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.
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