Music, space men and a hunt for hidden gargoyles in Ireland's "ecclesiastical capital"
Armagh is intrinsically linked to Ireland's patron saint, so go back to his roots to find out where it all began
Open all year. Bureau de Change. Wheelchair access. Provides a first class service for visitors ...
Established in 1936 as The Charlemont Arms Hotel this is an elegant town house hotel.
Dan Winters is an original mud wall thatched cottage which was built in 1623.
Set in a magnificent 188 hectare estate of open farmland and orchards.
Archery, climbing, abseiling, orienteering, karting, raftbuilding, hillwalking, camping, ...
The Famous Grouse is a country restaurant situated in the heart of N. Ireland's Orchard County.
Long standing family run restaurant now in its 4th generation of the Digby family.
Loughall Country Park Lake has a 4 metre shelf, which drops off to an average depth of 17 feet ...
Join us for a weekend of lively music across Armagh City’s popular bars and restaurants.
Soundworld of Venice comes to Armagh. A rare chance to hear Venetian music played on original ...
Habitat for Humanity to host special evening of music and song with The Priests.The classical ...
Armagh will once again come alive over the Saint Patrick's Festival period.
The museum will be displaying a range of important objects from our collection demonstrating the ...
‘Igniting the Art Trail’ by Armagh Art Club is inspired by the journey taken by Saint Patrick ...
Magical hits and a popular uplifting mix including Sinatra, Leonard Cohen,
$400 per couple Air Credit
From $359 pp
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