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Charlemont Arms Hotel - Armagh Hotels
Rating: 2.0 Stars
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Charlemont Arms Hotel

57-65 English Street, Armagh - Map
 
 
"Nice hotel centrally located in this historic town"
Overall a pleasant experience but it is a hike from the parking to the lobby- lots of steps carrying luggage with no help offered by staff. Lift in hotel also not available so another hike through a maze of corridors with luggage. Good dinner and breakfast with fast friendly service. There seemed to be some problem with the booking as we had changed it through expedia but the hotel had not rec'd the info but the staff were very accommodating about that.
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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
 
 
"Excellent Hotel"
Stayed over due to work xmas dinner...great night and lovely breakfast.
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This contemporary four-storey hotel is located in the town of Armagh in Northern Ireland, 800 metres from St Patrick’s …More
Dundrum House - Armagh Hotels
Rating: 2.5 Stars
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Dundrum House

116 Dundrum Road, Tassagh, Keady, Armagh - Map
 
 
"An Authentically Irish Experience"
Our one-week stay at Dundrum House was far and away the most enjoyable part of our Ireland trip this summer. The house is full of beauty and history, as well as every modern convenience. The hosts (Larry and Liz) are wonderful, kind, people who go out of their way to make their guests comfortable. If Larry offers to give you a tour of the farm or any local hangouts, do not pass it up! If you're looking for a place to stay for just a day or two, this still works just fine, stay here...but if you have more time, we really recommend staying a full week or longer. There is so much to do in and around Armagh, and Dundrum House makes the perfect "home base" for longer day trips all over Ireland. There are a lot of places in Ireland (North and South) that are tourist traps, and feel like an American-made stereotype of an Irish experience--but Dundrum House is the real thing, a quaint and authentic experience of true Irish hospitality. We can't say enough about how much we enjoyed our stay. We'll definitely be back again.
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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
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Clenaghans

48 Soldierstown Road, Craigavon - Map
 
 
"Quirky and Quaint"
Really unusual property but in a very unique and lovely way. Very comfortable and very helpful owner. Slightly off beaten track which actually helped with a really good nights sleep. Very cost effective and although I am normally a standard business hotel dweller, I much preferred this accommodation as it felt more home from home (although I don't live in a traditional Irish small holding!). However, a really nice surprise, very handy for central Craigavon where I had a meeting and would definitely stay again.
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Hillview Lodge - Armagh Hotels
Rating: 3.0 Stars

Hillview Lodge

33 Newtownhamilton Road, Armagh - Map
 
 
"Comfortable B&B in beautiful surroundings"
The owners Alice and Dermot make every effort to make you feel welcome from the very first moment, and are willing to help in anyway to help make your stay more comfortable. The B&B is in a beautiful setting in the countryside just outside Armagh city centre, and it offers the perfect location to enjoy the lovely Ulster Fry breakfast which Alice and Dermot prepare each morning.
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    Pocket Guide: Armagh Loughgall Country Park Hotels

    The city of Armagh sits in the heart of County Armagh, surrounded by stunning rural scenery which includes, among other things, over 4,000 acres of apple orchards. Although only small, and boasting a population of just 14,749 people, Armagh has played a hugely important role in the history of Ireland as a whole.

    The historical artefacts on view in Armagh run the gamut from prehistoric stone tombs to ancient Celtic hill forts and not one but two cathedrals built in honour of St. Patrick. The city has been dubbed the ecclesiastical capital of Ireland, and anyone who knows the pivotal role which the church has played in the history of this country will know how important that title really is.

    Modern Armagh

    Although the fascinating history of Armagh, reflected in the Georgian architecture and heritage trails to be found in the city centre, is a factor which draws many of the visitors making their way there, modern-day Armagh also has much to offer in the way of up-to-the-minute amenities.

    The area around Market Street in the centre of Armagh is packed with exciting places to eat, some of them offering simple but delicious traditional Irish food, while others, such as Uluru, push the envelope a little further. This is the only Australian restaurant in Northern Ireland, was chosen as Armagh’s Restaurant of the Year every year between 2008 and 2014 and has been mentioned in the Michelin Guide and the Good Food Guide.

    Accommodation in Armagh

    Finding accommodation which allows you to take advantage of everything Armagh has to offer should be easy, such is the range of establishments on offer. A simple bed and breakfast or traditional guesthouse in the centre of the city will put you within walking distance of most of the major attractions, while a country lodge or spa hotel on the outskirts will bring you closer to nature, and to an attraction such as Loughall Country Park.

    Loughall Country Park

    Loughall Country Park is situated on the main street of Loughall, just over five miles outside the centre of Armagh. It is the ideal spot to visit for anyone looking for a taste of the tranquillity of the Irish countryside, for golfers seeking a sporting challenge amid fantastic scenery and for families with kids who want to let off a little bit of steam. Of course, it goes without saying that this is the ideal place to visit if your party happens to contain a mixture of all of the above.

    Facilities at the Park

    Aside from the 18 hole golf course and 37 acre lake with 100 fishing stands, the park offers a host of facilities to keep guests of all ages happy. Cyclists can enjoy three beautiful cycle routes of varying lengths, young children can explore the award-winning play area, older kids can learn through fun on the interactive eco trails and those wishing to keep fit can make use of a fully equipped outdoor gym.

    When to Visit

    Opening and closing times at the park vary throughout the year, so it’s probably best to check before heading off. It’s open most days until at least 4pm, however, and with facilities which include a shop, lockers, picnic area and changing room, it’s the ideal place for the whole family to enjoy an action (or relaxation) packed day out.

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