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Dobbin Lodge

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  • Value 5.0
  • Friendliness 5.0
  • Cleanliness 5.0
  • Facilities 5.0
  • Service 5.0
  • Location 5.0

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Dobbin Lodge Information


Dobbin lodge is a charming stone terrace house which is situated in Armagh City within walking distance of restaurants, cafes, shops, theatre, cinema and tourists attractions Dobbin lodge is a fully self catering accommodation with cosy living room, fully fitted kitchen, double bedroom, small twin bedroom and bath/shower room Accommodatio Dobbin lodge provides the perfect base for exploring both the North and South of Ireland and is ideally situated for walking, cycling and fishing. Visitors who enjoy a little holiday indulgence will love our cosy lodge offering friendly and welcoming accommodation will really provide a home from home while you are away Armagh City is famous for its two Cathedrals and Georgian architecture. It sits at the centre of County Armagh, nicknamed the "Orchard County" after its apple-growing heritage Just what is it about Armagh that makes it a true original? Raised on seven hills, it is a place of so many ‘firsts’, where history and mythology have become intertwined. A birthplace of Irish legends. A unique landscape providing distinctive produce. A Georgian city jewel at its core. For 7,500 years people have been drawn to Armagh. Tribes and druids, knights and kings, saints and scholars, innovators and creative talents, legendary names from Irish folklore and history. PUBS & BARS Relax in a modern, smart and stylish bar or cosy up at a crackling log fire in one of our traditional, historic hostelries and be bowled over by our local artisan ciders, so crisp they will make your mouth pucker! When it comes to whetting your whistle, Armagh certainly has plenty of pubs with a story to tell. Step off Armagh’s busy Market Street to find ‘The Hole In The Wall’, dating back to 1615 and a gaol in its previous life RESTAURANTS With exceptional produce in our Food Heartland and extraordinary culinary skills in


  • WiFi internet


  • Free parking
  • Long-term parking

Children's Facilities

  • Highchairs

Activities and Experiences

  • Fishing
  • Golf
  • Golf - driving range
  • Art galleries & museums
  • Shopping
  • Antiques & fairs
  • Shopping - boutique
  • Theatre
  • Walking


  • Check in
    15:00 19:00
  • Check out
  • Child Policy
    Children welcome
  • Smoking Policy
    No smoking
  • Pets
    No pets
Booking Terms and Conditions


Dobbin lodge’s entrance is on the ground floor with room for storage. The accommodation is on the first floor


  • Road from Belfast (45.0 miles)
    From Belfast to Armagh?Distance: 40 miles?Time: 50 mins Take the M1 South bound. At junction 11, take the M12 exit to Craigavon/Portadown/Armagh At the roundabout, take the 1st exit onto M12 Turn left onto North St/A3 At the roundabout, take the 2nd exit onto Armagh Rd/A3 Continue to follow A3 Go through 3 roundabouts At the end of this road you will see The Mall on your left.
  • Road from Dublin (90.0 miles)
    From Dublin to Armagh?Distance: 135km / 83miles?Time: 1hr 30mins Take the M1 North bound (Toll Road) Take the A28 exit toward A27/Newry/Armagh/Craigavon At the roundabout, take the 1st exit onto A28 Drive 16 miles to Armagh
  • Bus from Belfast and Dublin (45.0 miles)
    BY BUS Armagh is on a direct bus link from many areas north and south of the border. There are two main bus services; Translink timetable enquiries www.translink.co.uk. Bus Eireann timetable
  • Train from Belfast and Dublin (45.0 miles)
    BY RAIL The Flagship Enterprise service operates between Dublin Connolly Station and Belfast Central Station, stopping at both Newry and Portadown Railway Stations. Information on all rail services in Northern Ireland can be obtained from Translink Journey Planner

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