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Arradale House

Carrickmacross, Monaghan, A81 PH27

Review Score: Very Good 7.8/10

5km from Carrickmacross


Meet your host…

Christine McMahon

We are a family run farm where you will be welcomed you warmly. Guest can expect delicious home cooking, lovely cups of tea along with homemade brown bread and a friendly chat. I have a great knowledge of the area from fishing to sightseeing, so you won't miss out on the must-see things to do and see in the locality. My family and I look forward to welcoming you to our home from home, Arradale Bed and Breakfast.

Kingscourt Road
Carrickmacross
A81 PH27

Arradale House is a family-run bed and breakfast situated just outside the town of Carrickmacross, County Monaghan. The bed and breakfast offers comfortable accommodation in a relaxed atmosphere with scenic views of the local countryside. All bedrooms have en-suite facilities and are tastefully decorated with guest comfort in mind. There is a TV lounge with an open fire, amply stocked with books, maps and local guides available to guests. Breakfast is served in the spacious dining room and offers a wide variety of home cooked breakfast foods. There is a large tackle room with a bait fridge for angling guests.

How to get here

Road signs.

Sat Nav: Lat (53.959306) - Long (-6.757024)

Facilities

  • Facilities for Pets
  • Fishing within 5kms
  • Golfing within 5kms
  • Hair Dryer
  • Horse Riding
  • Internet Access
  • Ironing
  • No Smoking House
  • Private Car Park
  • Tea In Bedrooms
  • TV in Bedroom
  • Walking
  • Wi-Fi

Customer Reviews

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Superb
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Good
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Overall Score

7.8/10
Very Good

 

Andee

18 Nov 2022 
Review Score: 8/10

Christine was a great host. I stayed for 3 nights and enjoyed the breakfast. Very easy drive to Dun a Ri forest park and not too far from the Boyne Valley. Just FYI, there is WiFi available but it only works in the breakfast room and the living room.

Emmett and Susan Quigley

17 Oct 2022 
Review Score: 5/10

It was lovely to be in a quiet setting. When we arrived, Christine was not expecting us as her WI-FI had been down for 10 days. She was able to give us a room. It was rather tight and not real clean. The breakfast was great especially the porridge.

Tom & Marilyn Saubert

17 Oct 2022 
Review Score: 5/10

What a lovely country setting. Christine was a lovely host even though she had no idea we were coming. Her Wi-Fi had been down for 10 days. Thank heavens she could accommodate all four of us. The rooms had been changed, but the bathrooms weren’t clean until the second day of our stay. Her breakfast porridge was excellent as was the rest of her meals. We probably wouldn’t stay there on our next visit.

Marjorie Okerstrom

12 Oct 2022 
Review Score: 8/10

We stayed one night so we really didn’t get a chance to explore the area. The house was nice, we had a bathtub In our bathroom, which was a plus. Most BNB’s just have showers. The breakfast was delicious and the host was wonderful! We also loved the cute little donkey In The yard. 💚🇮🇪

Michael Martin

28 Sep 2022 
Review Score: 9/10

Beautiful setting in the peaceful, rural countryside and perfectly convenient for our visit to Co. Monaghan relatives and to the Brú na Bóinne World Heritage Site with its spectacular prehistoric passage tombs. Chrissie is a lovely host whose full Irish breakfast was a great way to start our first full day in Ireland.

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