Moira is a village and civil parish in County Down, Northern Ireland. It is in the northwest of the county, near the borders with counties Antrim and Armagh. The M1 motorway and DublinâBelfast railway line are nearby. The settlement has existed since time immemorial. In a 2008 estimate the Northern Ireland Statistics and Research Agency approximated the population of Moira to be 4,221.
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48 Soldierstown Road, Moira, Aghalee, BT670ES, Co. Down
Clenaghans features self-catering suites, which have been converted from old farm buildings. It is located amongst picturesque countryside, just 25 minutes' drive from Belfast Airport and offers free WiFi and free parking.
65 Main Street, Moira, BT67 0LQ, Co. Down
In the centre of the historic village of Moira, this restored and modernised Georgian-style guest house offers superbly appointed, en suite rooms and free Wi-Fi.
1 Hillsborough Road, Moira, BT67 0HG, Co. Down
Adjacent to the 17th century Berwick Hall, Berwick Hall Cottage offers self-catering accommodation with free WiFi and free onsite parking. The historic village of Moira is just 6 minutes’ walk away and Lisburn is within 10 miles.
63 Main Street, Moira, BT67 0LQ, Co. Armagh
Situated one mile from the M1 (Moira turnoff) which is approximately 20 minutes from Belfast and 20 minutes from the international airport. The pub itself is a listed building and has recently been extensively renovated. The 'Barn' which is an origin
59 Main St, Moira, Co. Armagh
Dining at Wine & Brine is an incredible sensory experience. This is the place to enjoy an intimate dinner, family get-together or business meeting, within a bright, open-kitchen restaurant, or in one of three elegantly comfortable private dining