Ballyconnell 4 miles.
This detached cosy cottage is set on the owner's grounds to the side of their home on an organic livestock farm near Ballyconnell.
Bright and spacious with high ceilings, this charming all ground floor cottage provides fantastic accommodation for a family or group of friends.
With electric central heating and an electric flame-effect fire in the sitting area this is a homely retreat at any time of year.
The well-equipped and characterful kitchen has a dining area where the group can enjoy an evening meal and make plans for the following day.
There are two bedrooms, one double room and one family room which offer comfortable sleeping arrangements.
Ballyconnell is the closest town just four miles away and is a vibrant and picturesque town which has won numerous National Tidy Town awards.
Located in the west of County Cavan, overlooked by the Slieve Rushen Mountain and named after a Celtic ford this town offers a starting point for discovering the stunning surrounding scenery.
Whether you are looking for outdoor action and adventure, traditional music and fine food, angling and watersports or the more laid back delights of the local countryside and historical sites there is something on offer for everyone.
This area is a fisherman’s paradise as there are numerous lakes and the Shannon-Erne Waterway available.
There are many opportunities for walkers and cyclists with a choice of paths to follow or you could try horseriding, golfing, kayaking or sailing if you are feeling a bit more adventurous!
You are sure to have a fantastic holiday, no matter when you visit this lovely cottage.
All ground floor. Two bedrooms: 1 x double, 1 x family room with 1 double and 1 single. Shower room with shower, basin and WC. Open plan living area with kitchen, dining area and sitting area with electric flame-effect fire. Utility.
About the location
BALLYCONNELL, COUNTY CAVAN
Belturbet 8 miles.
Situated near the Fermanagh Border and overlooked by Slieve Russell mountain is the picturesque town of Ballyconnell, County Cavan. Named after a Celtic ford and located on the Shannon-Erne waterway, the town is highly regarded for its coarse fishing - roach, bream, tench, perch, eels, hybrids and pike abound in the lakes, rivers and streams around the town. Traditional Irish music can often be enjoyed in the town’s many pubs, while a fine selection of restaurants offering cuisine from around the world can also be found. Lovers of outdoor pursuits are well catered for with watersports, cycling, walking, golfing, horseriding and much more available locally. Ballyconnell’s central location also makes the area a fantastic touring base for exploring Ireland.