Attractions and Links

Cherryville House sits in a rural location in the apple blossom county of Northern Ireland, County Armagh. It is 6 miles northwest of Portadown, close to junction 12 on the M1 Motorway and to the southern shore of Lough Neagh.  Its central location and close proximity to the motorway make is the ideal destination for the business person or tourist to explore the charms and delights of Co. Armagh and beyond.

Tourist and Family Attractions

Ardress House – This charming 17th-century farmhouse, elegantly remodelled in Georgian times, offers fun and relaxation for all the family. Set in 40 hectares. Click here for more info.

The Argory – Built in the 1820s, this handsome Irish gentry house is surrounded by its 130-hectare (320-acre) wooded riverside estate The Argory provide the perfect retreat for children and adults alike. Click here for more info.

Lough Neagh – In the heart of Northern Ireland you will find Lough Neagh, the largest lake in Ireland & Britain. Lough Neagh captivates visitors with its tranquil atmosphere, un-spoilt scenery, secluded bays and skyward views. Lough Neagh is a haven for wildlife with many viewpoints around the shoreline. Click here for more info.

The Loughshore Trail – is known as Route 94 of the National Cycle Network and is a bi-directional 113 mile cycle route that encircles Lough Neagh. The Loughshore Trail is a unique cycleway, not only because of its location but because it uses quiet country lanes and consists of mainly flat terrain. Click here for more info.

Peat Lands – Peatlands Country Park, close to the southern shores of Lough Neagh, was specifically established to promote and facilitate peatland awareness and issues. Visitors can explore the 680 site on foot along its many paths and wooden walkways. There is an outdoor turbary site where visitors can get the feel (and the smell!) of cutting turf. Click here for more info.

Armagh Planetarium – Armagh Planetarium is a world-renowned astronomical educational establishment. Established in 1968 its purpose is to bring astronomy to a wider audience. Our aim is to demonstrate to our visitors the amazing objects that exist in the cosmos in a fun and friendly atmosphere. Click here for more info.

Local Attractions County Armagh

Outdoor and Sporting Pursuits

Foymore Lodge Country Pursuits – Northern Ireland’s newest and most modern clay pigeon shooting and outdoor pursuits centre based near Portadown, Co Armagh. Click here for more info.

Craigavon Watersports Centre – The centre is situated on the edge of the Craigavon lakes in attractive open parkland. There are many watersports on offer; choose from banana boating, water-skiing, windsurfing, sailing or canoeing – whether you are an expert or just want to try something new, everyone is catered for. Click here for more info.

The Rink Sports Arena and Multipurpose Centre – Located just off the M1 motorway near Portadown, Northern Ireland is Irelands premier activity centre for rollerblading, skating and hockey. Click here for more info.

Craigavon Ski Centre – Northern Ireland’s premier artificial ski slope is located at Silverwood near Lurgan. Ideal for beginners and expert skiers and snowboarders. Click here for more info.

Silverwood Golf Centre – Silverwood Golf Club, established in 1984 is a picturesque 18 hole parkland course conveniently located on the outskirts of Lurgan and close to Junction 10 of the M1 Motorway. Click here for more info.