Argory House Walk
The Argory House Walk is a short but fun outing in County Tyrone, Northern Ireland that will take you around the estate grounds of a mansion built during the 1820s. While out walking the trail, you will take in the views of the historic house and make your way along the winding banks of the River Blackwater, before looping back through the woodland landscape. This is an excellent walk for anyone with an interest in nature or beautiful historic buildings.
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Route Description for Argory House Walk
If you find yourself in County Tyrone with a bit of an itch to explore the grounds of an historic estate, then you should certainly set your sights on the Argory House Walk. This short trail will lead you around a 320 Acre woodland estate that features beautiful views of a neoclassical mansion and a beautiful riverside setting.
From the trailhead, you will make your west while taking in the beautiful views of The Argory House that dates back to the 1820s, eventually reaching the banks of the River Blackwater. From here, you will continue heading west along the water’s edge.
Follow the path as it bends to the left and away from the river in order to take you through the dense cover of the forest. Eventually, you will meet up with Derrycaw Road and follow it to the left along the edge of the forest. Turning left once again, you will make your way to the northwest along the lane that will bring you back to the trailhead where you started your woodland adventure.
Getting to the Argory House Walk Trailhead
The trailhead for the Argory House Walk can be found 4.3 km northeast of Charlemont, just off Derrycaw Road, at The Argory National Trust site.
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