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Atmospheric Irish gentry house and wooded riverside estate

Built in the 1820s, this handsome Irish gentry house is surrounded by its 130-hectare (320-acre) wooded riverside estate.

The former home of the MacGeough Bond family, a tour of this Neo-classical masterpiece reveals it is unchanged since 1900. The eclectic interior still evoking the family's tastes and interests.

Outside there are sweeping vistas, superb spring bulbs, scenic walks and fascinating courtyard displays.

A second-hand bookshop, adventure playground and Lady Ada's award-winning tea-room provide retreats for children and adults alike.

What's on

  • There are literally carpets of Snowdrops at The Argory © Sean Reid

    Snowdrop walks

    Come and see the wonderful show of snowdrops on display at The Argory, every weekend in February....

  • The Argory © Nick Meers

    Free open day

    Enjoy free admission on Saturday 7 March 2015

  • A delicious scone, with cream and jam © David Levenson

    Mother's Day Tea Party

    Give Mum a special treat this Mother's Day with a tour of the Argory and afternoon tea.


We will be running a photo competition in association with our snowdrop walks throughout the month of February. Simply get snapping around Springhill and The Argory, then upload your snowdrop images to our Facebook page, it's as simple as that. The winning image will appear on our website.

A night of 100 pipers

Argory Tartan will be hosting a fund raising event at The Armagh City Hotel on Saturday 21 March. This will be a great opportunity to hear some details about the upcoming event in July. Champions of Champions Bleary & District Pipe Band will be playing at the event.