For a small city, Newry packs in the attractions
Land of the Mourne Mountains, inspiration for Narnia
Roosley cottage is a bright two storey self catering cottage.
Using slate Designed 4U produce an appealing range of unique and exciting crafts and gifts
Excellent example of a tower-house and bawn built about 1568.
Ballymoyer Old Church, in the churchyard of St. Luke’s Church of Ireland parish.
Our philosophy is simple. Good food, the best staff and non-stop adventure.
The enclosure comprises two roughly parallel massive earth banks and ditch known as The Dorsey.
One of Armagh’s foremost golfing experiences, Cloverhill is an 18 hole parkland gem.
Go pony trekking through the South Armagh terrain at Greenvale Equestrian Centre. In the heart ...
The new state of the art golfing complex has 16 bays with automated teeing systems, so you can ...
Newry's vibrant venue for art exhibitions, workshops, theatre, and dance.
Set across 50 acres in the beautiful surroundings of Castlewellan Forest Park, Castlewellan ...
Show your stamina in this beautiful and scenic region!
The Bank Bar & Restaurant is located in the heart of Newry, directly across from the Town Hall.
Singer, songwriter Drew Holcomb grew up in Memphis, TN, and attended the University of Tennessee ...
Normally following a boulder strewn river bed, this activity can be either wet or dry and under ...
From $162 per person sharing
From $311 USD (€250) per room per night
$99 pp per day for 8-Day Tour
$90 per person per night
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