Guidebook for Mullagh

Siobhan
Guidebook for Mullagh

Food Scene

Incredible views over Lough Ramor. Food is really, really good. Afternoon tea, dinner and Sunday lunch. If you book, ask for a table beside the window to get the best views. This is a great place for a special dinner.
St Kyrans Country House
Incredible views over Lough Ramor. Food is really, really good. Afternoon tea, dinner and Sunday lunch. If you book, ask for a table beside the window to get the best views. This is a great place for a special dinner.
Chinese takeaway, located beside Centra and the petrol station in Mullagh. Good noodle boxes
Moonwok
2 Ardlo Manor
Chinese takeaway, located beside Centra and the petrol station in Mullagh. Good noodle boxes
Gorgeous local food, good for a special occasion.
The Bective Kells
81 Bective St
Gorgeous local food, good for a special occasion.
Great food, lovely atmosphere
The Wishing Well Bar and Bistro
Great food, lovely atmosphere
Best steaks in the area. Open for food 7 days a week, and does a mean Sunday lunch!
Lisgrey House Bar Lounge Restaurant
Best steaks in the area. Open for food 7 days a week, and does a mean Sunday lunch!
Great local produce, cheese and wine. Food market on Saturday mornings, highly recommend the breakfast bacon and sausage roll :)
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Sheridan's Cheesemongers
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Great local produce, cheese and wine. Food market on Saturday mornings, highly recommend the breakfast bacon and sausage roll :)
Pub Grub, well priced and you won't leave hungry!
Kilian's Lodge Hotel
Pub Grub, well priced and you won't leave hungry!
Lovely for breakfast, lunch and dinner. High quality local produce, and the staff are excellent. Great spot to drop in for a quick bite after a long day. Food served every day until 9:30.
The Riverfront Bar & Restaurant
Lovely for breakfast, lunch and dinner. High quality local produce, and the staff are excellent. Great spot to drop in for a quick bite after a long day. Food served every day until 9:30.
Good for breakfast and lunch, reasonably priced and they have delicious homemade bread and cakes to take away
The Masons's Apron
Good for breakfast and lunch, reasonably priced and they have delicious homemade bread and cakes to take away
Lovely coffee shop with outdoor seating. Serves great coffee, breakfast, brunch and lunch and a nice selection of cakes adn scones. Open 7 days a week.
Willows Cafe
Lovely coffee shop with outdoor seating. Serves great coffee, breakfast, brunch and lunch and a nice selection of cakes adn scones. Open 7 days a week.
Richard Corrigans Irish Country Estate. Recently renovated, he opens only for special lunches thoughout the year. Keep an eye on Facebook or the Virginia Park Lodge website for details of upcoming events. Not to be missed, spectacular food and setting
Virginia Park Lodge
Richard Corrigans Irish Country Estate. Recently renovated, he opens only for special lunches thoughout the year. Keep an eye on Facebook or the Virginia Park Lodge website for details of upcoming events. Not to be missed, spectacular food and setting
Amazing local produce, cooked really well. This is our favorite place to eat locally.
The Forge Restaurant
Amazing local produce, cooked really well. This is our favorite place to eat locally.
Really nice hotel with a garden where you can sit and enjoy the world go by summer. A couple of options for food, pub grub in the Kelltic, upmarket dining in the Vanilla Pod with a focus on local produce and a daily carvery lunch in the main hotel.
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Headfort Arms Hotel
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Really nice hotel with a garden where you can sit and enjoy the world go by summer. A couple of options for food, pub grub in the Kelltic, upmarket dining in the Vanilla Pod with a focus on local produce and a daily carvery lunch in the main hotel.

Drinks & Nightlife

The Chestnut Tree
The Chestnut Tree
The Chestnut Tree
Gorgeous views over Lough Ramor and the marina, really good spot when the sun is shining. Go for the views only, the hotel building itself isn't attractive at all
Lakeside Manor Hotel
Gorgeous views over Lough Ramor and the marina, really good spot when the sun is shining. Go for the views only, the hotel building itself isn't attractive at all
Pints! Good Guinness and live music all weekend. Beautiful little pub inside and out, great spot for a bit of people watching!
Whistlestop Pub
Pints! Good Guinness and live music all weekend. Beautiful little pub inside and out, great spot for a bit of people watching!
Award winning pub. Great pub in Virginia, live music at the weekend.
Matthews Pub Virginia Cavan
Award winning pub. Great pub in Virginia, live music at the weekend.

Sightseeing

Beautiful castle . Trim is a lovely place to spend a couple of hours walking around. Good places for food, and lovely walks along the river Boyne. The field beside the castle is occupied by a family of donkeys in the summer, bring carrots :)
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Trim Castle
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Beautiful castle . Trim is a lovely place to spend a couple of hours walking around. Good places for food, and lovely walks along the river Boyne. The field beside the castle is occupied by a family of donkeys in the summer, bring carrots :)
Seat of the ancient High Kings of Ireland, On a clear day its claimed that you can see 10 counties in Ireland. In the distance from the top of the mounds to the northeast you can see the white quartz front of Newgrange and to the north the Hill of Slane. An important archeological site, thirty monuments are visible, and many more again which have no visible remains on the surface but which have been detected using special non-intrusive archaeological techniques and aerial photography. A huge temple measuring 170 metres and made of over 300 wooden posts, was discovered recently at Tara. Visitors center, coffee shop and a really cool second hand bookshop, really worth a visit.
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Hill of Tara
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Seat of the ancient High Kings of Ireland, On a clear day its claimed that you can see 10 counties in Ireland. In the distance from the top of the mounds to the northeast you can see the white quartz front of Newgrange and to the north the Hill of Slane. An important archeological site, thirty monuments are visible, and many more again which have no visible remains on the surface but which have been detected using special non-intrusive archaeological techniques and aerial photography. A huge temple measuring 170 metres and made of over 300 wooden posts, was discovered recently at Tara. Visitors center, coffee shop and a really cool second hand bookshop, really worth a visit.
Beautiful castle, definitely worth a visit. Stop in for tea and scones, or something more substantial. Keep an eye out for the resident castle dogs wandering around, you might have to step over a wolfhound to get into the castle :)
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Cabra Castle Hotel
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Beautiful castle, definitely worth a visit. Stop in for tea and scones, or something more substantial. Keep an eye out for the resident castle dogs wandering around, you might have to step over a wolfhound to get into the castle :)

Parks & Nature

If you've made the trip to the Cavan Burren, don't miss out on a walk on the Cuilcagh mountain boardwalk. The entire area of the Cavan Burren and Cuilcagh straddles the border and forms part of the Marble Arch Caves UNESCO Global Geopark. The 7.4km linear trail takes about 5 hours, is steep in parts, but worth if for the stunning views. The majority of the walk is on a boardwalk, which protects the rare blanket bog from erosion caused by walkers in the Cuilcagh Mountain Special Area of Conservation. This is more than a gentle stroll, and before setting off you should make sure to be prepared for any weather as conditions on Cuilcagh Mountain are quick to change and inhospitable.
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Cuilcagh Mountain Park & Cuilcagh BoardWalk
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If you've made the trip to the Cavan Burren, don't miss out on a walk on the Cuilcagh mountain boardwalk. The entire area of the Cavan Burren and Cuilcagh straddles the border and forms part of the Marble Arch Caves UNESCO Global Geopark. The 7.4km linear trail takes about 5 hours, is steep in parts, but worth if for the stunning views. The majority of the walk is on a boardwalk, which protects the rare blanket bog from erosion caused by walkers in the Cuilcagh Mountain Special Area of Conservation. This is more than a gentle stroll, and before setting off you should make sure to be prepared for any weather as conditions on Cuilcagh Mountain are quick to change and inhospitable.
The Park offers stunning views of Cuilcagh Mountain, West Cavan and the greater Marble Arch Caves Global Geopark. Before taking to the paths and exploring, spend some time in the visitors center interpreting the archaeological, geological and cultural history of Cavan Burren Park.There are five walking trails including one multi-access trail suitable for buggies and wheelchairs. There are superb examples of megalithic tombs in Cavan Burren Park including wedge and portal tombs, dating from the Neolithic Period. Visitor centre 4kms from Blacklion; left onto R206 off the N16 just west of town, signs for Cavan Burren.
Cavan Burren Park
The Park offers stunning views of Cuilcagh Mountain, West Cavan and the greater Marble Arch Caves Global Geopark. Before taking to the paths and exploring, spend some time in the visitors center interpreting the archaeological, geological and cultural history of Cavan Burren Park.There are five walking trails including one multi-access trail suitable for buggies and wheelchairs. There are superb examples of megalithic tombs in Cavan Burren Park including wedge and portal tombs, dating from the Neolithic Period. Visitor centre 4kms from Blacklion; left onto R206 off the N16 just west of town, signs for Cavan Burren.
Lovely place for a walk, or even just as a detour route between Baileborough and Kingscourt
Lough an Lea
Lovely place for a walk, or even just as a detour route between Baileborough and Kingscourt
Gorgeous park, lovely place to spend a few hours walking. Take a picnic
Dún an Rí Forest Park
Gorgeous park, lovely place to spend a few hours walking. Take a picnic
Beautiful walks in the forest around Lough Ramor. Watersports, angling, swimming, nature
Lough Ramor
Beautiful walks in the forest around Lough Ramor. Watersports, angling, swimming, nature

Arts & Culture

Beautiful little theatre. Film club on Tuesday nights is open to all, and shows world cinema. Comedy, musicals and plays hosted regularly
The Ramor Theatre
Beautiful little theatre. Film club on Tuesday nights is open to all, and shows world cinema. Comedy, musicals and plays hosted regularly
Largest replica WW1 trenches in Europe. Really interesting museum and well worth a visit.
Cavan County Museum
Largest replica WW1 trenches in Europe. Really interesting museum and well worth a visit.

Essentials

Great Gas Petrol Station Centra shop with deli and off-licence Chinese Takeaway Revolution Launderette Machines (Washer and Driers)
Centra
Great Gas Petrol Station Centra shop with deli and off-licence Chinese Takeaway Revolution Launderette Machines (Washer and Driers)
Lidl
SuperValu Baileborough - Harris'
Fantastic beauticians, booking required. Nails, tan, beauty treatments, waxing and massage
Pampered Look
Fantastic beauticians, booking required. Nails, tan, beauty treatments, waxing and massage

Entertainment & Activities

Slieve na Calliagh, the tallest hill you can see from our garden is home to a group of megalithic tombs dating back to the 4th millennium BC. It is deemed one of the four main passage tomb sites in Ireland and is a protected National Monument. The tombs are part of the Loughcrew estate, which has a wide range of things to see and do including historic gardens, and adventure center, fairy trails and a coffee shop.
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Loughcrew House, Gardens, Café, Adventure
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Slieve na Calliagh, the tallest hill you can see from our garden is home to a group of megalithic tombs dating back to the 4th millennium BC. It is deemed one of the four main passage tomb sites in Ireland and is a protected National Monument. The tombs are part of the Loughcrew estate, which has a wide range of things to see and do including historic gardens, and adventure center, fairy trails and a coffee shop.
36 hole parkland course, very beautiful.
Headfort Golf Club
36 hole parkland course, very beautiful.
Killinkere Visitor Farm
Farm visit
Fishing and swimming if you're brave
Mullagh Lough
Fishing and swimming if you're brave