Jun 19
Glencarn Hotel & Leisure Centre

Special Offers Special Offers from The Glencarn Hotel & Leisure Centre Double/Twin Room Bed & Breakfast with 2 course dinner for only €70 per person sharing (Friday, Saturday, Sunday) Quote 2 course stay when booking.   Sunday Night Specials from €39.50 per person sharing a double/twin room with Breakfast included. quote Sunday special when booking. […]

Jun 19
Castle Leslie Estate

Special Offers THE LODGE Best Rate Bed & Breakfast – per room rate. From €125 per person sharing Lodge 1 Night Break – Get away from it all and indulge with one night’s fabulous accommodation at The Lodge, a full hearty Irish breakfast, a delicious light lunch for two or Afternoon Tea for two and […]

Jun 19
Four Seasons Hotel & Leisure Club

Special Offers FRIDAY NIGHT DATE NIGHT Relax and Unwind at the elegant Four Seasons Hotel in Monaghan, offering the perfect escape with a combination of traditional Irish hospitality, elegant surroundings with modern facilities. Your Package includes: Overnight Break for 2 with Luxurious Accommodation each Friday night in September & October Traditional Irish Breakfast to start your […]

Jun 19
Hillgrove Hotel, Leisure & Spa

Special Offers Whatever you’re looking for this Autumn or mid-term break in Monaghan, you’ll find it at the Hillgrove Hotel & Spa. With rates from €99 per room, per night, including breakfast and set amongst private grounds on the outskirts of Monaghan town, our award-winning hotel is just over an hour’s drive from Dublin, and a mere 5-minutes walk from […]

Jan 28
Celtic Cross & Round Tower

Clones Town (Cluain Eois) began as a monastic settlement c. 500 when St Tiernach founded his monastery there and this was the most important site in Monaghan for centuries afterwards. The tower, cross and church all belong to this period of Clones’ history. The Round Tower is 75 feet with square headed doors and windows. […]

Jan 27
Mannan Castle

The site is reported to have been the capital of the Kingdom of Oirghialla (Oriel) and it commands a panoramic view of the surrounding countryside. Oriel was established here after the break-up of the kingdom of Uladh which was ruled from Eamhain Macha or Navan Fort in Armagh. This anglo-norman motte and bailey earthwork castle, […]

Jan 27
Lisanisk Crannog

County Monaghan was formed in 1585 from the five ancient baronies of Truagh, Dartrey, Monaghan, Cremorne and Farney. Farney was leased back to the McMahon family and in 1590 they moved their headquarters to their main crannóg on Lisanisk Lake. This crannóg was protected by a huge double-ditched Ringfort on adjacent high ground which appears […]

Nov 26
The Story of the Tin Church

There are some places where the past seems to live in the present. Laragh Heritage Village is one of those places. Why not see for yourself? Take a stroll to the extraordinary St Peter’s Tin Church and transport yourself back to the heyday of this unique village. It’s 1891. You find yourself amidst a hive […]

Nov 26
The Royal Origins of Glaslough

The story of the illustrious Leslie family, owners of the beautiful Glaslough Estate, goes back a thousand years to when a young Hungarian nobleman called Bartholomew Leslie was chamberlain to Margaret, Queen of Scotland. One day, as they crossed a swollen river on horseback, the Queen’s horse stumbled. “Will my buckle hold?” the terrified Queen […]