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Situated in Newry, this inn is 1.6 mi (2.5 km) from Slieve Martin and within 6 miles (10 km) of Narrow Water Castle and Ring of Gullion. Cranfield Beach and ...
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Situated near the beach, this eco-friendly hotel is 0.1 mi (0.2 km) from Crossmaglen Square and 1.7 mi (2.7 km) from Creggan Parish Church. Ring of Gullion and ...
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Blending 1,000 years of history with delightful countryside, modern conveniences and a selection of activities to please people of all ages, Newry is a great spot to book a hotel getaway. Whether you’re looking for a fun-packed weekend away complete with shopping and country walks, or a lakeside beach break with the family, Newry has it all.
As one of Northern Ireland’s largest cities, there is an abundance of accommodation available in the city. It’s easy to find a swanky hotel in the city centre, self-catering accommodation just outside the town or a cosy bed and breakfast offering all the warm hospitality that the Irish are renowned for. There’s something in Newry to satisfy every taste.
Newry is a top shopping hotspot, so those looking to enjoy its retail delights might want to splash out on a central deluxe hotel that caters for their every whim? Many of Newry’s hotels overlook the fresh waters of the River Clanrye, providing scenic beauty amidst the consumer splendours, fine dining options and bustling nightlife.
If you’re coming to Newry on a break with friends or family and don’t want to book a hotel there are a number of three, four and five star self-catering apartments and lodges available. Both in and out of the city, you can find a cheap apartment, or splash a little cash on some self-catering accommodation with a touch of finesse. Newry’s farmer’s market in the centre will keep you supplied with a selection of fresh local produce, such as locally reared meats and artisan breads, to cook up a storm in your home away from home.
The nearby Mourne Mountains in County Down are some of the largest in Ireland, and these granite sentries provide awesome views of the countryside. The mountains are also home to the Mourne Wall, an impressive 22 mile stretch of dry stone wall that undulates between more than a dozen mountain peaks. This is a prime spot for adventure seekers and there are plenty of hostels nearby for those who only really need a place to lay their weary head after a hard day’s hiking.
For those visiting Ireland on business, hotels in Newry offer a great way to get away from the tumult of Belfast without having to travel far for meetings. Newry is Northern Ireland’s best blend of rural village, bustling city and seaside town. Book a central hotel and you’ll be close to bustling bars and lively restaurants, but can easily escape to the Irish countryside for a breath of fresh air.
Sheltered by a natural forest, Newry’s campsite is situated on the coast of Carlingford Lough. What better way to enjoy the great outdoors than by sleeping under the stars? There is also a range of summer water sport activities available.