A visit to Castleblayney would not be complete without a visit to Sean's Bar on Muckno Street. This charming and distinctive pub is located on the towns' oldest street, formerly Noble Street.
This idyllic place is tastefully furnished, so drop in and enjoy the craic and friendly banter and wash it all down with whatever beverage takes your fancy.
This traditional bar also boasts of a roaring open log fire in the winter, which creates a relaxing welcoming ambiance which is a real treat to the discerning visitor.
The Bar can also be the perfect spot to meet up with friends or adjourn to after a football match or golf outing to carry out your post mortem!
It's here too on the big screen that you can catch up on all the other sporting events of the day.
Sean's is an ideal venue for hosting parties and functions. We have a smoking area, complete with patio heater to keep our customers warm on cold winter evenings. The beer garden is an ideal place to enjoy the sunshine during the summer months.
Castleblayney is located on the shores of Lough Muckno which is the largest lake in the County of Monaghan. Overlooking it all is Concra Wood Golf and Country Club which was designed by Christy O'Connor Junior and Christy O'Connor Senior. It opened in 2008 and will become one of Ireland's and Europe's finest golf courses.
Castleblayney is also home to the "Mighty Faughs" who are renowned for their feats on the GAA Football circle and have the distinction of having the most Club Championship titles in the County.
Whats on Offer:
- Parties Catered For
- Pub Quiz
- Themed Nights
- Beer Garden
- Open Fire
- Smoking Area
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"great bantor and mighty crack"
was in seans bar about a month ago while visiting some old friends in castleblayney didnt know many of the punters but had a fab night. Everyone was friendly and the crack was mighty. By the end of my night i felt it was my local. Will definately be back that way again to see the man himself.
Review published 25 October 2009
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