Situated in the heart of  County Armagh’s apple growing countryside and adjacent to the lake from which its name is derived, the village of Loughgall is renowned for its attractive
and pristine appearance which has won it many awards over the years. Indeed for
a settlement of its size, just one long street, it has an impressively high
proportion of fine buildings from both the Georgian and Regency periods. Over
20 of these buildings are listed by the Environment and Heritage Service as buildings of
special architectural or historic interest.


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