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  1. Family enjoy a cycle through woodlands at Gosford Park
    Gosford Forest Park comprises some 240 hectares of diverse woodland and open parkland. Enjoy facilities for all including playparks, mountain bike, horse and walking trails and a pump track.
    1. Part city-centre walking tour, part guided tour of the Hill of Armagh, Unearthing Macha is an exciting fusion of history, storytelling, and food!
    2. Aerial view of Killeavy Castle Estate. A luxury Hotel Spa destination in Newry, Northern Ireland.
      Welcome to Killeavy Castle Estate, the perfect antidote to the modern fast paced world. Named winner of the Luxury Castle Hotel (Europe) Award at the prestigious World Luxury Awards 2021, it’s the ideal place to escape and unwind, and is located just 10 minutes outside Newry City.
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    3. Armagh Observatory and Planetarium is “the place for space”. Watch an amazing Full Dome Theatre show and explore the Universe. Immerse yourself in the latest scientific research in our exhibition area, and take a relaxing walk through our Astropark.
      1. A mix of comfortable accommodation, conference facilities, delicious Irish cuisine, Health & Fitness Club (recent winner of 'Best Hotel Gym' at N.Ireland’s first Health & Fitness Awards) & a dynamic combination of professionalism & friendly service.
      2. At Ballydougan Pottery we offer traditional Ulster cooking with a modern twist, lovingly created by our team of chefs using the best of locally sourced fresh produce and served on our hand-made Ballydougan Pottery.
        1. Armagh Apple Farm
          Armagh Cider Company is a family business based at Ballinteggart House where apples have been grown for five generations. Walk through the orchards, experience the cidery and bottling plant before tasting our award winning ciders and juices.
        2. Activities & attractions
          County Armagh is big on adventure, even though it’s Northern Ireland’s smallest county. But that just makes getting from one place to another a walk in the park. We’ve plenty of those by the way – and a whole lot more besides.
        3. Food & Drink
          Armagh is made for wandering around and you know how that works up an appetite. Happily, there are any number of first-rate restaurants where you can refuel - whether you’ve got little people to please or are after a romantic meal for two.
        4. Accommodation
          The smallest county is always ready with the biggest welcome. You’ll find it in five-star guest houses, homely hotels, cosy cottages, boutique chic and go-as-you-please self-catering options. And rest assured, whether your travelling companions are two-legged or four-legged, there’s something here for everyone.
        5. Couple walking in front of Armagh County Museum.

          Armagh may be Northern Ireland’s smallest county, but what it lacks in acreage, it more than makes up for in inspiring places to visit and interesting things to see.

        6. Aerial view of Saint Patrick's Roman Catholic Cathedral and Armagh City at sunset, County Armagh.

          Making your way to Armagh, the Orchard county couldnt be easier and here we tell you the best way to get there.

        7. Children playing around a giant book in Slieve Gullion Forest Park
          Slieve Gullion is Ireland's Mountain of Mystery. The Forest Park offers walking trails, a scenic drive, an Adventure Playpark, Giant's Lair children's story trail and Courtyard with coffee shop.
          1. Oxford Island National Nature Reserve is a peninsula created by successive lowering of Lough Neagh. Four miles of footpaths, five birdwatching hides, woodland, ponds, wildflower meadows, picnic and play areas.
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