Monaghan Castle - Private Rentals - Adams & Butler

Monaghan Castle

County Monaghan, Ireland

Highlights

  • Accommodates up to 40 guests
  • Activities Available on-site - Horse Riding, Fishing and Boating
  • Majestic Wedding Venue
  • Perfect for Large Family Gatherings and Groups of Friends

County Monaghan, Ireland

Historical Building

Pet Friendly

Property overview

Discover Monaghan Castle and its 1000-acre estate, perfectly situated within undulating Irish countryside and dotted with ancient woodland and glittering lakes. Since the 1660s the distinguished and somewhat individual Leslie family have lived on the Estate, making this one of the last great Irish Castle estates still in the hands of its founding family. They have welcomed everyone from politicians to poets, ambassadors to urologists to world renowned celebrities. This truly charming property is situated in Co. Monaghan which boarders Northern Ireland, making it the ideal base to explore both the Republic of Ireland and Northern Ireland.

Accommodation

Accommodating up to 40 people, with 21 bedrooms and bathrooms. From romantic boudoirs designed with relaxation and privacy in mind to more flamboyant bedrooms decorated with rich deep colours, there’s a room and a view to suit every taste.
Each bathroom is unique and features include the first plumbed bath in Ireland, a throne toilet and a complete bathroom hidden away in a doll’s house. Some baths are fabulously large, ideal for a romantic soak for two. There is no pressure to do anything except relax and indulge yourself.
Log fires crackle in the hearths and there are several elegant rooms in which you can relax in privacy or in the company of friends. Breakfast is served until eleven in the dining room. You can enjoy Afternoon Tea in our stunning Pavilion with its panoramic views of the gardens and Glaslough Lake or relax in the magnificent Drawing Room with its grand piano and famous De La Robbia fireplace.

Location

County Monaghan is one of the five counties that is in the Republic of Ireland and borders Northern Ireland, this makes it the ideal base to explore both. Monaghan is famed for its ancient Irish craft of lace making, more commonly known as Carrickmacross Lace. There is a museum in Carrickmacross where some fine examples of the craft can be viewed. Monaghan is the birthplace of the famous Irish poet Patrick Kavanagh. Much of Kavanagh’s work was based on his life growing up in the county, in the village of Iniskeen. Some places to see in Monaghan include the Saint Louis Convent Heritage Center and the historic town of Monaghan. Monaghan is dotted with small mountains, lakes and forests, which means there are lots of stunning walking trails, fishing locations and great golfing to be found in County Monaghan.

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Monaghan Castle

County Monaghan, Ireland

Highlights

  • Accommodates up to 40 guests
  • Activities Available on-site - Horse Riding, Fishing and Boating
  • Majestic Wedding Venue
  • Perfect for Large Family Gatherings and Groups of Friends

County Monaghan, Ireland

Historical Building

Pet Friendly

Property overview

Discover Monaghan Castle and its 1000-acre estate, perfectly situated within undulating Irish countryside and dotted with ancient woodland and glittering lakes. Since the 1660s the distinguished and somewhat individual Leslie family have lived on the Estate, making this one of the last great Irish Castle estates still in the hands of its founding family. They have welcomed everyone from politicians to poets, ambassadors to urologists to world renowned celebrities. This truly charming property is situated in Co. Monaghan which boarders Northern Ireland, making it the ideal base to explore both the Republic of Ireland and Northern Ireland.

Accommodation

Accommodating up to 40 people, with 21 bedrooms and bathrooms. From romantic boudoirs designed with relaxation and privacy in mind to more flamboyant bedrooms decorated with rich deep colours, there’s a room and a view to suit every taste.
Each bathroom is unique and features include the first plumbed bath in Ireland, a throne toilet and a complete bathroom hidden away in a doll’s house. Some baths are fabulously large, ideal for a romantic soak for two. There is no pressure to do anything except relax and indulge yourself.
Log fires crackle in the hearths and there are several elegant rooms in which you can relax in privacy or in the company of friends. Breakfast is served until eleven in the dining room. You can enjoy Afternoon Tea in our stunning Pavilion with its panoramic views of the gardens and Glaslough Lake or relax in the magnificent Drawing Room with its grand piano and famous De La Robbia fireplace.

Location

County Monaghan is one of the five counties that is in the Republic of Ireland and borders Northern Ireland, this makes it the ideal base to explore both. Monaghan is famed for its ancient Irish craft of lace making, more commonly known as Carrickmacross Lace. There is a museum in Carrickmacross where some fine examples of the craft can be viewed. Monaghan is the birthplace of the famous Irish poet Patrick Kavanagh. Much of Kavanagh’s work was based on his life growing up in the county, in the village of Iniskeen. Some places to see in Monaghan include the Saint Louis Convent Heritage Center and the historic town of Monaghan. Monaghan is dotted with small mountains, lakes and forests, which means there are lots of stunning walking trails, fishing locations and great golfing to be found in County Monaghan.

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