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Modern facilities in a stunning Sperrins setting

By Staff Reporter

Published 22/09/2015

The centre at Kilcronaghan
The centre at Kilcronaghan

Kilcronaghan Centre is nestled at the foot of the Sperrin Mountains, halfway between Londonderry and Belfast, and only 40 minutes from Armagh.

Surrounded by a beautiful landscape, it's an ideal out-of-city venue for conferences, meetings and residentials.

Suitable for corporate clients, schools and youth groups, Kilcronaghan has vast grounds including a presentation area and BBQ for private and corporate hire - perfect for outside meetings and launches.

The centre itself is a stunning 19th century house, originally a Church of Ireland rectory.

Fully refurbished in 2000, Kilcronaghan offers excellent accommodation and conference facilities.

A new, dedicated conference suite was completed in 2012 and offers top-class modern facilities including a computer suite and modern technology - PA, screen, projector and conferencing essentials.

The suite can accommodate up to 100 delegates. It can also be reconfigured to suit smaller groups from 10 people and above.

There are also break out areas and meeting rooms.

The venue can be hired self-catering - it has a modern, fully equipped kitchen - or full catering packages can be provided

With accommodation available on-site, the centre is an excellent residential venue and the rectory can sleep 45 people in its ensuite bedrooms.

Special offers on bookings for accommodation, conferences, meetings or any of the on-site facilities are now available for the remainder of 2015.

There are also competitive rates available for mid-week bookings to June 2016.

For further details, or to arrange a visit, call 028 7962 7826 or email: manager@kilcronaghan.co.uk

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