Ardress House

Ardress House

Nestled in the apple orchards of County Armagh, Ardress House is a 17th century house and traditional farmyard set in 40 hectares of countryside.

This 17th century, National Trust property offers afternoons of fun and relaxation for all the family with charming woodland and riverside walks. The atmosphere of a working farmyard has been rekindled with the return of small animals, giving it a character and charm all of its own.




Accessible toilets
Adapted toilets in reception area, only accessible when the house is open
Baby changing facilities available. Can only be accessed when the house is open
Free parking
Family and Children
Children's play area
Accessible route through grounds. Three steps to entrance. Alternative accessible entrance, at rear of house. One wheelchair available
Drinks and ice cream available.

Opening Hours

House and farm is open seasonally. 

1pm until 6pm on weekends between March and September.

Walking trails are open everyday dusk until dawn.



Gift Aid

Adult £5.50

Child £2.50

Family £13.50

Group outside normal hours N/A

Group Adult N/A



Adult £5.00

Child £2.27

Family £12.27

Group outside normal hours £6.00

Group Adult £4.00


Free parking

Getting There

By bus - Portadown to Tullyroan Bridge (passing close Portadown train station), to within ¼ mile


By car - take Exit 13 off the M1 and travel south on the B131 following signs for Ardress House


Walk Trails

Circular, 1 miles

Ardress House - Ladies Mile. A short walk through the woodlands of Ardress House.

Cycling Routes

Circular, 33 miles

Orchard County. A beautiful cycle route which follows quiet country roads through some of Armaghs best scenery.


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+44 (0) 28 8778 4753


64 Ardress Road,
BT62 1SQ

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