At Kilcranny House we are committed to promoting positive peace & reconciliation, healing the divisions which exist between people and exploring non-violence as a way of life and a means of working for change in our society.
Kilcranny is a place where people can grow in their relationships with each other through co-operative work, discussion and relaxation. It provides a safe place for groups and individuals to experiment in living with differences and challenging boundaries. We are committed to addressing the divisions which exist between people in Northern Ireland in a rural, residential setting. We also strive to live a lifestyle that cherishes and protects our environment. Through programmes of work, recreation and discussion we believe that many fears , prejudices and conflicts can be resolved. Kilcranny provides an atmosphere for the exchange of views and skills, in the understanding that everyone has something to offer.
Kilcranny House was established in 1985 as a peace & reconciliation centre. It is set in 4 acres of land on the banks of the River Bann just 10 minutes drive from the centre of Coleraine and close to the Causeway Coast and Glens of Antrim.