Maureen, your hostess at Fairylands Country House takes great pleasure in welcoming you to her family-run purpose built B&B, which offers luxury accommodation at affordable prices. Fairylands is situated in the quiet countryside 1 mile outside Armagh City, just off the main Armagh-Enniskillen Road (A28) cycle route 92. It is also within walking distance of the Navan Heritage Centre, and the Cathedral City. After a day’s travel and site seeing, relax, unwind and put your feet up in the Guest Lounge at Fairylands. Watch the large flat screen TV or a DVD in our spacious lounge centred around a welcoming open log/turf fire on colder evenings. Free Wifi is available to guests throughout Fairylands.
Escape to the land of nod in the comfortable beds at Fairylands, and in the morning, revive the senses with a blast from your own power shower.
All Guestrooms Feature:
- Complimentary Wifi Internet
- Tea & Coffee Hospitality Tray
Fuel yourself for the day ahead with a hearty breakfast from the extensive menu at Fairylands.
Made fresh to order, enjoy a tasty Full Irish Breakfast.
A ‘Full Irish Breakfast’ typically consists of bacon (rashers!), sausages, black & white pudding, eggs, toast, tea or coffee. A selection of cereals, fruit & juices are also available to those who may not wish to start their day with too much salty meat!
The City of Armagh:
On The Map: Armagh City is located in County Armagh on the southern border of Northern Ireland. Armagh is 1 hour/ 65km southwest of Belfast (Northern Ireland’s capital) on the main A3 road.
The city of Armagh is one of the most historic on the island. It was the seat of the ancient Kings of Ulster, who were crowned at nearby Emain Macha (Navan Fort). There’s a graciousness about the city, with its steep streets following the curves of the ditches that surrounded the ringfort or rath where Saint Patrick built his stone church in 445. In the Palace Demesne are the ruins of a Franciscan friary, founded in 1263. Few medieval buildings have survived, but there are many fine examples of Georgian architecture, especially around the tree-lined Mall, which used to be the city’s racecourse.