Two grassy hills in Armagh city remember Ireland’s patron saint. Follow St Patrick’s footsteps to find them
Immerse yourself in music, touch Ireland’s largest meteorite and even hunt for hidden gargoyles. If you dare…
Until the 29th January 2016 the following elements of Navan will be available to visitors.
Quiet, easy route mostly on the canal side path
Peter Pan's Neverland provides a safe environment for children to run, jump and climb and have fun!
Shared trail around lake
G.I. Stores are leading stockists of fishing equipment, camping gear, work wear, army surplus, etc.
A scenic walk through woodland
This listed building is an 18th century vernacular thatched farmhouse.
Sloan’s Coffee Shop is a new and exciting, modern Coffee Shop based in Loughgall.
Armagh Agricultural Show and Countryside Festival held in the beautiful Gosford Forest Park.
You are invited to an Evening with Patrick at the Market Place Theatre, Armagh.
An exciting exhibition featuring the work of 26 artist/designer/makers from across Northern Ireland
This annual event brings thousands of people to Scarva village to enjoy the colourful spectacle.
Armagh Craft Fair returns to the Market Place Theatre on Saturday 28th May, 2016
One of America’s premier southern gospel groups appear in concert in Armagh.
With its great atmosphere , this showcase event is definitely one for the whole family this summer!?
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€80 per person
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From £84 per night
€40 per adult
£1295 per week
£40 adults, £36 students
€3220 for a family of 4
€85 per night for up to 4 adults
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