This week a newly refurbished conservatory was unveiled to guests and those within the tourism industry, including representatives from Taste of Ulster and Tourism NI.
The traditional nine-bedroom country house was originally bought by well known local business woman Jean Beacom 20 years ago and was transformed by her into an award-winning hotel with 19 deluxe rooms.
Since the ‘untimely’ death of Mrs Beacom, her three children, Avril, Andrew and Haldane have moved into a lead role within the running of the hotel.
The young team of ‘enthusiastic’ hoteliers are now continuing to develop upon the success of Corick House by adding a modern twist to opulent and traditional surroundings.
In recent years they have increased their bedrooms from 19 to 43, opened a new Luxury Spa and delivered a dynamic conferencing package, as well as completing the refurbishment of the conservatory , the latest in a string of planned developments to this beautiful hotel set in the heart of the Clogher Valley.
This year got off to an award-winning start as Avril, Andrew and Haldane were rewarded for their hard work and dedication receiving an upgrade to four-stars in January –becoming the only hotel within Tyrone to receive such an accolade.
Moving forward into 2015/16, the hotel seeks to build on its high standards of hospitality and looks forward to continuing in a lead role as one of Ulster’s leading wedding venues, to welcoming international guests and corporate delegates, to experience what Corick House Hotel and Spa has to offer.
At the launch of Corick House’s newly refurbished conservatory on Tuesday, sales and marketing manager, Sinead McCann, said, “Corick House is going from strength to strength. It is family run business and is safe in the hands of Jeans children and their families. These are exciting times for Corick House and tourism in Tyrone.
“Today was a day our directors could share with their children who were able to be present at the launch and are growing up learning the business from the ground up.”
Operations manager, Joanne Beacom, married to Andrew, explained how the hotel has transformed the conservatory within six weeks.
“The conservatory is still in keeping with the traditional feel of the Hotel, although there is a modern twist making the whole area welcoming and relaxed with stunning views over the gardens. The launch was a brilliant opportunity to showcase the work that has been carried out and to remind visitors exactly what we have to offer.”
With work soon to begin to the Blackwater Bar Bistro and a new executive chef developing new a la carte menus, Corick House is now looking ahead to September when further exciting developments will be revealed with high profile visitors.
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