Hotels in Armagh, Ireland

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Hotels in Armagh, Ireland

The seat of both Protestant and Catholic archbishops and the spiritual capital of Ireland for 1,500 years, Armagh undoubtedly is the most venerated of Irish cities. In fact St. Patrick, the patron saint of Ireland built his church where the Anglican cathedral is now. The Navan Fort, stronghold of the kings of Ulster from 700 BC is only two miles away from the city, visitors can step back in time and relive the legends of the heroic tales. Kids and adults alike will love The Armagh Observatory & Planetrium, and museums.

Seagoe Hotel


Attractively situated in generous grounds with secure parking for 140 cars, the luxuriously appointed Seagoe Hotel is the Orchard County Of Armagh's best kept secret. Its private and secluded setting is complemented by it being positioned as it is, close to the M1 slip road and within easy reach of the Belfast International Airport. From the moment you enter the Seagoe's impressive foyer, the impression is one of attention to detail, the integrity of the design and fit out being matched by the professionalism and friendliness of the staff. The entire hotel has been thoughtfully designed for easy wheelchair access featuring lifts and other facilities for disabled guests, including two purpose-built ground floor bedrooms. An ambience of luxury and comfort underlines the quality of the welcome which awaits business, private and family visitors alike. An atmosphere of relaxation pervades the foyer and cafe / bar area with a calming view which overlooks the tranquil Japanese garden terrace.

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