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Afternoon Tea at Killeavy Castle Estate

Killeavy Castle Estate, 12 Ballintemple Road, Killeavy, Armagh, BT35 8LQ
Afternoon tea at Killeavy Castle

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For the true Killeavy experience, treat yourself to Afternoon Tea at the Killeavy Castle Estate. With an extensive selection of scones, pastries and sandwiches featuring local produce and exotic ingredients, we offer something to suit every taste. Complement your Afternoon Tea with one of our wide range of teas and coffees. For a touch of decadence, pair your Afternoon Tea with an expertly crafted gin and tonic, or a glass of Champagne or prosecco. Afternoon Tea is priced from £29.50 per person and booking is essential.

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  • All areas accessible to disabled visitors

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  • Accommodation on site

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  • Booking Required

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  • On site parking

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Opening Times

Season (29 Apr 2024 - 31 Dec 2027)
DayTimes
Monday - Sunday12:30 - 15:30

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