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The Shirley Arms Hotel is just an hour's drive from Dublin and Belfast, centrally located in the busy market town of Carrickmacross famous for its lace and where Patrick Kavanagh penned his famous poetry. If you are touring or on business, fancy a game of golf or just seeking a place to relax, the 4* Shirley Arms Hotel provides the perfect haven for lesiure or business traveller. The Shirley Arms offers something for everyone throughout the day and evening. From early morning we serve freshly brewed coffee, baked scones, pastries and traditional Full Irish Breakfast. Roast Carvery is served daily. In the afternoons the popular Shirley Grill Menu offers a wide and varied menu in luxurious surroundings, it is the perfect place to relax, wind down, meet friends and soak in the atmosphere.
All reviews lovely hotel original room seafood chowder rooms are modern good quality food function room recommend this hotel perfect stay sunday lunch main course hotel bar beef stayed for nights golf weekend friends wedding tea and coffee yogurt
We were at a Carrickmacross Lions Club function with Oliver Callan. Wonderful food at the function, the bedrooms were lovely & the breakfast the next morning was perfect. Service all round was great and the location was lovely too
Know it well but never stayed here before and so it was great to have the opportunity it final stay. Room was spacious and spotless with very comfy beds. Staff overall were friendly and helpful both front of house and waiting. Lovely selection for breakfast....More
I stayed here for one night while out in Carrickmacross with friends. It is well located, right at the end of Main Street.
Room was spacious, clean and well maintained as was the bathroom.
There is a great restaurant in the hotel which has good...More
From the outside the Shirley Arms looks like a smaller older , traditional hotel. However behind the original building is a larger modern building . Probably built during the Irish Tiger years when new hotel accommodation sprang up all over Ireland.
Anyway the room I...More
Attended the wedding of one of my dearest friends this weekend at The Shirley Arms Hotel. What a fantastic night and the staff had a huge part to play in that. They were friendly, helpful, generous and so efficient. Have to give a huge mention...More