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Magheralin House

County Armagh, Northern Ireland

Highlights

  • Accommodates up to 12 guests
  • Wonderful and Extensive Grounds
  • The Ideal Base for those who love the Outdoors

County Armagh, Northern Ireland

6 individually designed bedrooms

Historical family home

Property overview

Welcome to Magheralin House, a historic family-run country house offering warm hospitality, luxurious rooms and delicious local seasonal food in tranquil surroundings. Set on the edge of the small village of Magheralin, this charming retreat is an oasis of calm and the perfect location for your romantic break or a special occasion with friends and family. Their central location, only 30-minute drive from Belfast, makes Magheralin House an ideal base for touring Northern Ireland.

Accommodation

Their six individually furnished bedrooms incorporate family antiques that have been handed down for six generations. Original features and unique character pieces have been restored, whilst excellent beds and elegant modern bathrooms have been added to ensure that you enjoy a most relaxing stay. The bedrooms and bathrooms enjoy views of the gardens, courtyard or green fields.
You can be sure of a quiet night’s sleep as we are tucked away behind trees and cloaked in fields on the edge of the village of Magheralin making it blissfully quiet. It may only be birdsong that wakes you from your slumber.

Location

Known as the "Orchard County" because of the numerous apple orchards scattered around its hundreds of acres. While it's true that Armagh suffered devastations during The Troubles, it has arrived into the 21st century with an incredible stock of historical places, including some of the most important religious sites in Ireland. Although it is small, Armagh Town was founded by Ireland's patron saint, St. Patrick, in the mid-400s, when he erected the principal seat of Christianity at St. Patrick's Church of Ireland Cathedral. To boot, the remains of Brian Boru, the most important High King of Ireland, are at rest here. Co. Armagh's countryside is a lumbering series of drumlins, flanked to the north by Lough Neagh – one of Ireland's largest lakes – and rising in the south to the 573-metre apex of Slieve Gullion, the highest point in the county.

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Magheralin House

County Armagh, Northern Ireland

Highlights

  • Accommodates up to 12 guests
  • Wonderful and Extensive Grounds
  • The Ideal Base for those who love the Outdoors

County Armagh, Northern Ireland

6 individually designed bedrooms

Historical family home

Property overview

Welcome to Magheralin House, a historic family-run country house offering warm hospitality, luxurious rooms and delicious local seasonal food in tranquil surroundings. Set on the edge of the small village of Magheralin, this charming retreat is an oasis of calm and the perfect location for your romantic break or a special occasion with friends and family. Their central location, only 30-minute drive from Belfast, makes Magheralin House an ideal base for touring Northern Ireland.

Accommodation

Their six individually furnished bedrooms incorporate family antiques that have been handed down for six generations. Original features and unique character pieces have been restored, whilst excellent beds and elegant modern bathrooms have been added to ensure that you enjoy a most relaxing stay. The bedrooms and bathrooms enjoy views of the gardens, courtyard or green fields.
You can be sure of a quiet night’s sleep as we are tucked away behind trees and cloaked in fields on the edge of the village of Magheralin making it blissfully quiet. It may only be birdsong that wakes you from your slumber.

Location

Known as the "Orchard County" because of the numerous apple orchards scattered around its hundreds of acres. While it's true that Armagh suffered devastations during The Troubles, it has arrived into the 21st century with an incredible stock of historical places, including some of the most important religious sites in Ireland. Although it is small, Armagh Town was founded by Ireland's patron saint, St. Patrick, in the mid-400s, when he erected the principal seat of Christianity at St. Patrick's Church of Ireland Cathedral. To boot, the remains of Brian Boru, the most important High King of Ireland, are at rest here. Co. Armagh's countryside is a lumbering series of drumlins, flanked to the north by Lough Neagh – one of Ireland's largest lakes – and rising in the south to the 573-metre apex of Slieve Gullion, the highest point in the county.

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Designers

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