Kilians's Lodge Hotel is a modern, recently refurbished hotel situated in Mullagh amidst the rolling Drumlin hills of Cavan in an area of outstanding beauty.
Mullagh is a picturesque fishing village of , which is on the Cavan Meath border.
Managed to the highest standards by Tracy Clarke and Michael Farrelly, Kilians's Lodge Hotel provides a premium quality accommodation service, catering to the needs of both the business and tourist traveller.Our restaurant offers superb cuisine, fine wines and live music can be enjoyed most evenings in the bar. We also have a bar menu.The current rates for Kilians's Lodge Hotel as well as information on our bedrooms can be found on our website, www.kilianslodge.com
"Céad Míle Fáilte (A hundred thousand welcomes)" to Mullagh, the birthplace of St. Kilian.
Mullagh is only 1 hour from Dublin airport or 1.5 hours from Belfast airport. So it is the perfect base for exploring the many cultural and heritage attractions the Cavan/Meath region has to offer. For visitors touring Ireland or Irish weekenders or holiday makers alike.
Included among the many tourist attractions within a short distance from Mullagh are, St. Kilian's Heritage Centre just a few minutes walk away! the megalithic tombs at Loughcrew, The Visitor Centre at Kells. View a copy of the world famous Book of Kells, The High Crosses, Round Tower. For more...
For those who wish to pursue more sporting pleasures, there is no better location with a wealth of fishing, golfing, walking and horse racing to be savoured. For more...
Booking enquiries for Kilians's Lodge Hotel can be submitted using our booking enquiry form or alternatively, you can email us on email@example.com We look forward to welcoming you as our guest...
Visit website: www.kilianslodge.com
Whats on Offer:
- Live Music
- Parties Catered For
- Baby-changing Facilities
- Car Parking
- Family Friendly
- Function Room
- High Chairs
- Smoking Area
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