Darkley House

Historic Houses | Co. Armagh, Northern Ireland.



Darkley House is a 2 storey country residence with Georgian windows, high ceilings and a welcome for all. It sits on the edge of Darkley village and overlooks the winding road to Newtonhamilton.

Darkley House has a history in the linen industry in the 18th century and was the home of the industrious entrepreneur Mr Calvert who developed the mill village of Darkley in County Armagh.

Darkley House was a symbol of power and prestige in the linen period and decisions made in the house affected the whole region.

History is revisited via Crossfire Trust which seeks to heal the past and restore confidence, hope and community aspirations for the future. The Crossfire Trust is a registered charity which cares for the physical, emotional and spiritual needs of the people, primarily in South Armagh, Northern Ireland.

Accommodation is available for individuals or small families who may find themselves homeless or in need of emergency accommodation. This can be overnight or longer term, depending on the circumstances.

Address: Darkley House, 95 Darkley Road, Darkley, Armagh, Co. Armagh BT60 3AY


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  1. Can anyone come in for dinner at darkley house

    Marie anderson February 9, 2015 at 1:15 pm Reply

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