Castle Leslie Restaurant

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Castle Leslie Estate, Glaslough, Monaghan,
Ms Maggie Donoghue

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.

With its authentic interiors and old style hospitality, The Castle at Castle Leslie Estate exudes old world grandeur and offers complete respite from the world.

As one of the finest and most sought after castle hotels in Ireland, it is a truly private retreat free from the distractions and intrusions of the outside world. This castle hotel is not a typical hotel experience, you won't find televisions, radios, WiFi or minibar in the castle bedrooms. The unique and dramatically different bedrooms are tranquil and calm, havens for sleeping and dreaming.

The castle, along with its 1.000 acres of estate land, offers a wealth of opportunities and options to create a team building or corporate event to be remembered. Both indoor and outdoor activities are on offer, including team building, fishing, horse riding on the estate, walking trails, hot air balloon rides, archery, kayaking and picnics. Located in The Lodge, the Victorian Spa boasts seven treatment rooms, two Victorian steam boxes, relaxation area and an outdoor hot tub overlooking the stables. You'll leave feeling refreshed and revitalised after pampering by our highly trained therapists who'll use your choice of treatments from the exceptional ‘ Eminence Organics’ and ‘Voya’ ranges.

At Castle Leslie Estate, it’s all about choice. We cater for those looking for casual dining as well as those seeking a more formal, elegant and romantic experience. Guests can look forward to lazy breakfasts, light lunches or picnic lunches in the woodlands, Irish country cooking in the bar or candlelit dinners in the 2 AA Rosette award winning Snaffles restaurant at The Lodge and formal afternoon tea in the castle.