Killeavy Castle Estate
“Relaxed fine dining with stunning provenance.” - AA Inspector
NEWRY, COUNTY ARMAGH
Our Inspector's view
Located on a 350-acre estate made up of woods and farmlands, the castle was built in the 19th century but the current property opened as a hotel in 2019. Much of the produce on the modern Irish ‘farm to plate’ style menu comes from the estate and walled gardens.
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Facilities – at a glance
Credit cards accepted
- Cuisine style: A La Carte
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About the area
Discover County Armagh
From its highest point up on Slieve Gullion to its lower extremity at Lough Neagh, County Armagh’s scenery packs a punch. The county claims St Patrick himself as one of its sons – the Irish patron saint was Bishop of Armagh in the fifth century – and calls itself the 'Ecclesiastical Capital of Ireland'. You might also have heard it called 'Orchard County', and you’ll see why when you take your first sip of local cider.
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