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Co Armagh

From the graceful Georgian streets and squares of ancient Armagh city to the historic towns of Lurgan and Portadown and throughout the pleasant countryside of the ‘Orchard County’, Armagh offers plentiful potential for homebuyers.

About Co Armagh


From the graceful Georgian streets and squares of ancient Armagh City and throughout the pleasant countryside of the ‘Orchard County’, Armagh offers plentiful potential for homebuyers.

Apart from its famous cathedrals, Armagh, Ireland’s oldest city, offers top schools, fine restaurants and a plethora of attractions. Part of Armagh traverses Lough Neagh with its abundance of outdoor pursuits available in the area. The magnificent scenery throughout Armaghs Ring of Gullion is being discovered by housebuyers and visitors alike.


Ideal for

Families and those who love the rural life, historic cities and towns and the great outdoors.

Nearby

Newry, Banbridge, Lough Neagh.

The Market

Plenty of scope for young professionals and those starting a family.

Popular Places

Gosford Forest, Brownlow Park, Bishop’s Palace, St Patrick’s Trian and Armagh Planetarium.

Experience Co Armagh

Eat & Drink

Zio

Fine Mediterranean cuisine in stylish but relaxing surroundings makes this Portadown institution a great place to eat. Rustic Italian food includes delicious pizzas.

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4 Vicars

Next to the venerable St Patrick’s Cathedral in Armagh this bustling restaurant in a stylishly converted Georgian house has won a reputation for seriously good food. Enjoy relaxing summer meals in the terraced garden.

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Uluru

An Australian twist on superb modern Irish cooking using their own vegetables and herbs make this restaurant in Armagh’s Market Square one of the best in Northern Ireland.

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Indian Fusion

One of Northern Ireland’s best Indian restaurants, where authenticity and inventive cooking go hand in hand.

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Shops

Ballydougan Pottery

You can learn to throw pottery with the masters, dine on traditional Ulster fare and shop for unique gifts at this renovated Huguenot weaver’s house.

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Rushmere Shopping Centre

Home to over 70 major stores, Rushmere, in the heart of Craigavon, attracts shoppers from far and wide.

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Mahon Garden Centre

Robert and Andrew Eakins’ garden centre in Portadown stocks plants from all over Ireland, the UK, Holland and Italy. Specialist advice is on hand for those creating new beds or features.

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Yellow Door

Simon Dougan’s original Portadown outlet is still the finest deli for miles around with superb homemade breads, cakes and specialities. You can eat in too.

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Parks & Recreation

Oxford Island National Nature Reserve

Oxford Island National Nature ReserveNeagh. Great for bird watchers, walkers, cyclists and those who love boat trips. Good traditional food can be found at the Loughside Discovery Centre.

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Edenmore Golf and Country Club

Challenging course, state-of-the-art gym and superb views, which can also be enjoyed from their surprisingly good restaurant.

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Slieve Gullion

South Armagh’s mysterious mountain is not just home to famous myths, but fabulous cycle and walking trails with unrivalled views, a brand new adventure playground and a relaxing café in its Victorian courtyard.

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Meadows Equestrian Centre

Outside Lurgan, one of Northern Ireland’s top equestrian centres offers all-weather outdoor arenas, an all weather event course, interactive arena screens, excellent parking facilities and lots more.

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