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Allistragh Cottages

67A & 67B Moy Road, Allistragh, Allistragh, Armagh, BT61 8DW
Allistragh Cottages


We have two cottages situated 2.5 miles (4km) from Armagh City on the A29 road to Moy. Each of these new cottages are to a very high standard consisting of 2 bedrooms, 1 Double room and 2 Singles (sleeps 4) both en-suites.

Fully fitted kitchens with washing machine, dryer, dishwasher, fridge, hob, cooker, cutlery delph etc…
Bathroom with wet room shower.
Sitting room with TV and free WIFI
Gas Heating

There is a post office; convenience shop and petrol filling station approx. 40 metres from the houses.
Free parking and parking for Buses and commercial vehicles
All Credit card payments accepted

Local Attractions:
Fishing in the Callan and Blackwatertown rivers
Golf in Loughgall and Armagh
Site nearby of the Battle of The Yellow Ford
Close to the Villages of Moy, Blackwatertown and Benburb with pubs and restaurants
Also unique to the area is the sport of Road Bowls which are only played in Armagh and Cork. They are played on country roads over a 4 mile course

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