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Great location, lovely coffee shop, amazing venue for a smaller intimate wedding. Interesting exhibition to view. House is not open every day as they have private functions so it's advisable to check. Excellent parking and within walking distance of Lurgan Park. Feed the ducks have a stroll or let the kids enjoy the play area.
Great venue for a Great meal and advisable to ask for the local history. The place is steeped in local history. Also the park is a great place to take a walk around to walk off all those extra pounds you will gain from the great food
We eat here on a regular basis. The building is truely historic and beautiful. The food is excellent and the staff friendly and helpful. Really worth a visit.
My wife and I had always promised to call into Brownlow House for coffee. Good choice! Coffee excellent, scones delicious and staff first rate. Surroundings are completely different from the majority of coffee shops - semi stately. Have to make reference to the exhibition relating to American GIs in NI during the war - extremely informative.
I was part of a group visit to Brownlow and found the setting of this beautiful house to be breathtaking. David Martin, the tour guide at the property was so knowledgeable and interesting which enhanced our experience. We had lunch after the tour and the quality of the food was first class. The service was very efficient even though the... 更多
Visited the coffee shop located within the house. Good service with quality scones tray bakes. Went on to visit the museum in the house telling a story about the American service men than stayed there during world war 2 before being deployed to France. Well worth a visit if in the area. Also a fantastic public park located right beside... 更多
I have attended several dinners in Brownlow Hose and they have always been very good served promptly which ensures everything arrives hot and there are enough staff to make sure everyone id dining at the same time the tea room is also a must especially after a walk through the very beautiful park beside Brownlow house