I had seen this hotel on various booking sites. It is in the centre of Dungannon, and from the outside looks like a big pub, but it is not. They market it as a boutique hotel, but although it is modern, it is not really a boutique. The gentleman at check in was helpful, and advised me about the parking. I paid £80 bed and breakfast. Rather expensive I felt but there is not a great deal of competition in the area. There were complimentary newspapers in the lobby which was a nice touch. My room was very big, and bed was a triple bed. There was no wireless internet in the rooms but Reception lent me a cable so I could access the net no problem. The bathroom light is by the main door, not the bathroom, which annoyed me a bit. Dinner was good, the menu not very varied though, and rather expensive I felt (£22.50 for sirloin steak and chips), although like most places in Northern Ireland, they do not scrimp on the portion sizes. The TV was good with plenty of freeview channels. Shower was good, and powerful. I found the room to be a bit bare and sparse in terms of decor but in general it was a good stay. Breakfast was good and the chap serving me was friendly, and we spoke about the football. The service does make a difference. I would recommend it and would stay again. By the way there is a smoking terrace that I noticed on the roof, and in summer it would be very nice to sit out there with a pint.
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