Corick House is an ideal centre for your holiday activities with facilities nearby for angling (course or fly), cycling, golf, riding or just taking an invigorating walk. Day licenses for trout fishing on the Blackwater River are available on request as are arrangements for golfing with three golf courses within ten miles of Corick at Fintona, Aughnacloy and Fivemiletown and another two slightly further afield at Enniskillen and Omagh.
The respected Necarne International Equestrian Centre at Irvinestown, and the Ecclesville Equestrian Centre at Fintona provide excellent facilities for the riding enthusiast or those wishing to just sit back, relax and watch.
Among the many places of interest for the cyclist or walker are Knockmany Chambered Cairn with its view of seven counties, 2 miles -Lumford's Glen with its waterfall is one of Tyrone's best kept secrets - Augher Castle and lake, 1 mile - Clogher Cathedral and hillfort, 1 1/2 miles - Carleton's Cottage 3 miles - and Fardross Forest Park, 4 miles. Slightly further in the woodlands to the South are St Patrick's Chair and Well where many a wish is made. Or why not stroll by the River Blackwater or in the Slieve Beagh Hills? Two small museums at nearby Fivemiletown provide an insight into the areas past. - Bicycles can be hired from our reception.
Each year the Clogher Valley plays host to two significant events which attract visitors from all over Ireland and further afield, The Clogher Valley Show held in Augher on the last Wednesday of July is now the largest one-day show in Ireland. About 10 days later, in early August, the William Carleton Summer School takes place in Clogher. This five-day event brings together writers, poets and Carleton scholars for a programme of lectures, poetry, music and drama with local tours. Clogher Community Festival and the Spoilan Fair provide an added attraction for visitors during the Carleton Week.
For visitors wishing to travel a little further the Ulster American Folk Park in Omagh is less than 20 miles north. The historic City of Armagh, with its two St Patrick's Cathedrals, Planetarium, Mall and Trian Centre lies approximately 1 hours drive to the east. The beautiful Lakes of Fermanagh to the West include many attractions such as The Marble Arch Caves, two National Trust properties at Castlcoole and Florencecourt, the world famous Belleek Pottery and Enniskillen Castle Museum.