About Crannagael House
Crannagael House, owned and occupied by Jane and John Nicholson, is nestled in the heart of the County Armagh countryside and is approximately 5 miles from junction 13 on the M1 and 6 miles from Portadown just off the B28, Moy – Portadown Road.
It is a grade 2 listed Georgian house and is still owned by the same family that built it in the mid 18th century. It is surrounded by gardens, parkland and mature woodland, and the accommodation overlooks an apple orchard – a delight when the blossom is out in May!
The self contained apartment on the East wing comprises three bedrooms, one king, one twin and one single. There is an upstairs bathroom and downstairs shower with wc (both with wonderful views of the orchard!). It has a fully fitted kitchen, dining area and lounge which gets the morning sun. The backdoor opens onto a patio and barbecue area, adjacent to an apple orchard. There is full oil fired central heating as well as a wood burning stove in the lounge.
The main house will feature once again as one of the stops on the Hidden Gems Tour organised by Armagh, Banbridge and Craigavon councils as part of their much loved Georgian week in Armagh. Come along & take part in this guided tour celebrating the Georgian architecture of the area. Morning coffee & a two-course lunch provided. More info: goo.gl/dEk7M9
The Georgian Festival marks the beginning of the Christmas festive season – four jam-packed days running from November 22nd – 25th. From its literature to fashion, arts to food, this period is still intriguing today and the Georgian Festival gives visitors a true insight into life in Armagh City during the Georgian era. #armaghgeorgianfestival. There is something for everyone so check out their website or follow this link for programme and events: goo.gl/Zioc18