Carrickmacross Travel guide
Carrickmacross : Michelin's recommendations
This town, which grew up around a castle built by the Earl of Essex to whom the land was granted by Elisabeth I, is renowned for its angling and its hand-made lace.
Tourist attractions Carrickmacross : Things to see and do
Market Sq IRL - Carrickmacross
Examples can be seen of «mixed» lace work, made of pieces of cambric pattern sewn onto a machine-made net. It is then embellished by stitching with traditional or modern motifs. Nearby stands the Catholic church built in 1866 by J. J. McCarthy, with ..
R 179 IRL - Carrickmacross
This forest park, which was an integral part of the Cabra estate until 1959, is in a valley near the Cabra River. A nature trail and four sign-posted walks take visitors past a deer enclosure, a waterfall near Cromwell bridge, a votive well, Cabra Co..
Carrickmacross IRL - Carrickmacross
Located in the beautiful Monaghan countryside, 25 kilometres from the coast, the 4-star Nuremore Hotel & Country Club offers an indoor swimming pool, spa facilities, treatment rooms and a leisure club. Golf players can enjoy the beautifully maintaine..
Main Street IRL - Carrickmacross
The 4-star Shirley Arms Hotel is located in the market town of Carrickmacross, South Monaghan. It boasts elegant rooms decorated in luxury fabrics, free Wi-Fi and a fine dining restaurant. With soft lighting, the spacious rooms at the Shirley have m..
1 Monaghan St IRL - Carraig Mhachaire Rois / Carrickmacross
Relaxed, rustic restaurant featuring wooden floors, exposed ceiling rafters and bare brick. Great value menus offer carefully prepared, flavourful dishes which are a lesson in self-restraint; their simplicity being a key part of their appeal. Friendl..
IRL - Carraig Mhachaire Rois
Traditional split-level dining room within a well-established Victorian hotel. Formally set, linen-laid tables are well-spaced and service is attentive. Menus showcase luxurious seasonal ingredients and dishes are stylishly presented.