We stayed at Grange Lodge for two days to see a bit of Northern Ireland, particularly some of the rural countryside where a lot of the Quaker emigration to America in the 1600s originated. Ralph and Norah are the consummate hosts -- so welcoming, pleasant and lovely -- and Norah's cooking is to die for! Ralph's speciality is the whisky-infused porridge, which you also must try. By all means, book at least one dinner in advance as well as enjoying the breakfasts while you are there. The oldest parts of the house are 300 years old, but the room was welcoming, the bed was comfortable, and the room overlooked the lovely countryside as far as the eye could see from the Grange's hilltop location. The Grange is an easy drive to Armagh, a bit further to Belfast, and close to several old Quaker meeting houses (the Grange, Moyallon, and the original Lurgan meeting house, where the original 1696 cornerstone can still be found nearby). We loved Ralph and Norah's hospitality and our comfortable, restful stay at the Grange. We will be back!
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- Also Known As:
- Grange Lodge Dungannon, Northern Ireland