Monaghan

  1. Gleneven House

    Inniskeen, Monaghan

    Gleneven is a two storey Georgian house. Beautifully decorated with antique furniture. Family run. Wholesome home cooking. Peaceful surroundings overlooking River Fane. Very relaxing atmosphere. Read more

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  2. Swallows Studio

    Castleblayney, Monaghan

    Liz Christy hand woven scarves and throws are wearable art, beautifully crafted, each scarf is an original, special and guaranteed hand woven at Swallow Studios, 4 miles north of Castleblayney. Read more

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  3. Nuremore Hotel

    Carrickmacross, Monaghan

    Set in the middle of a golf course, the Nuremore Hotel offers unrivalled standards of service with great sporting and leisure facilities. The property is an ideal choice for leisure, business or golf breaks in Carrickmacross, County Monaghan. Read more

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  4. Lisanisk House

    Carrickmacross, Monaghan

    At the charming Lisanisk House estate in Carrickmacross, County Monaghan, guests can enjoy a self catering holiday. There are two three bedroom apartments. Lisanisk House faces Lisanisk Lake, a wonderful place for fishing and angling. Read more

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  5. Carrickmacross Shopping Centre

    Carrickmacross, Monaghan

    Carrickmacross Shopping Centre is bustling mall located in Carrickmacross, County Monaghan. There is a wide variety of shops and services available and all tastes are catered for. Read more

  6. Patrick Kavanagh Rural And Literary Resource Centre

    Inniskeen, Monaghan

    Located in Inniskeen, County Monaghan, The Patrick Kavanagh Rural And Literary Resource Centre is home to a permanent exhibition dedicated to the life and work of poet Patrick Kavanagh. Read more

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  7. 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

  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. Patrick Kavanagh Trail Guide

    Inniskeen, Monaghan

    Length of Trail 13.5km approx.
    This trail takes in the sites made immortal by the works of Patrick Kavanagh, including many featured in "Tarry Flynn" and "The Green Fool". Read more

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  10. Lakeside Walk

    Monaghan Town, Monaghan

    Lakeside Walk is a fantastically bright and modern, two bedroomed, self-catering apartment, which is located in the heart of Monaghan Town. The apartment is comfortable and spacious, and adjacent to all local amenities. Read more

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