The Valley Hotel - Fivemiletown54.37803, -7.31518
The Valley Hotel is placed in the heart of Fivemiletown and offers a panoramic view over the mountain. Built in 1975 and remodeled in 2007, the elegant hotel combines traditional architecture and modern facilities.
The hotel boasts a magnificent setting within a 10-minute walk of the city center. 80 minutes' drive from Bushmills.
Monaghan Golf Driving Range is 33 km from the hotel and Rathkenny House is about 38 km away.
The Valley Hotel is set 75 km from Eglinton (City of Derry) airport.
The rooms in The Valley Hotel come with individual climate control, Wi-Fi, television, a personal computer and ironing facilities. For a comfortable stay, these contemporary rooms offer bathrooms with a bathtub, a hairdryer and dressing gowns.
Eat & Drink
A breakfast is served in the restaurant. Residents can try dishes of Irish cuisine at the restaurant. Guests can savor afternoon tea and coffee in the lounge bar. Serving a wide assortment of dishes, Edfield Restaurant and Bordeaux are about 100 meters from the property.
The Valley Hotel also offers bicycles for rent.
Leisure facilities feature a library and a golf course. Hiking, horse riding and cycling are provided on site.
Wireless internet is available in the hotel rooms for free.
Private parking is possible on site for free.
Year renovated: 2007. Number of rooms: 22.
Free Wi-Fi in rooms
On-site car park
Late check-in/ -out
Bar/ Lounge area
Coffee/Tea in lobby
Sports & Fitness
- Horseback riding
- Golf course
- Room service
- Bicycle rental
- Wake up service
- Shoe shine service
- Newspaper service
- In-room breakfast
- Bar/ Lounge area
- Coffee/Tea in lobby
- Catering service
- Packed lunches
- Special diet menus
- Meeting/ Banquet facilities
- Babysitting/Child services
- DVDs/ Videos for children
- Children's menu
- Children's play area
Spa & Leisure
- Spa centre
- Mountain view
- Free Wi-Fi in rooms
- Connecting rooms
- Tea and coffee facilities
- Ironing facilities
- Down comforter
- Flat-screen TV
- AM/FM alarm clock
Rooms and availability
2 Single beds2 Single beds, 1 Double bed
In the Room
1 Double bed
In the Room
I am recovering from a broken leg and the staff went out of their way to make sure I was comfortable and managing. very friendly people
A very warm welcome and an excellent 'family' atmosphere. The food and surroundings for residents was also very good.
the hotel is situated close to the Fermanagh Lakeland and whilst this involves some travel the scenery in this area is outstanding. Enniskillen is close by and is an excellent shopping town with a fascinating history
The food and accommodation were excellent as indeed was the service.
The bathroom was a little shabby and the shower could have been easier to turn on and off, but the room as excellent.
Location was perfect for our needs. The staff were very friendly and our room was beautifully presented. The fry for breakfast was great.
Very steap stairs and I don't think the lift was working. Also the appearance of the stairway was a bit dissappointing compared to the rest of the hotel.
The breakfast was good. Staff friendly here.
Some staff werent friendly at reception. The room was overpriced for its facilities and location.
I liked that the hotel was family run, staff were friendly, and helpful. The food was of an excellant standard, which a great choice to boot. Although on the main street, the rooms were very quiet with the windows shut.
Staff were fantastic, especially Lisa. We were made to feel at home and welcome and no issue was too much for the staff to sort. Evening meal and breakfast were also first class.
small hotel with ecellent staff,good food and very clean. we appreciated the lift. good place to stay if you have a bit of business to do in the fivemiletown vicinity
We have travelled extensively and I must say that this is one of the best hotels we have stayed in. The facilities and attention to detail were second to none and the staff were extremely helpful and people friendly. We would strongly recommend this hotel.
It was my Husband and myself tat stayed 4 the wkend ... we were at a wedding in the hotel tat day, we loved the food in the hotel, it was excellent and the staff were very friendly and efficent!!
we didnt like the first time we went to see our room when we walked in the cold air met us... the room was freezing, it was warmer outside!! when we came back 2 the room later on tat nite it was still freezing.. not good !!
Very convenient location for work, on the whole staff friendly & professional.
Only black mark was Breakfast time. sat unattended in the Breakfast room for 8 minutes. No waiting on staff came near the place. When they did I was not offered breakfast menu I was asked did I want eggs fried boiled Scrambled, I chose fried, reply You want a fry up then. no toast appeard. when i left breakfast room I found the toaster.
Wi-Fi only available in Reception Area. Mentioned at checkout. Since Wi-Fi is essential for my business, I would likely try a different hotel next time I'm in that area.
In the past the free Internet access has been useful, although I couldn't get it to work this time for some reason. It is located in a small town with the access to a few shops but small enough not to be noisy in the eveneings. The menu is a sort of a 'pub grub' type affair, with dishes with names such as 'surf 'n' turf' and 'Steak 'n' Chicken combo'. Lots of burgers and grills. When the food arrives it is well cooked and presented. Room service is very good, starters and main courses are brought seperately. Breakfast is cooked to order, plenty of freshly brewed tea or coffee.
It is not an attractive hotel and has no grounds or outdoor area at all (other than a huge car park). The view from the windows is either the high street at the front (just buildings) or the roof of the large function room at the back - covered in big extractor fans and vents. Looks a bit like a factory. Sometimes the various pumps and fans can be a bit noisy. I can imagine that a large event in the function room might be disruptive to someone in a room above... but every time I have stayed there it has been mid week and very quiet. I did decide this last visit that it was possibly a bit too expensive. Single occupancy of the room was £85 and the food, although quite good, came in at over £25 for two courses. They charge extra for any sides, (chips, veg, etc) which bumps the price up. It was the most expensive of the six hotels I stayed in during this particular trip to Northern Ireland, both for food and the room. I'd say it was a bit overpriced for what is quite a modest hotel.
The staff were helpful and cheerful. The food was good.
As this time of the year had music playing late into the night, the people leaving the hotel were noisy into the early hours and up to 3am.