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The Argory144 Derrycaw Road, Moy, Dungannon, Co. Armagh BT71 6NA
Telephone: 028 8778 4753
Wonderful vistas and riverside walks...
This atmospheric Irish gentry house is virtually unchanged since 1900. Among its contents is a unique working cabinet barrel organ. There are garden, woodland and riverside walks with wonderful sweeping views.
The Argory was built in the 1820's on a hill and has wonderful views over the gardens and 320 acre wooded riverside estate. This former home of the McGeough - Bond family has a splendid stable yard with horse carriages, harness room, acetylene gas plant and laundry. Take a stroll around the delightful gardens or for the more energetic along the woodland and riverside way-marked trails.
My parents were both from Co. Armagh and I was there from age 3 - 5 years. Though I feel as ancient as Ireland itself, I still remember a great deal about Armagh. For a time we lived close to Sinton's Castle and later on Barrack Hill. Thank you for the virtual tour and bringing back fond memories.
Haven't been there since 1992 when there was no electricity and somebody had to pump the bellows on the organ, for me to play one Sunday in June .looks alot better now and more pristine than it did in the McGeogh-Bond days .
i am going to visit the argory on the 22nd of october 2009 hope you will have every thing ready yours sincerly megan grimason
I walk my dogs round The Argory every morning and I never get tired of the tranquilty and the different aspects. The Argory is beautiful in every season and has everything from the river, the lawns and the tree lined walks. Please visit but don't tell too many people how good it is!
The Argory is a very nice and peaceful place to have a stroll or maybe just have a day out. i visited the argory today and i fully enjoyed the walks it had to offer. its tea shop and book store are also very nice with a very helpful information/reception desk.
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