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Cookstown Stag Do Guide

Cookstown in keeping with it’s name is a ‘sizzling’ stag town, right at the centre of Mid Ulster’s vibrant nightlife! Stag parties wanting a quality pub crawl need look no further than Cookstown, County Tyrone with it’s Main Street holding claim to being Ireland’s longest street at over one mile long! Mix in with that some outrageously beautiful women and you could be in a whole lot of potential trouble! Then there’s the exciting range of stag day activities to choose from. With Cookstown’s unique location set on the shores of Lough Neagh and majestic Sperrin Mountains the landscapes have provided Cookstown with the ability to offer some of County Tyrone’s best stag activities. If you didn’t know Lough Neagh is in fact the largest lake in the UK and Ireland.

Set up the golf balls for a round of golf at the Killymoon Golf Club or pedal your way along the Loughshore. If you stags want to leave land and head for the water, how about a session of jet skiing or banana boating? Wanting something more mind boggling with a tactical plan required during the stag activity? If so then face the battlefield with your stags for a round of paintballing. Aim for the sky and shoot your way to success with clay pigeon shooting. Jump in a large round ball and plummet your way down the hill side in a zorbing ball. For the stag party that think they’d give Tarzan a run for his money, climb the tree tops and zip line to the finish line of the High Wire Adventure Course in Moneymore! If after all that stag madness your man enough to chill out with a dip in an outdoor hot tub followed by a massage then make your way to the nearby Dungannon health spa which specialise in stag treatments.

Getting a appetite? You sure will be tempted to whet that appetite in one of Cookstown’s restaurants, bistros and County Tyrone hotels which are renowned for serving quality, good value food. The choice on offer is endless from fish and chips to fine dining. If you would prefer a bite to eat in one of the bars there is a long list that serve quality bar food. After a day of stag activities head back to a nearby Cookstown hotel, County Tyrone bed and breakfast or self-catering cottage. Stags staying in any one of Cookstown’s accommodation establishments will be welcomed with a home from home feel.

Stag Night Cookstown

Whether you want to party with shots until the cows come home or live the high life with Champagne, it is all possible on a stag night in Cookstown, County Tyrone! We’ve already alluded to the fact that you could have one hell of a pub crawl with Cookstown’s mega long main street lined with quality stag bars! Then there’s the option of drinking cocktails in one of the many Mid Ulster pubs and nightclubs. For any stag group that enjoys a good bit of banter why not head to one of Cookstown’s traditional pubs to party with the locals. With so much on offer it is no wonder Cookstown is Mid Ulster’s unofficial stag party town of choice! Stags in search of a unique stag night venue should try The Burnavon Arts & Cultural Centre which hosts a range of entertaining shows, live concerts and comedy nights.

For a luxury or pimped out stag night you need to be booking the stag onto the guest list of one of Tyrone’s VIP nightclubs. In Cookstown you will feel right at home in the VIP lounge of the town’s main nightclub which will have their hostesses serve your every alcoholic whim!


Cookstown Stag Do Ideas

After a stag weekend in Cookstown you will be doing well to roll out of bed without a hangover! Hangover or not, be sure to wonder Cookstown’s main street during the day where you will find a selection of quality menswear stores. Standing at the top of Cookstown Main Street you will be able to see the gigantic Sperrin mountains ahead. If your up for it, the Sperrins offer some of Ireland’s best walks and hikes. Any group of stags that is interested in the past can visit the two National Trust properties on offer. While every Saturday Cookstown holds it’s now famous open air market where stags can pick up everything from cheap jeans to workman’s boots.

Cookstown Facts

At 1.25 miles long and 135 feet wide, Cookstown boasts Ireland’s largest and widest main street.

Cookstown District is part of the Sperrin Mountains, which is accredited the status of being an area of outstanding natural beauty.

Within Ireland and the United Kingdom, Lough Neagh is the largest fresh water lake.