Welcome to Cobblers Cottage Creggan
NITB Approved, Self Catering holiday Accommodation
Cobblers Cottage 229A Barony Road, Creggan, Omagh, BT79 9AQ.
Margaret mobile: 077 8756 1561
Eamon mobile: 079 6765 7093
Landline: 028 8675 1547,
NITB Approved Self Catering holiday Accommodation.
A holiday with a difference!
The lovingly renovated Cobblers Cottage has a cosy living/kitchen/dining area, 2 spacious bedrooms (sleeps 5) & a bathroom.
Enjoy the simplicity of this recently renovated 200 year old traditional Irish cottage in peaceful surroundings of Tyrone at the foot of the Sperrin Mountains between Omagh and Cookstown, in the area of Creggan.
Barbeque facilities, Free WIFI, large picturesque garden and Pet friendly facilities
Enjoy this traditional Irish country home with family and friends..an experience to remember.
Willow pattern stocked dresser, Irish old time household artefacts, authentic fireplace with stove
A perfect location for relaxing, walking holidays, cycling & mountain bike holidays, golfing, angling, horse riding
and exploring the Sperrins.
Archaeological sites, heritage centres/ancestral homes, leisure activities, activity breaks all nearby.
The cottage is a central base in Tyrone for touring the North,
about an hour away from Giant's causeway and north coast, Titanic Belfast, Fermanagh Lakes, Mournes, Derry and Donegal.
Perfect for families with children, couples or groups of friends
Pet friendly accommodation - spacious, secure enclosure with kennel close to cottage.
We aim to ensure that you will always have a peaceful and memorable stay here at the Cobblers Cottage.
“This cottage is an absolute dream, old and new matched to perfection” (Trish – Co Offaly)
“Loved the garden swing, BBQ area and facilities for pets” (Joan – Monaghan)
History of the Cobblers Cottage
The property is at least 200 years old. The name was chosen because it is known that the Mulgrew brothers operated a shoemaking business in the cottage for a long number of years. Paddy and Hugh went to Scotland to purchase good quality leather. Paddy died in 1913 and Hugh died in 1917. These men were Eamon's great, great granduncles. Eamon and his 3 sisters were born in the cottage and lived there until 1959.