Armagh City Hotel

Address: 2 Friary Road, Armagh, County Armagh, Northern Ireland, BT60 4FR, United Kingdom | 3 star hotel
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This 3 star hotel, located on 2 Friary Road, Armagh, is near The Mall, Armagh County Museum, Royal Irish Fusiliers Museum, and Palace Stables Heritage Centre.
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        • Swimming pool
        • Restaurant
        • Fitness/Health center


        • Wheelchair accessibility
        • Free parking


        • Suites


        • Room service
        • Continental Breakfast
        • Business Services

        TripAdvisor Reviews Armagh City Hotel

        4.00 of 5 stars Excellent

        Travel Blogs from Armagh

        Off to Northern Ireland

        A travel blog entry by toncas_travels on Oct 03, 2015

        6 photos

        ... No sugar cane in sight. Uneventful trip over to Larne and then off to accommodation. Went bush again but all good. Nice guest house at Crumlin. Had subway for dinner and a couple scotches. Got to finish the Talisker to try some Irish whiskey ...

        From A to A, tomorrow from A to B.

        A travel blog entry by rlsjhos on Sep 15, 2015

        11 photos

        ... on the Lake) so could afford to have a couple more drinks than us (drink drive wise and financially!) but the conversation, environment general ambiance and the food were all good or better.
        Another short drive day and again via quite a circuitous route. Athlone to Armagh. More green fields, more lovely tree tunnels, more windy roads that snake around and up the hills. But what do we take ...

        Contrasting Worlds

        A travel blog entry by chris_a on Aug 02, 2015

        6 photos

        ... unionist neighbourhoods. They have been built at urban interface areas in Belfast, Derry, Portadown and elsewhere. The stated purpose of the peace lines is to minimise inter-communal violence between Catholics (most of whom are nationalists who self-identify as Irish) and Protestants (most of whom are unionists who self-identify as British)". The areas where the walls run appear to be tough places to live. The houses are small and repetitive in ...

        Sports day, shower caps and cathedrals

        A travel blog entry by rory60 on Jun 18, 2011

        8 photos

        ... Valley. The river was impressive in its scale and the mix of new developments with traditional industry and later, derelict linen mills along its banks. Interesting also for the diversity of the sporting activities being played as we cycled past, from rowing and canoeing on the water, to volleyball, hurling, bmx and many others alongside our route.
        Another surprise was the wildlife we were able to spot along the way. At one point we saw a seal in the ...

        Day 9/Castle Party

        A travel blog entry by wolfa on Jun 11, 2011

        1 photo

        ... something year old men who were out to celebrate the one man's birth of his first child. They were wild to say the least, and we referred to the night as Father of the Year. The guy's older brother was a complete wreck and kept dancing, doing push ups, and taking his shirt off. Somehow he did not get kicked out. Only in Ireland. We shared some drinks with the men and other ...