Cabra Castle Hotel

  Kingscourt, Cavan, - Cavan, Ireland View Map

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Cabra Castle boasts a proud history dating as far back as 1760. It's long history lends a mature, cultured air to the Castle which can be felt by one and all as they stroll along the Castle's magnificent hallways and stairwells.
Set in 100 acres of parkland and stunning grounds, the surroundings of Cabra Castle are now part of the Dun a Ri National Forest Park in Cavan in the North East of Ireland. Located outside the town of Kingscourt, the castle stands on the borders of Co. Monaghan, Co.Meath and Co.Cavan. It is just an hour's drive from Dublin Airport, and is the perfect location for a weekend break in an Irish Castle. See Lady?s Lake, the enclosed gardens or follow the more exacting ?nature trails? through the forest.

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Located in the main castle itself, it starts off the unique experience of staying in a real castle.


A beautiful 19th Century Castle. The original Cabra Castle was built in the 1600's, however it was destroyed by the Cromwellian War and eventually rebuilt in the early 1800's. It was purchased by its present owners in 1991, the Corscadden family who re-opened it as a hotel. Since then the property has been extensively refurbished and expanded from 24 bedrooms, to incorporate the former Courtyard area bringing the total number of bedrooms to nearly 100.


Dine royally on a sumptuous menu in the elegant and intimate surroundings of The Courtroom Restaurant. Located on the first floor with a commanding view of the gardens and local parkland, the Courtroom offers an award winning menu featuring the best in Irish cuisine, using locally-sourced and seasonal produce and complimented by a comprehensive wine list. Alternatively, The Derby Bar serves food throughout the day from an extensive light dining menu. Enjoy such favourites as our Hearty Hotpot served by the fireside on a Winter's Day, classic Caesar Salad, succulent Bang Bang Wings - the menu has a variety of options. Be tempted by a delectable afternoon tea in the Drawing Room or just relax with a drink on The Terrace overlooking the gardens.