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Armagh City Hotel - Armagh Hotels
Rating: 3.0 Stars
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Armagh City Hotel

2 Friary Road, Armagh - Map
 
 
"FAMILY BIRTHDAYS SPECIAL OCCASSION"
We were goimg to see santa at the gatelodge armagh and decided to make a night of it. 2 adults and 2kids one was 4 ut ws his birthday other kid was one...booked a family room said on bookin form ot was sons birthday...also my birthday the next day an daddys bithday the day after that. On arrival was greeted an told we were upgraded!!! Thistype of thing never ever happens to me ever...happy days i thought this is great..then was told ot was a 2 bedroomed apt even better Once we got up to room the was a lovely basket dont up with a birthday card for my son an all pringles juice and cookies and biscuits etc colouringng inn and crayons. We had something to eat b 4 heading off an it was lovely...baby bowls and pizza perfectly fresh. On return we asked for a cot to be put up for my wee girl.o ely man i think he was called james came an pit it up. I was telling him we habe 3 birthdays in 4 days...i told him i was impressed with the hotel . On leaving he said we all could have breakfast Brought up to room in the morning on them. Totally delighted..saved a lot of hassel for us an made if feel so special.the breakfast was amazing...lovely fresh fruit for the kids ans toast was magically warm and totally fresh. Loved our time here from start to finish...we will probably make this a yearly thing now for the birthdays as we all had a great time. All the staff were so friendly especially the lady who checked us in.. Everyone so welcoming and friendly. Would recommend for sure.Thanks.
Traveller from Cranfield co.down
This contemporary four-storey hotel is located in the town of Armagh in Northern Ireland, 800 metres from St Patrick’s …More
Hillview Lodge - Armagh Hotels
Rating: 3.0 Stars
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Hillview Lodge

33 Newtownhamilton Road, Armagh - Map
 
 
"Excellent venue - very handy for to Armagh City"
Most welcoming venue - you are made to feel very much at home with nothing being too much to ask for. Excellent value for money and fab place for breakfast . Views fab and charming - - we watch the swifts line up and swoop thought the air. Great value.
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Bannview Bed & Breakfast - Craigavon Hotels
Rating: 3.0 Stars
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Bannview Bed & Breakfast

60 Portmore Street, Craigavon - Map
 
 
"One of the best BND"
I really like the customer service and care.My flight was late and they called me up just to make sure I was ok.The breakfast was great and with 50pound, what else I can expect. It seems that its a family based business and you can feel it.
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Located in an industrial part of Northern Ireland, the Bannview Bed & Breakfast is a wonderful Portadown area …More
Clenaghans - Craigavon Hotels
Rating: 3.5 Stars

Clenaghans

48 Soldierstown Road, Craigavon - Map
 
 
Simply amazing!!! Very comfortable and cozy place.
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    Pocket Guide: 3 stars Hotels in Armagh

    Armagh is the oldest city in Ireland and one of the smallest, and as such it offers a fascinating combination of rich history, peaceful ambience and a traditionally warm Irish welcome. Don’t let the fact that Armagh is relatively small put you off, however, since the vital role the city has played in over 6,500 years of Irish history means that it acts as a magnet for visitors from around the world, and has developed a tourist offering to match this status.

    The historical sights and buildings in Armagh alone make it a place worth visiting, including prehistoric archaeological sites, two stunning cathedrals, spectacular National Trust buildings and a Georgian city centre which is compact enough to explore on foot but rich enough to never cease to fascinate.

    Accommodation in Armagh

    The accommodation on offer in Armagh has grown to match the diversity of both the people visiting and the attractions within easy reach. If you’re keen on exploring the surrounding countryside, soaking up the ambience of over 4,000 acres of apple orchards, exploring the wide open green spaces of The Mall or venturing further afield to the lake, golf course and outdoor fitness trail of Loughall Country Park, you’ll probably just want a comfortable room to recover in at the end of a day outdoors. Others might be seeking a luxury lodge in the heart of Armagh, a traditional bed and breakfast close to the shopping, eating and drinking facilities or a family-friendly guest house, but whatever your requirements are, a three star hotel is likely to meet them.

    Shopping in Armagh

    A three star hotel in Armagh will offer the perfect combination of a hint of luxury and a relaxed atmosphere. From an establishment located close to the main Lower English Street you’ll be able to walk to the selection of shops crowded around the city centre, ranging from bespoke local traders crafting handmade local goods to bigger brand names on display in The Mall Shopping Centre.

    Just off Cathedral Road you’ll find Shambles Yard, home to the Shambles Variety Market, held every Tuesday and Friday. There have been markets held on this site since the 15th Century and this history is reflected in the range of goods on offer today, both on outdoor stalls and under cover in the listed Johnston Building. Treats you can snap up include local fruit and vegetables, freshly caught fish and delicious homemade jams and pies.

    Beyond food, the market stocks most other things you could imagine, including clothes, hardware and greeting cards.

    Nights Out in Armagh

    One advantage of a three star hotel close to the centre of Armagh is that you won’t have far to walk after a night out in the city. The pubs and bars around areas such as Market Street, Lower English Street and Railway Street offer everything from a quiet spot to sup a Guinness to a raucous night of wild entertainment.

    Mckennas Bar offers a DJ and live music every weekend, Viva Bar boasts an extensive cocktail menu and The Hole in the Wall, which used to be a gaol, combines a wide range of beers and spirits with the chance to hear live music every Saturday and traditional Irish music on the last Friday of every month.

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