Belturbet 1.7 miles. Surrounded by the quaint countryside in Pleydell near Belturbet, County Cavan is this idyllic, detached log cabin of 12 Cornadarragh. Overlooking the woodland and River Erne, 12 Cornadarragh is the perfect spot for a family of six and a furry friend to retire to after days of exploring this beautiful county. The cabin offers you up to three off-road spaces, where you can park your vehicle and take in the splendid sights. Make your way up the stairs and into the welcoming interiors, where an open-plan living space awaits, home to a sitting area that hosts two leather sofas for you to curl up on as the flickering flames of the fire warm you; switch on one of the TVs for some extra entertainment. The kitchen provides you with all you need to make mouthwatering meals for your loved ones, including an integrated dishwasher and electric cooker nestled within its rustic, wooden units. The spacious dining table can seat all of the group, so you can enjoy a homemade meal with your family whilst you plan your holiday itinerary; if you'd prefer a little more peace and quiet during dinner, head out to the decking to find an alfresco dining area. As you grow weary, pick one of three well-appointed bedrooms inhabiting the property, with one situated on the ground-floor, a twin enjoying a TV and an en-suite shower room; the other two bedrooms consist of first-floor doubles, with one in particular being served by an en-suite shower room and a private balcony. An additional shower room can be found on the first floor, to prevent those morning queues! The spacious lawn is great space for ball games, letting your furry friends stretch their legs or simply looking out at the gorgeous, winding river and far-reaching country views. A scenic drive will take you to the town of Belturbet, where a handful of eateries along with convenience stores can be found, making a self-catered stay a breeze; the town is also home to the sights of Turbet Island, a quaint nature reserve, and the inviting Belturbet Railway Museum. Travel to the county town of Cavan for an afternoon packed with fun, with an esteemed golf club, the Kingspan Breffni stadium, Cavan Equestrian Centrer and the stunning Swellan Lough at your disposal. Immerse yourself in the outdoors with a visit to Killashandra, with its numerous lakes surrounding the village, the lengthy Killashandra Loop Walk that is bound to appeal to those hikers of the group, and the nearby Killykeen Forest Park hosting 600 wooded acres with ample birdwatching, hiking and fishing opportunities. With picturesque settlements peppered throughout the region, including Ballyconnell, along with glorious outdoors spaces, such as Killywilly Lough, County Cavan is truly a fantastic region to visit. Treat yourself and your family to a stay this enticing log cabin, 12 Cornadarragh.
Electric central heating with woodburning stove. Electric oven and hob, microwave, dishwasher, Smart TV, 2 x TVs, WiFi. Fuel, power and starter pack for woodburning stove inc. in rent. Bed linen and towels inc. in rent. Off-road parking for 3 cars. Rear decking with furniture. Rear lawn. One well-behaved dog welcome. Sorry, no smoking. Shop 1.6 miles, pub 1.8 miles. Note: There are steps leading down to the property from the parking, then up to the entrance, please take care. Note: The lawn is not enclosed, please supervise your dog and children outside at all times. Note: Check-in is from 3pm, check-out by 10:30am
Three bedrooms: 1 x double with balcony and en-suite walk-in shower, basin and WC, 1 x double, 1 x ground-floor twin with TV and en-suite walk-in shower, basin and WC. Shower room with walk-in shower, basin and WC. Open-plan living space with kitchen, dining area, sitting area and woodburning stove
Belturbet is a town in County Cavan, Ireland, located one hour and forty minutes from Dublin, ten miles from Cavan town, eight miles from Ballyconnell, and halfway between Lough Oughter and Upper Lough Erne. It is a refuge for avid fisherman or anyone planning a boating trip, as it is located on the banks of the River Erne and has its own marina. With direct access to the Shannon-Erne canal, the town is widely regarded as one of Ireland's top fishing places.