Travel & Accommodation

Getting to Armagh..

Armagh City is situated 40 miles southwest of Belfast and lies within a comfortable distance from Belfast City Airport, Belfast International Airport and Dublin Airport. The ports of Larne, Belfast, Dublin and Dún Laoghaire are also well within driving distance. To get driving directions to get to Armagh, click on the blue pin on the map, or open a larger map.

To get here by air, see the Visit Belfast website for an overview on travel via Belfast International Airport and Belfast City Airport. There’s also the City of Derry Airport for flights mainly to and from England and Scotland, and Dublin Airport has many international flights.

If you’re travelling by bus or train, check the timetables at the Translink website.

For more information on how to travel to and from Dublin, see the Visit Dublin website.

Where to stay..

Armagh

Armagh City is a unique place steeped in history and mythology, set in some of the most beautiful countrysides in Ireland. Armagh has preserved much of its centuries old character and today has some of the most beautiful 18th-century buildings in Ireland, including those on the Mall. Also on the Mall is the First Presbyterian Church, a handsome Gothic Revival building with tiered seating and splendid acoustics – the venue for two of the 2021 WKPF concerts. Armagh also has unparalleled modern facilities such as the new Armagh City Hotel, the Armagh Multi Media Access centre and the Market Place Theatre and Arts Centre. Festival patrons have a wide choice of accommodation which also includes a modern purpose-built hostel. All the festival venues are within easy walking distance.