The Centre for Celtic Spirituality welcomes you!
Email – firstname.lastname@example.org
Address – Emain Macha/ The Navan Centre, 81, Killylea Road, Armagh, Northern Ireland BT60 4LD
Phone – 028 38870667 (The Centre’s Office) or 028 3752 9644 (The Navan Centre).
The Centre for Celtic Spirituality, based at The Navan Centre 3 miles from Armagh city, offers plentiful and easy parking, a shop with gifts and books, a cafe/restaurant and a small study library. Details of regular programme events, study experiences, workshops etc. can be found on the pages of this web-site. If you’re in Ireland, plan to visit Armagh and to call at The Navan Centre. Staff work part-time, so if you want to book in for a study experience, please do so in advance. However, The Navan Centre also has its own programme and is open throughout the year – check out all that’s offered online.
Places to stay in and around Armagh
Fairylands B&B is ideal for one or two people planning to take a study option. It’s within walking distance of The Navan Centre, and is perfectly situated. TEL: 028 3751 0315
The De Averell Guesthouse is in Armagh, close to all amenities and the cathedrals. Telephone 028 37511213.
The Charlemont Arms Hotel is also in Armagh, close to the De Averell. Telephone 028 3752 2028.
The Armagh City Hotel is on the road which leads straight out to The Navan Centre. It also has a gym and a swimming pool. Telephone 028 37518888.
The Armagh City Youth Hostel has been recently refurbished. Great accomodation for young people or those on a tight budget. Situated on a high hill close to the old Anglican cathedral. Telephone 028 3751 1800.
Tandragee Gate Lodge – is a former gamekeeper’s Lodge situated on the edge of a beautiful forest park about 4 miles from Armagh City. See www.tandrageegatelodge.com
CRANNAGAEL HOUSE – for something totally different try this beautiful place. It offers a self-contained, 3 bed apartment in a mid-18th century Georgian House about 5 miles from Armagh. For full details see www.crannagaelhouse.com
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Other places of Celtic Pilgrimage to consider
The St. Patrick’s Trail – Armagh and Downpatrick – see www.discovernorthernireland.com
Glendalough, County Wicklow – www.glendalough.ie
Iona –www. iona.org.uk
Lindisfarne – www.aidanandhilda.org.uk
Friends of The Centre for Celtic Spirituality
If you would like to support the work of the Centre for Celtic Spirituality as a Friend, then register by sending your name and EMail address to email@example.com
You will be added to The Friends’ Mailing list and we will keep you updated about the programme.