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Contact Details
County Cavan,
Rep. of Ireland
Tel: +353494334342

Room’s ensuite
T.V. Lounge.
Private Car Park.
Travel Agent Vouchers accepted.
Town Country Home vouchers
Farmhouse vouchers.
Garden for visitor us.
In Bedrooms T.V. Hairdryers, Tea/Coffee facilities.

Full Irish Breakfast is served in our dining room; selection of cereals, home made brown bread, selection of fruits, jams, juice, tea and coffee.


A number of amenities are accessible within a convenient distance



Killeshandra is a rural village set in the middle of unspoilt countryside, green fields, forests and dozens of lakes and rivers which form part of the upper Erne system.

Visitors continually comment on the relaxed atmosphere and friendliness of the people in shops, pubs or wherever you happen to meet them.

The friendly pubs and bars in the town are guaranteed to give the visitor a pleasurable evening and are noted for traditional music along with a good pint of porter.

Traditional Irish Music Sessions:

Kelly's Bar: Thursday Nights 10pm.

Drumlane Bar(Miltown): Every 2nd Friday


  Traditional Music Session

Music Session in Killeshandra



Hamilton Trail is a scenic walk through the woodlands of Killeshandra taking in views of lakes and wildlife.


Hamilton Trail


Clough Oughter Castle is a circular Castle standing on a man made island and, is accessible only by boat. Built in the early 13th century, it was soon captured by the O’Reilly clan Irish rulers of east
Breifne, and controlled it until the 16th century. Owen Roe O’Neill leader of the anti English revolt of the 1640’s died here in November 1649

  Clough Ougher

Clough Ougher Castle


Drumlane Monastery is beautifully situated between the lakes of Drumlane and Derrybrick. The abbey was founded in the 6th Century by St Mogue. The remains are of a round tower, church graveyard fragments of a cross inscribed stone and the site of a priory

  Drumlane Abbey

Drumlane Abbey


Cavan was made into a county in 1584 by the then Lord Deputy and took its county name from the principal Seat of the O’Reilly’s in the Area. 

Cavan, which remains the County town, was part of the Old Kingdom. Breifne and the part that is now Cavan was known as Breifne O’Reilly.   Lakes and Drumlins are the major elements in Cavan landscape and boast over 300 lakes and is also the source of two of the largest rivers. The river Shannon rises in Glangevlin and the Erne rises in Lough Gowna.

The Johnston Central Library on Farnham Street has a extensive reference section with information on the history and heritage of the county

Tel +353(0)494378300


County Cavan Genealogical Research Centre

The family History and Research Centre at   Cavan Genealogy offers a full genealogical research service for people with Cavan ancestry.  First Floor Johnston Central Library,   Farnham Street, Cavan. has information on Parish records for the entire county It contains church records of baptisms, marriages, burials, and civil records The centre has computerized almost in million records relating to individuals who resided in County Cavan before 1901. The centre welcomes enquiries and is happy to provide information and assist in locating and deciphering records. Open the door to your Cavan roots.

Tel. +353(O) 494331394




Cavan County Museum.  Virginia Rd. Ballyjamesduff Tel + 353(0) 498544070

Cavan County Museum was esatablished in 1996 by Cavan County Council. A magnificent 19th century building, this displays all aspects of the culture, history and traditions of the county.



Carratraw Bridge, Innishmore, Butlersbridge.

Guided full/halfway canoe trips take you around the Lough Oughter waterways.

  Canoe Centre

Carratraw Canoe Centre

18-Hole course at Cavan 11 miles away and nearer still, a 9-hole golf course at Belturbet.

Cavan Golf Course
County Cavan Swimming Pool and Leisure Complex, one of the most modern and exciting leisure complexes.

Cavan Swimming Pool and Leisure Complex


Arigna Mining Experience.

Discover & experience the life of a coal miner through a unique underground tour is what was Ireland’s last working Coal Mine.

Phone: 071 96 46466

  Arigna Mining Experience

Arigna Mining Experience
Marble Arch Caves European Geopark

One of Europe’s finest showcaves located in Co.Fermanagh, allowing visitors to explore fascinating nature underworld of rivers, waterfalls, winding passages and lofty chambers.  The Marble Arch Caves are 5 minutes from Florence Court House.


  Marble Arch Caves

Marble Arch Caves
Florencecourt House.

Florence Court is a fine mid 18th Century house and estate set against the stunning backdrop of the Cuilcagh Mountains. It was the home of the Earls of Enniskillen and is one of the most important houses in Ulster which is now a popular attraction for all the family.

  Florence Court House

Florence Court House

Belleek Pottery

Established over 143 years ago a visit to Belleek offers a fascinating insight into the life and times of a company that has come to represent the highest standard of Irish craftsmanship, at home and abroad.



Belleek Pottery