Majestically set in the heart of the prosperous Clogher Valley amongst the rolling hill of County Tyrone.
Numerous forest walk and quiet lanes for that romantic stroll.
3 golf courses within easy reach
2 Equestrian centres and stables nearby
Lakes of County Fermanagh for sailing and boat trips
Omagh, Enniskillen and Dungannon within easy reach for retail therapy
A warm welcome awaits you at this charming 17th century William and Mary house. The House is privately owned and managed ensuring that you will be given the most attentive service to the finest detail. This is truly a fairytale setting which exudes atmosphere. This versatile Venue, where country hospitality meets style and elegance with a fusion of traditional and modern flair, has to be experienced.
An impressive new entrance lobby and reception hall has been opened since April 2010. Corinthian columns and a paved exterior approach give way to an automatic glass door into the large lobby. This area has marble tiles, lofty ceilings with brass chandeliers and armchair seating areas. The main feature is the 1860’s original Victorian fireplace of superior walnut in a neo-classical style with engaged three quarter Corinthian columns agapanthus and egg and dart carving surround the fireplace. Steps or, if required, a lift - take the guest up into the reception hall and the new walnut check-in/reception desk where our staff are pleased to assist you. This area joins seamlessly onto the original part of the house. The original 17th century entrance still remains for the tradionalists amongst you.
Bedroom Accommodation. This magnificent House has been carefully restored by the current owner and now caters to the visitor with 9 luxury en-suite bedrooms in the main house. These have splendid views of the adjoining countryside and 6 of the rooms retain many of the original features of House. One room features a stately 4-poster bed and 1 of the rooms features a half-tester bed. They have been furnished in the style of a 17th century house but with modern conveniences provided such as tea making facilities, TV and telephone!
A further 10 ensuite rooms are available in the New Wing and these are naturally in a more modern style but complementing the period of the House. The new wing has tea/coffee making facilities, BT broadband wireless connections and the rooms are fitted with trouser press/ironing boards and flat screen TV’s.
Since the change of status from 3-star guest house to Hotel we are awaiting accreditation from NITB but have been awarded 3-star accreditation from AA.
Carleton Restaurant and Blackwater Bar
At Corick House Hotel fine cuisine is second nature. The discerning guest, by choosing to dine here, has demonstrated their desire to avoid the familiar chains of cloned Hotels
, pubs and restaurants for a distinct alternative with refreshing and outstanding traditions with modern twists.
This elegantly decorated room features sparkling crystal chandeliers making it an ideal venue for that special meal or family luncheon and is open 7 days a week from 5.30 pm - 9 pm for a full a la carte selection or for the smaller meal our bar menu is available all day - every day.
Head Chef who is a recent winner of IFEX March 2010 Chef of the Year and Gold Awards has introduced new menus from locally produced foods and was launched in October 2010. Our Chef’s philosophy is to tantalize the taste buds which draw upon flavour and texture of superb ingredients.
The Carleton Restaurant has attained the high standards required by the flavour of Tyrone Good Food Circle, “We care gate to plate” award for Tyrone which is sponsored by the farmers union and we also hold the Taste of Ulster approval and Flavour of Tyrone Good Food Circle membership. By its commitment to maintain their high standards Corick House Hotel has been awarded membership of these exclusive club – you can be sure of locally produced products. All are freshly prepared by our Chefs. Our imaginative, traditional and fusion menus cater for to-day’s sophisticated tastes of the well travelled guests.
Policies & Restrictions
The house is a no smoking facilities but designated smoking areas are allocated (not at the Front Door!)
If agreed prior to arrival dogs are allowed
Rates & Availability
|In 2011 the bedroom rate has been held at last year's rate
£55.00 pps for stanard room
£60.00 pps for executive/superior room
£10.00 supplement for single occupancy
All rooms strictly no smoking
Own alcohol not permitted in Hotel
M1 from Belfast to Ballygawley roundabout then A4 to Aughter. Right turn off A4 one mile from Augher onto Corick Road. After 0ne miles left turn into our drive.
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Short break rates available until end of March 2011
2nts B&B and 1 EM Midweek at £65.00 pps
2nts B&B and 1 EM weekend at £75.00 pps
Terms and conditions apply and not applicable on bank holidays or Valentines weekend