Armagh Self Catering Guide

Armagh is a county of gentle hills which becomes more hilly towards the south. Around Richill and Loughanll in the north is a rich fruit growing area, which has earned for Armagh the title of "The Garden of Ulster", it is noted for Bramley apples, garden plants and jam.

Lurgan and Portadown are important centres of the linen industry. This area was the scene of many events in the literature of ancient Ireland. In bygone times the ancient city of Armagh was the seat of Ulster kings and has been Ireland's ecclesiastical capital for 1,5000 years.

The natural barrier, between north and south Ireland goes through Armagh, a long sand and gravel ditch called the Black Pigs Dyke is in fact a glacial, or Ice age remnant. Bordered on the north by Irelands largest lake, Lough Neagh, Armagh is one of the 'Six Counties' that make up the current Northern Ireland.

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