Established by the Trouton family in 1999, Cherryville is a spacious, modern building set amongst two acres of landscaped gardens with parking capable of accommodating the largest of vehicles, even for those arriving by helicopter.
Nestled within the lush green scenery of County Armagh, Cherryville is a relaxing retreat for the business and holiday traveller alike whilst still being only a quarter of a mile from junction 12 on the M1. The motorway also provides easy access for the international explorer with direct routes to both Belfast International and the George Best Belfast City Airport.
All rooms are presented to the highest standard to ensure you have a relaxing and enjoyable stay and include: ensuite, free wi-fi, flat screen tv with free view and complimentary tea and Coffee.
Cherryville House sits in the small village of the Birches in the apple blossom county of Northern Ireland, County Armagh. It is 6 miles northwest of Portadown, close to junction 12 on the M1 Motorway and to the southern shore of Lough Neagh. Its central location and close proximity to the motorway make it the ideal destination for the business person or tourist to explore the charms and delights of Co Armagh and beyond. Local attractions include National Trust destinations The Argory and Ardress House.
Cherryville boasts a very modern kitchen and all meals are prepared fresh from a range of local suppliers. Served in the conservatory a choice of hearty, or light, breakfasts are available to each guest and we are very happy to cater for evening meals upon request or make up picnics for those of you on walking holidays. A taxi can be provided for anyone wishing to sample the local pubs and restaurants.