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Dungannon and South Tyrone Borough Council

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  1. Where is Dungannon & South Tyrone?
  2. What are the opening times of the Tourist Office?
  3. Where can I stay in Dungannon and South Tyrone?
  4. Can you recommend a restaurant in the area?
  5. How far is Dungannon from Dublin
 
Q1. Where is Dungannon & South Tyrone?

A. The Borough of Dungannon and South Tyrone covers an area of 315 square miles in the southern region of Co Tyrone, Northern Ireland. It stretches from the shores of Lough Neagh in the west through the Clogher Valley to the border with Fermanagh in the east, down to the national border with County Monaghan in the south and up to the foothills of the Sperrins.

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Q2. What are the opening times of the Tourist Office?

A.

Killymaddy TIC, located on the main A4 Dungannon-Ballygawley Road,
open All Year Round Mon-Fri 9am-5pm.

Special Opening Times are as follows:
Easter – June Mon-Fri 9-5 and Sat/Sun 10am-4pm,
July-Sept Mon-Thurs 9am-6pm, Fri 9am-7pm and Sat/Sun 9am-5pm



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Q3. Where can I stay in Dungannon and South Tyrone?

A.

Dungannon and South Tyrone is known as the heartland of Irish hospitality. For a full list of bed and breakfast, guesthouse, and hotel accommodation, visit http://www.flavouroftyrone.com/. If you prefer to spend your nights in the great outdoors, Dungannon boasts a top of the range caravan and camping facility at Dungannon Park, or at Roundlake in Fivemiletown.
Tel: Killymaddy TIC on 028 8776 7259 for booking information.



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Q4. Can you recommend a restaurant in the area?

A. Tyrone is the only county in Northern Ireland with a Good Food Guide,

which recommends 14 top class restaurants throughout the County. Visit http://www.flavouroftyrone.com/

for further information. There are also a wide variety of excellent cafes, bars and restaurants scattered across the Borough offering pub grub and light snacks to cater for all tastes

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Q5. How far is Dungannon from Dublin

A.

It is 96 miles from Dungannon to Dublin.



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