Kilcorby Log Cabins
Situated down a quiet country lane on the banks of the Woodford River, just a few miles from the village of Ballyconnell in County Cavan, are these charming Kilcorby log cabins. Located on a family run development, these unique log cabins are the perfect choice for families and groups of friends looking for a well-deserved break with countryside surroundings and onsite activities for all ages. Each cottage has been lovingly decorated and furnished to offer comfort and quality throughout, with three cosy bedrooms and an open plan living area complete with a well-equipped fitted kitchen, dining area and sitting area. Each log cabin also boasts an outdoor seating area, perfect for a spot of alfresco dining! The site offers a wide range of activities and attractions, a large games room, and the friendly staff will happily organise boat trips, discount cards for guests that will earn you discounts in the local restaurants and shops and, if you let them know in advance, they can even decorate your cabin prior to your arrival for special occasions such as birthdays! The Kilcorby log cabins are only a few miles from the popular villages of Ballyconnell and Belturbet where you will find plenty of traditional pubs to choose from. The choice of attractions around the region offers something for all the family including golf course, fishing, and peaceful walking and cycling.
This ground floor Kilcorby log cabin is accessed via two steps and boasts three comfortable bedrooms along with a spacious open plan living space complete with a kitchen, dining area and sitting area.
With superb onsite facilities and activities, this cottage is ideal for families and friends looking for a countryside break.
Note: This property can be booked with Refs.935014 and 935015, together they sleep 15.
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.