Belturbet 3 miles.
This detached farmhouse is in a popular isolated setting in Foalies Bridge outside Belturbet.
This stunning location is ideal for fishing enthusiasts, families, or groups who are looking for a base to explore the area from.
As you arrive at the property you will notice the peace and quiet of the area which provides a lovely and relaxing home-from-home.
You enter into the dining room which has a warming woodburning stove and an additional table to provide enough space for the whole group to enjoy meals together.
To the rear of the property is the well-equipped kitchen which has everything you need to pack a picnic before heading out for the day.
To the right of the dining room you will find a comfortable sitting room with an open fire.
To the left, one step leads up the ground floor double bedroom which has an en-suite wet room with a walk-in shower and is perfect for any guests who have trouble with stairs.
Upstairs are three further bedrooms, a second double with an en-suite, a double, and a family room with a double and a single bed.
There is also a family bathroom where you can have a relaxing soak after spending the day walking the local routes.
Outside is a patio garden with furniture to take advantage of the fresh Irish air and enjoy the surrounding views down to the river.
Why not take the boat the owner's have provided out on the river and get a different view of the land?
The surrounding area is a haven for fishing as there are enough lakes to visit a different one each day!
There is also a choice of golf courses and for walkers you can follow the heritage trail to discover the hidden streets of nearby Belturbet.
This is such a fantastic destination you are sure to need a return visit to see everything on offer.
About the location
Ballyconnell 8 miles.
The town of Belturbet is located in County Cavan, just one hour and forty minutes’ drive from Dublin, 10 miles from Cavan town, 8 miles from Ballyconnell and nestled halfway between Lough Oughter and Upper Lough Erne. Located on the banks of the River Erne, it has its own marina and is a haven for keen anglers or for those planning a boating holiday. Indeed, the town is considered by many to be one of the best fishing spots in Ireland with direct access to the Shannon-Erne waterway. Adjacent to Belturbet is the impressive Slieve Russell Hotel Golf and Country Club, one of Cavan’s main attractions. This picturesque town always has a really relaxed and friendly atmosphere, as well as a number of good pubs, some of which offer live traditional music at the weekends. There is also a leisure centre and a selection of dining options. Belturbet’s central location also makes the area a fantastic touring base for exploring Ireland.