Castle Leslie is nestled on 1,000 acres of private estate in Co. Monaghan, Ireland. Dotted with lakes and lush woodlands, the rolling property hosts one of the last Irish castle estates still run by the founding family. Since their origins dating back to the 1660s, the prominent and somewhat distinct Leslie family has lived on the estate, and welcomed everyone from politicians to artists, and diplomats to ufologists. Today, Castle Leslie has transformed into one of Ireland’s most luxurious estates and offers the very best of authentic Irish hospitality. Original interiors fill every stay with charm to make Castle Leslie the perfect retreat from busy modern life. Following an impressive restoration program over the past two decades, the property invites you to experience for yourself the unrivaled surroundings and customer service have made Castle Leslie one of Ireland’s premier castle hotels.
Rooms & Amenities
Castle Leslie features 20 beautifully appointed castle bedrooms, and true to the past, do not include televisions, radios, or minibars. All rooms are individually themed to ensure a unique and memorable stay, while many boast antique furniture, family heirlooms, or wonderful open fireplaces. In their promise to provide the utmost comfort, Castle Leslie includes complimentary WiFi access in all guestrooms.
Castle Leslie offers a number of dining choices for the food connoisseur, foremost in their 2 AA Rosette winning restaurant, Snaffles. Located in the Lodge, Snaffles is massively popular for both guests and locals. The highest quality of local produce inspires every dish, while an extensive drink menu offers the perfect accompaniment. The space features massive windows to lend a bright and relaxing ambience as you enjoy your meal.
If searching for a genuine Irish pub experience with delicious food and a comprehensive drink menu, look no further than Conor’s Bar at Castle Leslie. As the social heart of the hotel, Conor’s Bar is the perfect spot for a casual bite to eat whether relaxing after a day of sightseeing or fueling up for an afternoon of local activities.