Hunting Lodge At Castle Leslie Estate, Glaslough



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Hotel Overview

The Castle Leslie Estate Monaghan has been standing proud since the 1660s. This peaceful setting is a hive of activity. Guests can enjoy walks, horse riding and fishing without leaving the grounds.

Room Information

The Castle Leslie Estate Monaghan’s accommodation is spread over four buildings. Rooms allow you to sleep in the majesty of this historic estate. All rooms boast fantastic scenery.

Hotel Facilities

  • Bar
  • Bath/shower en suite
  • Bridal Suite
  • Business Centre
  • Design Hotel
  • Elevator
  • Fishing
  • Fitness Centre
  • Full licence
  • Garden
  • Golf Course (within 3 km)
  • Horse Riding
  • Jacuzzi
  • Massage
  • Meeting/Banquet Facilities
  • Parking
  • Restaurant
  • Sauna
  • TV in all bedrooms

Food & Beverage

Food at the Castle Leslie Estate Monaghan is prepared by executive head chef, Andrew Bradley. The hotel caters for everything from a casual dining to a more formal, elegant and romantic experience. Guests can enjoy to lazy breakfasts, light lunches or picnic lunches in the woodlands. 

Area Information

The Castle Leslie Estate Monaghan is nestled on 1,000 acres of Irish countryside, speckled with ancient woodland and glistening lakes. The estate is in Co. Monaghan. It is just 80 minutes from Dublin and 60 minutes from Belfast.

Map & Directions

Take the M1 north signposted Belfast. Exit M1 at Junction 14 Ardee (N33)/Derry (N2). Follow N2 Monaghan/Derry. Continue on the N2 to the Monaghan bypass – do not enter town. At the 1st roundabout follow N2 signposted for Derry. Continue on the Monaghan town by pass to the third roundabout. Exit at 3rd exit signposted for Armagh (N12). Follow N12 for approx. two miles. Turn left at signpost for Glaslough (N185). Continue to the village of Glaslough. Drive through the village to the gates of the Estate. The Lodge is on the left when you drive through the gates and the car-park for The Lodge is to the right. Those guests staying in The Castle should continue up the drive until they reach The Castle.

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