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Gosford Cottage

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12 Gosford Road, Collone, Armagh, Armagh, Northern Ireland
Ms Arlene Robertson
T: +44(0)2838871877

A charming one -bedroom traditional cottage located in a quiet rural area just 1/2 mile from the spectacular Gosford Park and 6 miles from the Cathedral city Armagh. Over two hundred years old, the cottage has recently been restored and retains ...

This lovely, 1-bedroom cottage is located in a quiet rural area just 1 mile from the spectacular Gosford Park and 6 miles from Armagh city. The 200 year old cottage has been tastefully restored and is extremely cosy with both wood burning stove and oil fired central heating. It comprises of a fully equipped kitchen, including dishwasher and microwave, separate utility room, cosy living room with TV and DVD player, and 1 large ensuite bedroom. The accommodation is perfect for couples who are looking for a relaxing break in the Armagh countryside.

The large garden surrounding the cottage includes picnic tables, children's swings and gas BBQ (on request) and boasts panoramic views of 7 mountain ranges. The accommodation's rural location makes it an ideal spot for a peaceful retreat in this beautiful part of Northern Ireland, whilst at the same time it is an excellent location from which to explore other areas. Previous guests have used the cottage as a base from which to visit other regions including Armagh (10 mins), Newry (20 mins), Belfast (1 hr) and Dublin (1.5 hrs).

For visitors who like to keep active, there are a range of activities available both onsite and in the surrounding area. Outdoor activities such as 375m zip-wire, archery, high ropes course and raftbuilding are all on offer at our nearby Lurgaboy Adventure Centre (1/2 mile). Outdoor karting and pony trekking can also be arranged in the local area. The city of Armagh is full of history and places of interest include the historically unique Navan Fort, stunning national trust properties, unmatched Georgian architecture and two Saint Patrick's Cathedrals. The city also has a selection of restaurants including Australian, French and Indian cuisine.