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Travel guide Lurgan


Known for its stunning natural beauty, lush countryside, and charming villages, Countrylurgan is a must-visit destination for nature lovers and history enthusiasts alike. There is a wide range of activities to enjoy, from hiking and cycling to exploring historic sites and sampling traditional cuisine. Countrylurgan offers a variety of accommodation options, from cozy bed and breakfasts to luxurious hotels, ensuring a comfortable stay for every traveler. Explore everything this enchanting destination has to offer and make unforgettable memories in Countrylurgan.



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Where to sleep in Lurgan: Best available accommodation options

Discover the best hotels to stay in Lurgan, to help you choose the perfect accommodation according to your needs. You will find plenty of information about accommodations, including details on services and rates, to plan your vacation perfectly.


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Frecuently asked questions about Lurgan

What are the best accommodations in Lurgan?

There are several hotels and guesthouses in Lurgan, such as the Seagoe Hotel and the Cohannon Inn.

What are the top activities to do in Lurgan?

Some popular activities in Lurgan include walking or cycling around Lurgan Park, visiting Brownlow House, and exploring Oxford Island Nature Reserve.

Are there kid-friendly activities in Lurgan?

Yes, there are several kid-friendly activities in Lurgan such as visiting the Lurgan Toy Museum, enjoying a picnic in Lurgan Park, and taking a boat trip around Lough Neagh.

What are the must-visit museums in Lurgan?

Some must-visit museums in Lurgan include the Lurgan Museum, which showcases the history of the town, and the nearby Irish Linen Centre & Lisburn Museum.

Are there any churches to visit in Lurgan?

Yes, there are several historic churches in Lurgan such as Shankill Parish Church and St Peter's Church of Ireland, which are worth a visit for their architecture and history.

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