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Check out these four whimsical Airbnb’s in Co Tyrone

Tullydowey Gate Lodge – from £75 per night 

This quaint gate lodge is situated beside the village of Blackwatertown on the border between counties Tyrone and Armagh. Tullydowey Gate Lodge is a Grade B1 listed property built in 1793.

Restoration of the gate lodge was completed in 2019 and undertaken with the utmost regard for the history of the building with many of the existing 18th century features sympathetically maintained whilst providing the comforts of 21st century living in a traditional country cottage style turning it once again into a real eye catcher.

Photo credit: Ulster Architectural Heritage Society, prior to restoration

Described on Airbnb the property comes complete with modern gas central heating and hot water, bathroom with free standing bath and shower, a fully fitted kitchen with fridge freezer, washing machine and microwave, a bedroom with double bed, and a sitting room with double bed settee, this bed settee is only really suitable for children coming with a family.

There is a wood burning stove, folding table which comfortably sits four people, and a TV and Wi-Fi.

The property also offers ample off-road parking, with the village of Blackwatertown on the doorstep.

Barn Loft – from £85 per night

This delightful three bedroom barn loft located in a beautiful rural location, dates back to the 1830’s and your next door neighbours certainly are not what you would be used to. Look over the pond and you will see all kinds of weird and wonderful animals in the on-site petting farm. If you are feeling peckish and don’t feel like cooking, there’s an on-site restaurant which is open Thursdays to Sundays.

Petting farm Dyanmill farm is open April to October. (entry fees apply).

According to the Arirbnb listing the accommodation comfortably suits up to four adults and two children with the property having wo double beds and two single beds.

Rose Cottage – from £95 per night 

With a forest setting what’s not to love about Rose Cottage. A traditional Irish cottage located in an idyllic setting in the heart of mid-Ulster. It is an ideal for exploring Lough Neagh, Giants Causeway and the North Coast.

Listed on Airbnb, the owners describe the cottage as being “ideal for girly retreats, small BBQ’s and family trips”

Local attractions include the local pub, the Old cross of Ardboe, Cluntoe WWll Airfield, Lough Neagh and Beaghmore Stone Circles to mention a few.

Photo credit: Visit Mid-Ulster

Less than an hour down the road and you can visit neighbouring Armagh with it’s famous Cathedrals, and Armagh Planaterium as well as the ancient site of Mhacha Navan Fort.

Flowerhill Cottage – from £104 per night 

Front facade of this18th century Barn with the date stone 1784. The Cottage has two entrances

Flowerhill Cottage is situated in the centre of Northern Ireland, close to Coalisland in Tyrone.

An 18th Century building, this barn which has been sympathetically restored to an exceptional standard. In 2021 they current owners replaced the bathroom, installed new triple glazing and completed redecorated.

The accommodation comprises of two bedrooms, one bathroom, an open plan kitchen/dining area, and living room with double sofa bed and a wood burning stove.

The accommodation can be altered to suit the needs of any guest. Cot and high chairs can be provided upon request.

As per the listing guests have the use of the entire two bedroom cottage including a sofa bed in the living room. The Cottage is adjacent to the owners farm house.

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