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Clanmurry

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    Reviewed 26 October 2016

    Beautiful house with wonderful gardens! John and Sara were absolutely lovely and very welcoming hosts. Great breakfast and very comfortable room. I was there for three nights and it was perfect to explore the countryside and the rest of Northern Ireland.

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    London, United Kingdom
    Reviewed 15 August 2016

    I discovered Clanmurry by chance and it turned out to be a gem. I enjoyed a perfect weekend recovering from a local wedding at their understated, beautiful home and wonderfully kept surrounding gardens. My first time in Ireland and not knowing what to expect, this bed and board offers a bit more than the ordinary, spacious, comfortable, fantastic value for...

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    Christchurch, New Zealand
    Reviewed 16 June 2016

    John and Sara are charming hosts and their home and gardens have timeless beauty. I stayed two nights, was welcomed like family and felt immediately at home. The gardens were in full bloom and lifted the spirit. I would also recommend a walk along Quilly Road (away from the town) on an early Summer's morning as one of Northern Ireland's...

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    Bellshill, United Kingdom
    Reviewed 4 October 2015

    Be prepared for a special treat if you enjoy the good life, art, history and beautiful gardens. A warm welcome from the host set the tone for our 2 night stay in Clanmurray and we were made to feel more like friends than strangers. Our room had everything you would expect and so much more. Beautifully furnished, an interesting bookshelf,...

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    1Thank 170marcia
    Belfast
    Reviewed 9 January 2013

    Hi TA readers, Stayed at Clanmurry for one night over Xmas 2012 and enjoyed the experience. The owners were welcoming and gracious hosts. The family is steeped in history so ask for the story when you're there, it's an interesting tale. The house itself is lovely. It's in a good location just off the motorway. Large and clean rooms so...

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    Clanmurry is a Heritage house Bed & Breakfast with the historical link to the McCorkell passenger line To America during the 18th & 19th centuries ... more   less 

    Additional Information about Clanmurry

    Address: Lower Quilly Road, Dromore BT25 1NL, Northern Ireland
    Region: United Kingdom > Northern Ireland > County Down > Dromore
    Price Range: $52 - $73 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
    Number of rooms: 3
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    “All the rooms are integral to this grand family home, not detached in any way. Lovely views over the gardens and grounds.”
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