1-5 of 5 Leisure Vehicles found within 50 Miles

  • Motorhome hire banbridge

    15 miles from Armagh

    Key Features
    • 5 Berths
    • 6 seatbelts
    • Festivals: Yes
    • EU Travel: Yes
    • Pets: Yes
    • Length 6.00m

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  • Motorhome hire banbridge

    15 miles from Armagh

    Key Features
    • 5 Berths
    • 5 seatbelts
    • Festivals: Yes
    • EU Travel: Yes
    • Pets: Yes
    • Length 0.00m

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  • Motorhome hire banbridge

    21 miles from Armagh

    Key Features
    • 6 Berths
    • 6 seatbelts
    • Festivals: No
    • EU Travel: Yes
    • Pets: No
    • Length 7.30m

    Advert: Bookable

  • Motorhome hire Hillsborough

    25 miles from Armagh

    Key Features
    • 6 Berths
    • 6 seatbelts
    • Festivals: No
    • EU Travel: Yes
    • Pets: Yes
    • Length 7.00m

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    £105 /Night View »

    Advert: Bookable

  • Motorhome hire Hillsborough

    25 miles from Armagh

    Key Features
    • 6 Berths
    • 6 seatbelts
    • Festivals: No
    • EU Travel: Yes
    • Pets: Yes
    • Length 6.92m

    From

    £105 /Night View »

    Advert: Bookable

Motorhome Hire Armagh, Ireland

motorhome hire Armagh has plenty to keep you occupied for a day or two. The city offers cathedrals and museums and has been the site of the Catholic primacy of All Ireland since St Patrick established his church here. The city is also the seat of the Protestant Church of Ireland's archbishop of Armagh. Armagh has a number of events during the year and the local St Patrick's Day Parade (March 17) is one of the largest in the country. The County fleadh (traditional music and dancing festival, usually with plenty of sessions around town) takes place in June and November sees one of Ireland's major uilleann piping events, the five-day William Kennedy Piping Festival all ideal for Motorhome hire Armagh. Armagh City and District has a wealth of visitor attractions and facilities. The heart of the Orchard County, Irelands oldest city is home to Saint Patrick's Church of Ireland Cathedral first built by the Saint in 445AD is well worth a visit as is Saint Patrick's Catholic Cathedral. Saint Patrick's Church of Ireland Cathedral, St Patrick founded his Great Church on the hill of Armagh in 445AD. The present building dates from 1268 and was last restored in 1834. The Cathedral contains an 11th Century Celtic Cross, a number of sculptures from the Iron Age to the 20th Century.