The Lake

Emy Lake is central to the local community, from fishermen to families. The lake supports fly-

fishing by permit and boat hire is available. A recently completed 4 kilometer walkway gives 

visitors the opportunity to fully experience the calm atmosphere of the lake and its surrounding 

scenery, while the bathing area facilitates a refreshing swim when Irish weather permits. 

Hill Walking

Sliabh Beagh is steeped in Irish mythology, and the mountainous area stretching also to Fermanagh 

and Tyrone includes around 30 looped walks varying in distance. A surveying view from Bragan 

Bog uniquely captures Monaghan's reputation as the “drumlin county”.

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Outdoor Adventure

Tanagh Adventure Centre caters for thrill seekers of all ages, wth activities such as kayaking, 

abseiling and assault courses to bring the whole family together, or create an exhilirating hen or stag 

party experience. 

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More things to do...


 At Emy Lakehouse, we are eager to showcase not just Emy Lough, but the many activities 

and points of interest in the surrounding areas.


Pottery Parties

Go to the pretty Mullan Mill village, a 5 minute drive away, to have a go at some pottery and

ceramic painting.  You can make a pot on the potters wheel or paint a pot which is supplied. You can then

have it posted back to you.

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Water sports

At Lough Muckno in Castleblayney (30 minutes’ drive), the Water-ski and Wakeboard club 

provides lessons which can satisfy the thrill-seekers in your party. 

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Rally School

The famous Rally School in Scotstown will surely sate those still hungry for adventure, with a 

range of driving experiences. An absolute must for Top Gear enthusiasts!

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Horse Riding

The Equestrian Centre at the nearly Castle Leslie Estate has consistently provided a fun and unique 

horse riding experience suitable for all ages. An evening journey on horseback through the Leslie 

demesne is highly recommended.

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