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This charming 17th-century farmhouse, elegantly remodelled in Georgian times, offers fun and relaxation for all the family. Set in 100 acres of countryside, there are apple orchards and charming woodland walks. The atmosphere of a working farmyard has been rekindled with the return of small animals.

Although little of the original contents remain there are some exceptionally good 18th and 19th century pieces on display including furniture and paintings. The highlight of the house is the Drawing Room with its decorative Neo-classical plaster work by Michael Stapleton. The farm yard is also packed full of historical farming implements ranging from planting to harvesting and the dairy to the black smith forge.

Enjoy 'The Ladies' Mile' walk through trees and shrubs. Children will love feeding the chickens in the farmyard and the events taking place throughout the year including Apple Press Day and Keep it Country.

Information

Opening times:
Farmyard and House: 15th - 18th February: 12 noon - 5pm Monday, Tuesday, Saturday, Sunday; 15th March - 29th June: 1-6pm Saturday, Sunday; 3rd July - 31st August: 1-6pm Thursday - Sunday; September: 1-6pm Saturday, Sunday

Tel: 028 8778 4753
Email: ardress@nationaltrust.org.uk
Web: http://www.nationaltrust.org.uk/ardress-house
Address: Ardress House, Annaghmore, Portadown, Co. Armagh, BT62 1SQ

Admission:
Farmhouse and House: Adult £4.54 / Child £2.27 / Family £11.36

  • Coach Parking/Set Down
  • Disabled Parking
  • Disabled Toilets
  • Meeting Room
  • Parking
  • Refreshments
  • Schools Room
  • Shop
  • Toilets