Benburb Manor House 380

Armagh, Northern Ireland

Brief Description

This is a 17th-century bawn on the site of an earlier castle, situated on a bluff above the River Blackwater. The Manor House of about 1887 (now a Servite Priory) survives with maintained planted terraces and glasshouses. Features include mature trees and extensive new plantings, a hermitage, a pinetum, walled gardens with glasshouses and three gate lodges.

Visitor Facilities

Access is by appointment only.
Features
Terrace, Hermitage, Glasshouse, Gate Lodge
Access & Directions

Access Contact Details

Access is by appointment only.

Directions

In Benburb south of the B128 overlooking the River Blackwater.
Associated People

Just one person associated to Benburb Manor House

Contact

Telephone

028 9056 9615

Official Website

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Other websites

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