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Fair View B&B is a traditional farmhouse in a country setting, just 3 miles from Garvagh.
Friels Bar and Restaurant live entertainment and superb food, shuttle taxi home.
Scenic route through the hills and valleys of the ancient Glenullin landscape
Choice of level forest walks
Country roads and gently undulating farmland in the Bann Valley
Temple Springs Fishery is a facility to cater for learning or occasional individual angler & groups.
Situated in the walled garden of the former Garvagh Estate.
Covering 200 hectares, Garvagh forest is situated on the Western outskirts of Garvagh, with ...
A megalithic tomb, dating to the Neolitic or New Stone Age (2000-4000) is found in Knockoneill.
The Vines aim is to not only meet the customers expectations, but to exceed them.
4 Dec 2017
Christmas sparkle will come to Garvagh as the countdown to the festive season gets underway.
Beautiful woodland walk along bank of Agivey River
Fair View is a traditional farmhouse in a country setting, just 3 miles from Garvagh. There is always a warm welcome and a cup of tea on arrival with supper if desired. Rooms have tea/ coffee, central heating, 'hot and cold' water and TVs.
Friels Bar and Restaurant is currently run by the fourth generation of the Friel family. The bar has been in the family name for over one hundred and fifty years. Traditional music every Friday evening and suburb quality food all day and evening.
Garvagh Forest offers several waymarked routes within the forest. Points of interest include an actual pyramid (folly created by Canning Family), Agivey River and splendid annual show of bluebells during May.
Temple Springs is a facility located in the Sperrin Mountain range just outside Garvagh that can be hired by groups of up to 20 anglers. All tackle and bait will be supplied. An induction can be given if required.
Situated in the walled garden of the former Garvagh Estate, the museum houses collections which cover most aspects of rural and domestic life in the 19th and early 20th Centuries.
Covering 200 hectares, Garvagh forest is situated on the Western outskirts of Garvagh, with trees from over 80 years onl to those only planted at the turn of the century.
A megalithic tomb, dating to the Neolitic or New Stone Age (2000-4000) is found in Knockoneill. It gets its name from the semi-circular forecourt of upright stones that lead to a gallery.
The Vines aim is to not only meet the customers expectations, but to exceed them. The Vines specialises in freshly prepared classic and contemporary dishes, all home made using locally sourced products.
In the coming weeks, Santa has a very busy schedule as he stops off in towns and villages to help turn on the Christmas lights. He is looking forward to seeing all the families in Garvagh!
4 Dec 2017