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The Cross Square Hotel

4-5 O'Fiach Square, Crossmaglen, Newry, Co. Down, BT35 9AA
The Cross Square Hotel

About

The Cross Square Hotel, is a locally run business in the heart of South Armagh. The Cross Square Hotel beautifully combines old world rustic charm with a contemporary, yet relaxed, homely atmosphere.

We are renowned for our restaurant and have an excellent reputation for great food made from local produce, all served in a welcoming and charming setting of Crossmaglen.

We have a traditional Irish Bar, which features live music, and entertainment every weekend.

We are conveniently located, midway between Belfast and Dublin, just 12 miles off junction 17 on the M1. Sitting a short distance from Newry City, The Cross Square Hotel is therefore the ideal base from which to explore all of the regions many attractions. These include the ‘Ring of Gullion’ Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty, the world famous Mourne Mountains and the surrounding landscape to name but a few.

For Guests wishing to shop, The Cross Square Hotel provides easy access to both vibrant shopping locations of Newry and Dundalk. We are also a short journey from the bustling seaside town of Carlingford, set among the spectacular Cooley Mountains.

Facilities

Catering

  • Licensed
  • Restaurant on Premises

Leisure Facilities

  • Wifi

Provider Preferences

  • Family Room on request

Room / Unit Features

  • TV In Bedrooms

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