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Druminargle House, lovingly restored and built in 1720 is a classical Georgian country house.
Druminargle House, lovingly restored and built in 1720 is a classical Georgian country house. Surrounded by mature gardens in a beautiful rural area yet convenient to Newry, a good stop point between Dublin and Belfast. Local attractions include open farm, shooting school, Scarva house stud and paint balling. Or why not walk between the quiet friendly villages on the canal walk (part of Ulster way). Druminargle House was the home of Charles Davis Lucus VC, first winner of the victory cross for great bravery in the Crimea war. Two bedrooms, one en suite and one bathroom.