Ballycanal has been given Welcome Scheme Accreditation by Northern Ireland Tourist Board for excellence in the above areas. This accreditation recognises that Ballycanal pays particular attention to visitor's needs in relation to families, cyclists, walkers, anglers and golfers.

Lagan Towpath

Ballycanal Manor is situated along the bands of the Canal towpath which stretches from Belfast to Lough Neagh. It allows for easy walking or cycling in scenic surroundings. Users can take also pleasure in a spot of birdwatching or fishing at the Broadwater Lake.

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Brownlow House

Brownlow House was built in 1836 to the design by Scottish architect William Henry Playfair, replacing the earlier house which was built in the early 1600s.

It is reputed to have 365 rooms and was built for Charles Brownlow.

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Lurgan Park and Lake

Lurgan Park is Northern Ireland's largest urban park and the second largest public park in Ireland. It is host to many events throughout the year including Lurgan Show and Lurgan Park Rally.

It also offers a fifty-nine acre man-made lake, playing fields and many walking and running paths.

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Lough Neagh

Lough Neagh is the largest lake in the UK and Ireland and offers a range of watersports and birdwatching activities. The discovery centre is one of Northern Irelands most innovative visitor attractions. A range of retail and boating facilities are also available.

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"What a fantastic place. We stayed in a self-catering cottage. There were 4 adults and 2 children. We had plenty of room. The Cottage was clean homely had all essentials in. Mark was there to meet us and gave us the run down on the cottage and local area. It was very peaceful but within 5 min drive you were in Moira high street. Would thoroughly recommend and we will be going back thank you to Mark and Teresa. Stayed October 2015, travelled with family. Stayed October 2015, travelled with family