Enjoy a holiday cottage in the peace and tranquillity of Armagh the "orchard County" known for its apple growing and a long history of the Irish “Troubles”. However the countryside around Armagh is some of the most beautiful in Northern Ireland and has a wealth of Armagh holiday cottages to discover the long history of rebellion has meant that there is plenty to see if you are interested in Irish history.

Visit the county museum and the Palace Stables Heritage Centre and make the most of the local Armagh holiday cottages to stay and enjoy your holiday. The city is blessed with elegant Georgian buildings that surround the magnificent oval tree-lined Mall, where cricket is played in summer.

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Visit Lough Neagh, Ireland's largest lake and see a host of rare birdlife. Enjoy the Gosford Forest park and for rugged scenery at its wildest, a drive around the Ring of Gullion is a must.

In the beautiful rural setting of Slieve Gullion, you'll find the Ti Chulainn Cultural Activity Centre, close to Crosmaglen. Nearby Forkhill is home to the 1820s Slieve Gullion Courtyard. It stands in Slieve Gullion Forest Park, where you can take a scenic drive and view a passage grave, cairn and volcanic lake, against the striking backdrop of the South Armagh landscape.