickly catching up and overcoming the republic again when the euro crashed. Found the commemoration to Harry Ferguson (of ferguson tractor fame), had a 3km walk around Hillsborough lake and got lost ...
... however, they soon link into the boating community to find a Captain in distress...his hatch cover has fallen over the side and rain is pouring into his cabin. Drum beat please...It is cold, it is wet, the water temperature is worse than the Antartic and Ian springs into his bathers and jumps into the algae filled lake! Alex is topside Engineer with the boat hook probing the mud for signs of metal...found...down goes the diver and ...
... by a curtain wall.
Glenveagh is much more modern not having been built until 1875 it’s a castle in name only. Built for some fellow who made his money in America then came back to Ireland, bought up about 1600 hectares of land, evicted all the tenant farmers who lived here, about 60 families, then had the castle built. Many of those families emigrated to Australia.
It is quite a setting really as seen now with the mature gardens ...