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Bannview Bed & Breakfast - 60 Portmore Street Craigavon BT62 3NF

0.9 miles from Shamrock Park
Rating\Stars: | Prices from: £75.0 | Customer rating: 5\6
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Bannview is situated in Portadown the Industrial hub of Co. Armagh, Northern Ireland The Facilities at Bannview include 25 en suite bedrooms, snooker room and table tennis. . Bannview is situated in Portadown County Armagh the industrial hub of the area. As well as being a centre for industry, Portadown is well positioned to act as a base for touring the County Armagh area. The River Bann, Lurgan Lake and River Blackwater are all excellent coarse angling destinations and we have facilities specifically tailored for coarse anglers including tackle room and bait refrigeration. Golf courses and water sports are available within a few miles of Bannview. Single, double, twin and family rooms are available and all rooms are en suite with tea/coffee making facilities, direct dialling telephones and coloured television. All rooms have free WiFi. Portadown is reached from the M12 intersection of the M1 motorway and is easily accessible to the ports of Larne and Belfast, the International and City airports. Portadown railway station is a main line junction for the Dublin - Belfast Enterprise. Bannview is situated within easy walking distance of the town centre, railway station and bus stops.

Blackwell House - 33 Mullabrack Road, Scarva Banbridge BT63 6BP

5.9 miles from Shamrock Park
Rating\Stars: 5 | Prices from: £130.0 | Customer rating: n\a\6
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A warm welcome awaits you in this luxurious 5* guesthouse nestling in the rolling countryside bordering Co-Down and Co-Armagh. Enjoy the peace and tranquility of our wonderful garden from a quiet spot in the Garden Room or sink into a comfy sofa in front of a blazing fire in the Sitting Room where you can forget about the world outside. Enjoy a good nights sleep in any of the individually decorated bedrooms each with comfy super king beds complimented with luxurious bedding, wide screen LCD TV and beautiful modern on suite bathrooms. We love our food & cooking and we provide our guests with a three course seasonal menu using the best of local award winning products and the freshest of eggs from our own hens in the meadow and herbs from our garden. We offer an extensive buffet including home cooked Granola, Irish Breads, Preserves and Bottled Fruit. Joyce makes hot food to order on the Aga Stove, including the traditional Ulster Cooked Breakfast with award winning sausages and bacon and of course our Blackwell House hens provide you with freshly laid eggs. Complimentary Cream Tea On arrival (between 3.00 and 4.00pm) Tuck into scrumptious, hot, freshly baked scones with ‘lashings’ of fresh Irish cream and homemade raspberry or strawberry preserves. Things to do close by (all around 30 minutes or less) Shopping at the Banbridge Outlet centre or Belfast city centre, Walking, Golfing, Hiking, Cycling, Mountain Biking, Fishing, Sight Seeing, Mountain Climbing, Go Karting, Swimming, the list is endless and we can help you plan your itinerary. On our doorstep our guests have the opportunity to explore the Canal towpath which abounds with interesting stories of yesteryear guaranteed to fascinate any traveller. ? Or if you would like to learn to cook your own Pancakes or Irish Soda Bread on Great Aunt Maggie's 100 year old Griddle - just book a lesson with Joyce. Nothing is too much trouble for Steve and Joyce - you just have to ask.

Bannville House Hotel - 174 LURGAN ROAD BANBRIDGE BT32 4NR

7.1 miles from Shamrock Park
Rating\Stars: 2 | Prices from: £91.5 | Customer rating: 5\6
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Bannville House Hotel set on 13 Acres of mature woodland with a flowing drive/way to the hotel entrance with beautiful flowered beds with an abundance of colour all year round. Just on the outskirts of the town of Banbridge and on a modern road system with easy excess to the International Airport (Thirty Minutes) and forty minutes from the Capital City "Belfast" and on the main (M1) line to the heart of Dublin. Bannville House Hotel was originally a manor house, built in 1916 and converted to an hotel in 1975 under the watchful eye of the Hamilton family. In 2002 the present owners Desmond Graham and Irene Mason have made it what it is today. With 20 well appointed over/sized bedrooms all with modern facilities, as you would expect from of an hotel of this stature and wedding and conference facilities second to none. » Learn More Our Featured Hotel Attractions Cedar Restaurant Off/set from the main restaurant ideal for private dining but still in the hub of the hotel, can also be used for a break away room for private meeting . . . » Learn More Conference Facilities For the business minded, the Bannville House can offer a range of options in their four conference suites. Capacity ranges from an intimate interview . . . » Learn More Oak Room Also situated on the first floor, the Oak Room offers capacity for a boardroom for 20 and theatre style for 35. Ideal for private dining . . . » Learn More Photo Gallery Latest Event News Bannville House Hotel set on 13 Acres of mature woodland with a flowing drive/way to the hotel entrance with beautiful flowered beds with an abundance of colour all year round. Just on the outskirts of the town of Banbridge and on a modern road system with easy excess to the International Airport (Thirty Minutes) and forty minutes from the Capital City "Belfast" and on the main (M1) line to the heart of Dublin. Bannville House Hotel was originally a manor house, built in 1916 and converted to an hotel in 1975 under the watchful eye of the Hamilton family. In 2002 the present owners Desmond Graham and Irene Mason have made it what it is today. With 20 well appointed over/sized bedrooms all with modern facilities, as you would expect from of an hotel of this stature and wedding and conference facilities second to none. » Learn More Our Featured Hotel Attractions Cedar Restaurant Off/set from the main restaurant ideal for private dining but still in the hub of the hotel, can also be used for a break away room for private meeting . . . » Learn More Conference Facilities For the business minded, the Bannville House can offer a range of options in their four conference suites. Capacity ranges from an intimate interview . . . » Learn More Oak Room Also situated on the first floor, the Oak Room offers capacity for a boardroom for 20 and theatre style for 35. Ideal for private dining . . . » Learn More Photo Gallery Latest Event News

Banoge House - 17 Hall Road, Craigavon BT66 7LJ

7.5 miles from Shamrock Park
Rating\Stars: | Prices from: £50.0 | Customer rating: n\a\6
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Banoge House is a historic property that offers elegance, grandeur, and an outstanding experience you will never forget. From the moment you arrive, you will notice the captivating surrounding gardens, and the inviting entrance. The grand lounge holds any size party, with the tall ceiling and gold leaf border, it is a perfect room to entertain guests. The library is a lovely setting for a quiet chat. All bedrooms have different character. With being so close to major routes of travel, you still feel secluded from the outside world.

Armagh City Hotel - FRIARY ROAD ARMAGH BT60 4FR

9.0 miles from Shamrock Park
Rating\Stars: 3 | Prices from: £106.92 | Customer rating: 5\6
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Located in Friary Road The Armagh City Hotel is a new development boasting 82 superior Bedrooms all ensuite with excellent facilities. The conference facilities are state of the art with ample parking.The Health club has a Swimming pool & full Fitness suite. One visit is included in the rate free of charge.The Hotel has onsite restaurant & bar Facilities.The surrounding countryside has excellent outdoor activities such as Golf, Horseriding, and Shooting

Charlemont Arms Hotel - English Street, Armagh BT61 7LB

9.0 miles from Shamrock Park
Rating\Stars: 3 | Prices from: £79.0 | Customer rating: 5\6
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The Charlemont Arms Hotel is a third generation family run hotel situated in the centre of the historical City of Armagh. Built in the mid 1700’s and steeped in history the Charlemont Arms Hotel has dominated Armagh for centuries - a locallandmark and a timeless, charming hotel. The hotel provides guests with the best of both worlds, traditional and modern and it still upholds its old fashionedvalues of impeccable service, comfort and superb dining. The hotel is perfectly located, situated between the city’s two famous Cathedrals and near the Market Place Theatre. Located in the centre of the town, it is beside the local shopping area which is host to individual boutiques and high street stores. Other visitor attractions within walking distance of the hotel are Armagh Planetarium and Observatory, the Armagh County Museum, the old Armagh Women’s Gaol and the beautiful Mall. Armagh’s two premier golf courses, The Loughgall Country Park and Golf Club and The County Armagh Golf Club are also close to the hotel. The Charlemont Arms Hotel offers a choice of traditional and modern cuisine with the Bistro Restaurant located downstairs, Turners Bar and the main hotel restaurant. Facilities include 30 spacious ensuite bedrooms, conference facilities and a large function room which caters for all occasions such as Christenings, Weddings and Anniversaries.

Dobbin Lodge - 8A Dobbin Street, Armagh BT61 7QQ

9.1 miles from Shamrock Park
Rating\Stars: | Prices from: £115.0 | Customer rating: n\a\6
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Dobbin lodge is a charming stone terrace house which is situated in Armagh City within walking distance of restaurants, cafes, shops, theatre, cinema and tourists attractions Dobbin lodge is a fully self catering accommodation with cosy living room, fully fitted kitchen, double bedroom, small twin bedroom and bath/shower room Accommodatio Dobbin lodge provides the perfect base for exploring both the North and South of Ireland and is ideally situated for walking, cycling and fishing. Visitors who enjoy a little holiday indulgence will love our cosy lodge offering friendly and welcoming accommodation will really provide a home from home while you are away Armagh City is famous for its two Cathedrals and Georgian architecture. It sits at the centre of County Armagh, nicknamed the "Orchard County" after its apple-growing heritage Just what is it about Armagh that makes it a true original? Raised on seven hills, it is a place of so many ‘firsts’, where history and mythology have become intertwined. A birthplace of Irish legends. A unique landscape providing distinctive produce. A Georgian city jewel at its core. For 7,500 years people have been drawn to Armagh. Tribes and druids, knights and kings, saints and scholars, innovators and creative talents, legendary names from Irish folklore and history. PUBS & BARS Relax in a modern, smart and stylish bar or cosy up at a crackling log fire in one of our traditional, historic hostelries and be bowled over by our local artisan ciders, so crisp they will make your mouth pucker! When it comes to whetting your whistle, Armagh certainly has plenty of pubs with a story to tell. Step off Armagh’s busy Market Street to find ‘The Hole In The Wall’, dating back to 1615 and a gaol in its previous life RESTAURANTS With exceptional produce in our Food Heartland and extraordinary culinary skills in
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