January 4, 2018 for 3 nights for 2 adults.
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Castle Leslie Estate in Glaslough, County Monaghan, Ireland
Nestled on 1,000 acres of undulating Irish countryside, dotted with ancient woodlands and glittering lakes, Castle Leslie Estate is one of the last great Irish estates still in the hands of its founding family. The Leslie Family arrived in Ireland in the 16th Century and bought the Estate at that time. Today, this castle hotel in Ireland is led and managed by Sammy Leslie and governed by a Family Trust. The family considers itself to be guardians of the land and their overwhelming desire is to protect the Estate for future generations.
Located in Glaslough, County Monaghan, and considered to be one of the finest Castle Hotels Ireland has to offer, Castle Leslie Estate is just 80 minutes from Dublin and 60 minutes from Belfast. Following extensive restoration over the past decade, the Estate has been all but transformed to its original glory. Today, this luxury hotel in Ireland boasts a variety of luxurious accommodations, culinary options and a diverse range of on and off-site activities. It is the perfect location for a romantic adult break, a family activity holiday or a business meeting or celebration.
Location of Castle Leslie Estate
Nearest Airport: DUB, BHD
Amenities for Castle Leslie Estate
- Bar & Lounge
- On-Site Amenities
- Spa on Property
- In-Room Amenities
- Clay Bird Shooting
- Horseback Riding
- Children's Amenities
- Children's Programs
- Historic Sites
- Honeymoons & Romance
Reviews for Castle Leslie Estate
Stayed here recently for a special wedding anniversary and what can I say - everything was superb. We stayed in Shane's Room at the top of the castle and had an excellent view of the garden and lake. Beautiful room with a fabulous bathtub to enjoy. We also indulged in afternoon tea, drinks in the bar and an evening meal at Conor's bar in the lodge. Very relaxing environment all round that didn't feel stuffy. Would recommended finding the snooker table and movie room - bit off the beaten track in the castle but a nice opportunity to mingle with other guests. Can't wait to return.
LouiseMerr - County Dublin, Ireland
We recently took a 2 night break here, having promised ourselves we would do so for several years. This time, it was for our wedding anniversary trip. From the moment we arrived, we were met with genuine smiles from pleasant staff, who went out of their way to make sure we were comfortable. They were prepared to stop and chat, unlike in many hotels where the staff seem too busy, or too scared to talk with the guests. At the time, I said they were the nicest hotel staff I have ever met. The rooms (we stayed in the Print Room, but were shown a few others) are all unique and have many original features, but are heated and plumbed to modern standards (even if the bathroom doesn't look modern!). We enjoyed sitting in the Drawing Room, or in the Library, reading books, chatting with other guests or playing Scrabble. We ate in Snaffles Restaurant and in Conor's Bar - two very different dining experiences - both very good. Bernie went out riding from a very large stable yard (52 horses), having been familiarised (aka assessed!) with her horse in a large indoor arena. The church of St Salvator is a beautiful building in the grounds - pity we weren't there on a Sunday for service. A walk down and around the town of Glaslough was both interesting and informative. We will undoubtedly return - one of very few places we would say this of, as there are so many places in the world to visit.
PatrickAndBernie - Dublin, Ireland
My wife and I love to eat at Conor's Bar, the food is always fantastic and the atmosphere is so unique, when I am eating out during December I always avoid the Turkey and Ham Christmas dinner option as it is always a let down, tonight at Conor's I noticed it was the day's special, throwing caution to the wind we both went for it, Wow, so glad we did, it was fabulously presented and tasted so good, every morsel cooked to perfection, we finished the meal off with the Black Forest roulade, sounds mediocre I know, but it tastes like Angels dancing on your tongue. Whoever was cooking tonight 12 December 2017, take a bow, whoever you are, you are a star.
My first visit to this wonderful, unique hotel. The food was beautiful. Had a great choice for breakfast. Staff were very helpful and pleasant. Our room was lovely and it had a balcony overlooking the stables. A really unique hotel in beautiful grounds. Will definitely be back.
Elaine C - Fivemiletown, United Kingdom
Stayed here for the cross country riding. I've played polo all my life but not done much jumping. I rode Wilson who didn't seem to mind my inexperience sure-footedly got me over about 20-25 jumps through the course of the afternoon. The stables provided helmets, half chaps, boots and rib protection so I felt well outfitted. And the pre-hack check out was well done. We ate at the main restaurant where the meal, service and setting were all memorable. I had the wood pigeon appetizer, estate caught venison and finished with chocolate souffle and a home made vanilla ice cream. Our room was in the castle and was themed after an actress/wife of one of the estate's owners.