Select Page
Keady Holiday Homes Armagh

Keady Holiday Homes Armagh

Keady is a village in County Armagh situated about 8 miles south of Armagh city and very close to the border with the Republic of Ireland.

A tributary of the river Callan known as the Clea flows from its source in Tullynawood lake through the centre of Keady. The river Clea once powered the towns millwheels. In the centre of the town stands the Old Mill, which has been converted into a modern Visitor Centre, Cafe and community enterprise resource. The building is complete with its own millwheel and acts as the entrance to a beautiful riverside walk.

The Keady Monument honours William Kirk, the man acknowledged for bringing economic prosperity to the area with his mills at Keady and Darkley.

Best known for being a member of the prolific Irish folk music singing group The Clancy Brothers, internationally renowned folk musician, artist, poet and storyteller Tommy Makem was born and raised in Keady.

Attractions in County Armagh include Oxford Island and Palace Stables.

Choose a town in County Armagh