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A guided tour of South Derry discovering people and places that inspired Nobel poet Seamus Heaney.
Situated in heart of Northern Ireland, the hotel enjoys ease of access from the entire country ...
Knockloughrim Windmill is a restored windmill which was in operation until 1895.
The town of Maghera is a site of religious significance from ancient times.
9 Sep 2017
A guided tour will retell the history and folklore of the old gaol and courthouse dating from 1805.
Open all year. Wheelchair access. Provides a first class service for visitors to Northern ...
One mile north of Maghera stands a prehistoric tomb at least 4,000 - 6,000 years old.
Laurel Villa is Trip Advisor's number one place to stay in the Magherafelt area.
JC Stewart Foodhall has a century long tradition of commitment to buying and selling local produce.
Magherafelt's most prestigious 3-star, quality, purpose-built guesthouse.
‘There are few things as refreshing as finding there is another dimension behind the poetry of one so recognised and analysed, and that is what happens on every step of the journey through Heaney’s childhood terrain’
Travel Extra Review October 2014
Boutique style modern 16 bedroom hotel
Close to Belfast and Derry and The North Coast
The Sperrin Mountains and Lough Neagh a few minutes drive
Family friendly Hotel
An ideal base for touring Northern Ireland
Knockloughrim Windmill is positioned on the outskirts of the village of Knockloughrim situated on high ground. The mill was locally known as "Palmer's Folly" after its builder. The sails were destroyed by a great wind in the 1890's.
The town of Maghera is a site of religious significance from ancient times. The present day ruins of St. Lurach's Church date back to the 10th Century and it stands on the 6th Century monastery founded by St. Lurach, the patron saint of Maghera.
At the Bridewell, a familiar historical landmark in Magherafelt, a guided tour will retell the history and folklore of the old gaol and courthouse dating from 1805.
Open all year. Wheelchair access. Provides a first class service for visitors to Northern Ireland and for local residents. Services available at this office include free information on the local area - tourist attractions, accommodation, where to ...
One mile north of Maghera stands a prehistoric tomb at least 4,000 - 6,000 years old. Dolmens are tomb structures with standing stones and a horizontal capstone, found in a number of places in Ireland.
Laurel Villa is Trip Advisor's number one place to stay in the Magherafelt area and when you read our reviews it is easy to see why. We are ideally located within a 45 minute drive from Belfast, Derry, Giant's Causeway and Northern Ireland airports.
Bryson’s Magherafelt is Mid-Ulster’s premier entertainment venue, newly re-opened after a major refurbishment. Choose from four bars on three levels, or hire the private function areas for any occasion. Private car parking is also available.
JC Stewart Foodhall has a century long tradition of commitment to buying and selling local produce. They take pride in stocking the produce of over a dozen local bakers and pie-makers as well as the best of local hams, bacon, pork and beef.
TAAJ - Traditional, Authentic, Aromatic Journey.
Opened in 2013, situated on Queens Street Magherafelt opposite Meadowlane Shopping Centre and the town’s main public car park. For those who fancy a night on the town there are many top bars and clubs
Magherafelt's most prestigious 3-star, quality, purpose-built guesthouse. Our aim is to provide spotlessly clean warm luxurious facilities for the best sleep in town, accompanied by an invigorating power shower or relax and unwind in our jacuzzi.
9 Sep 2017