Monaghan

  1. The Lodge At Castle Leslie Estate

    Glaslough, Monaghan

    Since the 1660s the Leslie family, of Castle Leslie Estate in County Monaghan, have been welcoming everyone from politicians to poets, ambassadors to ufologists, all the time making their home into one of the finest luxury castle hotels in Ireland. Read more

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  2. Rockville House

    Castleblayney, Monaghan

    In the gentle County Monaghan landscape, and close to the town of Castleblayney, Rockville House B&B offers a warm welcome to this family-run accommodation.Concra Wood 18 Hole Golf Course just 2 minutes drive from Rockville House. Read more

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  3. Clones Film Festival 2015

    Clones, Monaghan

    Festival screening films in various pop-up cinema venues around town, including the old Post Office, the Cinemobile on the Diamond and in the beautifully restored Courthouse. Read more

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  4. Castle Leslie Restaurant

    Glaslough, Monaghan

    The Billiard Room is ideal for meetings, sales seminars or training courses. Seating approximately 80 theatre style, approximately 40 classroom style and approximately 30 at a board room table. With the large conservatory roof offering lots of natural light. Read more

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  5. Grove Lodge

    Emyvale, Monaghan

    A cosy cottage set near Emyvale and Monaghan Town, the Grove Lodge is a wonderful self catering accommodation for an escape to the countryside. The cottage is furnished to a very high standard and includes an outdoor picnic area. Read more

  6. The Market House, Venue and Gallery

    Monaghan Town, Monaghan

    The Market House, Monaghan, was built in 1792 to the designs of a talented amateur architect of the time called Samuel Hayes. It is built of local grey limestone. The carving and stonework are noted for their uncommon delicacy and clarity. Read more

  7. Clones Coarse Angling Festival

    Clones, Monaghan

    A popular angling festival known for its good catches on local Loughs, the Clones Coarse Angling festival has been running for 20 years. Read more

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  8. The Market House, Venue and Gallery

    Monaghan Town, Monaghan

    The Market House, Monaghan, was built in 1792 to the designs of a talented amateur architect of the time called Samuel Hayes. It is built of local grey limestone. The carving and stonework are noted for their uncommon delicacy and clarity. Read more

  9. Hilton Park Garden

    Clones, Monaghan

    Hilton Park has been in the Madden family for nearly 300 years. The mansion house is set in 18th Century landscaped parklands, which feature a Victorian kitchen garden, tall oaks and two mighty beeches. Read more

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  10. North West Passage / Irish Cycle Tours

    Monaghan Town, Monaghan

    The North West Passage is an interregional touring cycle route which commences in the bustling and vibrant capital Dublin and flows through the plains of Meath, Louth and across the rolling hills of Monaghan before crossing into Northern Ireland. Read more

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