Guided Tours Ireland/Armagh Guided Tours Wishing you all a Happy & Healthy New Year
Wishing you all a Happy Healthy 2022 and many thanks for your continued support in 2021.
I’m always keen to move forward and see what the new year has to bring. Plans are already in place for many of you to visit in 2022 if the Covid situation allows you. This I appreciate.
I know that many of you have taken a lot more time to think and share thoughts on that long held dream to visit the homeland of your ancestors.
With small family groups we certainly can create a lot of happy memories, visit townlands, graveyards, family homes all together and jointly share our love for the ancestral places of what shaped us today.
Living on an island I am always drawn to the edge and tours around the famous Antrim Coastline are not to be missed………a walk along the headlands and a paddle in the ocean bring out the child in all of us. Ancient Celtic settlements tell us of our early ancestors while castles and churches reveal our more recent history.
Good food and accommodation are very important and as a keen cook and farmer’s wife my love of local produce is key to fully embracing life here. Picnic hampers are certainly very popular and ideal for large family groups.
Choosing where to lay your hat is also very important when travelling as a family. I will be out on the road shortly to chat with my favourite hotels, B & B’s and restaurants………..ohh lots more good food to experience!
From my Ferguson Family here at Beechlodge Farm, Armagh, Northern Ireland I wish you and all those you love dearly a Happy Healthy 2022.
PS Do hope you enjoy my own personal amateur “seasons” video. Pictures were taken by me on my phone. They reflect the changes in landscape around my farm here in County Armagh and a trip to County Fermanagh. May help you decide what season you would like to visit.
Come on in……away from the edge and into the land of apple farming today.
Travel off the beaten track around the laneways where family farmsteads sit on every turn. The Autumn colours of September are appearing and in County Armagh the annual harvesting of the world famous Bramley cooking apple is taking place. It’s a case of all hands to the deck as families work round the clock to bring in the apple harvest.
With a personal tour you can focus on your interests, ask questions and get the best out of your trip.
Having the services of a personal guide for even a short time will introduce you to the areas geography and free up your time to enjoy without the pressure of map reading.
Why choose a personal tour?
• Great for saving time on your trip
• Personal experience
• Learn things that aren't in guide books
• Affordably priced
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