The Tailors House
“ For the tailor is also a very wise man, and he makes people happier whenever he can.” J.Wilson.
A special welcome waits for guests at The Tailors House in Ballygawley, County Tyrone, Tailors makes a fab romantic hideaway for couples, who fancy a night or two of relaxation, good food in a charming, friendly environment. A former Tailor’s premises, the building stands bright and fresh in the sunshine, and has even welcomed the U.S Presidential Party. The boutique four star house has a stylish, spirited ambiance, with a strong sense of place and pride in its location’s heritage. Relax before a blazing fire and enjoy a drink or two, then after a superb meal, retire to one of the pristine, beautifully furnished rooms. Shiny and immaculate, soft gold lights reflect on shimmering mirrors, creating a luxurious feel that pleases the senses, you’ll make a special someone very happy.
Food for thought
The Tailors House, holds a special place in the hearts of the community of Ballygawley, in County Tyrone, Northern Ireland. This precious jewel of a place, was once an actual Tailor’s premises, and the art of creating continues, so instead of ‘Cuffs and Darts’, expect superb culinary art. The locally sourced, fabulous food is flavoursome, wonderfully fragrant and consistently presented beautifully, using the finest and freshest of seasonal ingredients. This lovely establishment has a laid back elegance, with special touches such as the gold, sparkling flames of real fires which induce a cosy, home from home environment. The Quinn Family has ensured you’re made to feel comfortable and welcomed by a super, friendly team, who provide top notch service. Sumptuous guest rooms are also provided, why not stay, and enjoy some overdue quality time together.- Top 100 Review
50 Main Street
Dungannon, Co. Tyrone , BT70 2HE
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