Hilton Park

If you are looking for a calm, beautiful place where you can relax and take life gently and eat imaginatively cooked, homegrown food among friendly people, this is it. Hilton has been the Madden family home since 1734 and the furnishings, portraits and memorabilia have the harmony of long association.

All rooms have stunning views over the 500 acre wooded park or the restored gardens and lake. Many say the dining room is their favourite in the country.

Hilton is not a place to rush through and is an ideal centre from which to visit Castle Coole, Florence Court, Crom, Marble Arch Caves and all of Lough Erne; Ulster and the Midlands are at your feet. The Maddens have a special itinerary of little known, local antiquities. For stay-at-homes there are books, golf, fishing, boating and bicycles for hire.

Johnny & Lucy Madden
Hilton Park, Clones, Co Monaghan
Phone: (+353) 047 56007 Fax: (+353) 047 56033

  • Six rooms, all with private bathrooms
  • B&B: 110 - 150 pps
  • Single supplement: 40
  • Dinner: 45, book previous day
  • Unsuitable for children under 8 years
  • Smoking restricted
  • Open: 1 April to 30 September
  • Group bookings welcome all year round
  • Credit Cards: Visa, Mastercard

From Dublin take N3 to Cavan, follow the by-pass (signed Ballyshannon), turn right for Ballyhaise (2nd junction). Go through Ballyhaise and Scotshouse, gates on left after Golf Club. From Clones gates on right, 3 miles out on Scotshouse road.


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