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Raffle: extremely desirable prizes up for grabs

Tickets for our annual raffle are now on sale. Proceeds go towards restoring more historic buildings, ultimately giving guests further options for special getaways. We have a variety of pretty terrific prizes. Just to prove to you that we are not exaggerating, here are details of the FIRST PRIZE:

Thierry Faure painting (raffle prize)

Thierry Faure painting (raffle prize)

A painting by renowned artist Thierry Faure (worth approx. €2,000), a 3 night stay at Tullymurry House (including the spa area) and €1,000 spending money!

Tullymurry House is one of our most luxurious properties. An elegant, country house located near Newry in County Down, it sleeps up to eight people and is child friendly. What is different to many our of properties, is that Tullymurry House has a ‘wellness area’ including a hot tub and sauna. The property also has an orchard. Guests are welcome to pick the orchard fruit – baking with the fruit is up to you!

Like many of our properties, it has an open fire (now that September’s here, it’s not too early to start thinking about the delight of lovely open fires is it?), books, board games and comfy beds – we do get great feedback from guests on how well they sleep in our properties.

In terms of things to do, we have several suggestions on Tullymurry’s property page including golf, equestrian and sailing options. There are nearby forest, park and mountain walks – Slieve Donard is a popular and stunning mountain in nearby Newcastle and Tollymore Forest Park in Bryansford will interest Game of Thrones fans.

If you do win first prize in the raffle and are unsure how to spend your €1,000, one suggestion would be to take a trip to The Outlet Village Banbridge (close to Newry) or travel further north to Belfast, for shopping, restaurants and culture. There are also plenty of restaurant options in County Down.

To enter the raffle, please follow this link and pop in the comment box how many tickets you would like – many thanks for your support.