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Cornadarragh Forest Park, Luxurious Log Cabin, Belturbet, Co. Cavan

From €300 Per week
Holiday home | 2 Beds | 2 Baths
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  • 2 Bedrooms (2 twin : sleeps 6), 2 Bathrooms

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REF 11478

Type: Log Cabin Sleeps: 6 (2 Bedrooms) Change Over Day: Flexible Access: Car Essential
Long term lets considered Owner will consider house swap Pets allowed Wheelchair inaccessible Pets considered suitable for children Winter lets available
Accomodation consists of 2 Double Bedrooms (with 2 Double Beds & 2 Single Beds), 2 Bathrooms with Electric/Power Shower, WC and WHB, Utility Room and a Large open plan living/kitchen/dining area. Facilities include fridge freezer, oven, hob, fan, dishwasher, washer/dryer, TV with channels, DVD and CD Stereo. The Cabin also has 3 balconies (Ideal for relaxing and barbeques) with views of the Forest and the River Erne, a lovely garden and measures 800 sq. feet in size.

Situated just over 1 and half hours drive from Dublin, 8km from the Slieve Russell Hotel and Championship Golf Course (www.quinnhotels.com) and 2 km from Belturbet Golf Course. The town is 2km away and has traditional pubs with nightly entertainment. The Emerald Star line is also based in Belturbet for the Shannon/Erne cruises.

The Cavan Region
Cavan town and Enniskillen are only 20 minutes drive from the Log Cabin and offer 2 large bustling towns with everthing on offer from shopping to socialising.

Cavan County Museum
Located in a superb nineteenth Century building at Virginia Road, Ballyjamesduff, the Museum houses the material culture of Cavan and surrounding districts. Exhibition galleries feature unique Stone Age, Bronze Age, Iron Age and Medieval artefacts. Interesting displays include the pre-Christian Killycluggin Stone and Corleck Head, the 1,000 year old Lough Errol Canoe, eighteenth Century Cavan Mace and Lavey Sheela na Gigs.
The GAA Gallery was recently opened and has attracted a wealth of Sports Enthusiasts.

Lifeforce Mill
Located at Millrock, Cavan, a beautifully restored, fully working flourmill powered by Ireland's oldest waterturbine, Macadam 1846. A tour of the mill begins with each visitor making and baking his or her own loaf of brown bread which is baked while the tour takes place. All the original equipment is still used to produce Lifeforce stoneground wholemeal flour. After the tour you will return to the impressive stone coffee shop to collect your bread, hot out of the oven!

Drumline Monastic Site
Located at Milltown, an idyllic setting between Lakes Drumlane and Derrybrick. A round tower and church mark the sixth century monastic site. The church building dates from thirteenth or fourteenth century and is located half a mile form Milltown village.

The Cavan Way
Starting from Cavan County Council Library Services in Cavan Town, The Cavan Way provides a pleasant hill and valley walking connection between the Leitrim Way at Dowra, a small village community near the source of the River Shannon and the Ulster Way at Blacklion village.
Following generally the course of the young river to its source at the mystical "Shannon Pot", the walk follows quiet valley and river-side landscapes to the more unenclosed uplands section between the "Pot" and Blacklion, which includes the forested Burren area and its cemetery of ancient tombs, stone megaliths and monuments. Fine views are obtained from these elevated upland areas.

Saint Killian's Heritage Centre
Located at Mullagh. Saint Killian was born in Mullagh, County Cavan in 640 AD. In 686AD he became a missionary to Wurzburg in Germany where he was martyred in 689AD. The exhibition and audio-visual here deal with Saint Killian including his times, his work, martyrdom and subsequent cult.
It brings to life a glorious era in Irish Church history and the work of Irish missionaries in Europe in the sixth and seventh centuries, with maps, photographs, statuettes, manuscript facsimiles and art reproductions. The exhibition also traces the development of Gaelic script from the Ogham writing of the fourth to seventh centuries and the Wurzburg Glosses (the earliest example of written Irish c.750), to the illuminated script of the Book of Kells.

Cavan Crystal
Situated on the N3 just minutes from Cavan town, they offer the visitor comfy sofas to relax in, open fires and local/nationally produced crafts. The restaurant designed by Irish craftsmen boasts an array of home cooked food. The audio-visual theatre gives visitors an insight into the craft of mouth-blown, hand-cut crystal and a brief history of Cavan and its environs.
Belturbet Area
LIVEWIREZ, Unit 4, Townspark, Cavan, 049 4362736 (Located beside Tesco - about 20 mins drive from Cabin)

Meander down the renowned Shannon-Erne Waterway or along the majestic River Erne and you'll find that Cavan is ideal for cruising. Dotted with shimmering lakes and rivers, this area of Ireland is a genuine boaters' paradise.
The Shannon-Erne Waterway traverses 62.5 kms of lake and river and still canal sections. With 16 fully automatic locks, 34 stone bridges and 6 fully serviced mooring areas, the waterway invites you to enjoy cruising, fishing, walking cycling, canoeing, golf and horse riding along Europe's longest navigable Inland waterway.
Work on the original canal started in 1846 and took 14 years to complete. The dream of permanently joining the great Rivers Shannon and the Erne was fulfilled. However the canal remained open for only 9 years as the age of steam and the railways rendered the canal redundant. However, in 1994 the canal re-opened, and now pleasure cruisers ply the old waterway once again.
The waterway exquisitely weaves together the streams, rivers and lakes which are picturesquely scattered between Leitrim Village and the Erne. Sixteen locks will ensure the waterway is viable and the variety of landscape and wildlife, as well as the great historical and archaeological sites en route, guarantee the popularity of this superb and peaceful highway. For the first time in 150 years, 300km of navigable waterway can be enjoyed by lovers of walking, cycling, canoeing and sailing.
Eighty-four km of the River Erne is navigable from Belturbet to Belleek in Co Fermanagh. There is only one lock on the system, Portora Lock. Services are located at many locations along the river. Having been a trade route for the Vikings, the Erne system has never been a modern commerical navigation. It is truly unspoilt and tranquil leisure oriented expanse of water for boating enthusiasts and game and coarse anglers.

For further information including maps and guides to both the Shannon - Erne Waterway and River Erne, contact Waterways Ireland or Inland Waterways Association of Ireland
Cavan's beautiful and rugged countryside can also be enjoyed from the saddle. There are a number of excellent riding schools throughout the county offering a range of opportunities from trekking to hourly lessons.

Set in 36 acres or private parkland Ross Equestrian Centre is the perfect base for riding holidays and weekend breaks. The new purpose-built cross country course with its scenic trails along the lake promises riders of all levels pleasurable and exciting rides. Ross House offer lessons, breaking, schooling, livery and sale of quality horses and ponies. Approved by A.I.R.E.

Redhills is a family run centre specialising in children's holidays and progressive teaching. Instruction is geared to all standards, both in riding and stable management. Students can train to become BHSAI instructors. About 20 cross country fences are designed for training horse and rider. A superb indoor arena (30m x 45m) is complemented by an outdoor arena measuring 23m x 61m. Accommodation is available at the centre for children. Adult holidays can be arranged through local bed and breakfast houses.
Enclosed manege; Indoor School; Cross Country Fences; Liveries; Changing Rooms and Showers; Coffee Shop; Children Unaccompanied, 2 Qualified Instructors; Children trained for BHSAI exams and Pony Club tests; Hacking; Trekking; Schooling; Basic Instruction

Lough Oughter Canoe Centre, Carratraw Bridge, Butlersbridge, Co Cavan
t: +353 (0)49 4334294

Lakeside Manor Hotel, Virginia
t: +353 (0)49 854 8200 fax: +353 (0)49 854 8279
Power boating, jet skiing, canoeing, cruising and fishing all year round. Phone: 086-1932224 for hiring of equipment

Tanagh Outdoor Education Centre
Dartry Forest, Rockcorry, Cootehill t: +353 (0)49 5552988
The centre caters for school groups, youth groups, summercamps, staff development groups and private parties. Activities include canoeing, banana boat, gorge walking, abseiling, archery, assault course, orienteering and hillwalking. One day, weekends or full week of activities available.

WIildflower Mountain Biking, Ballyconnell
'Wildflower' offer cycling and walking holidays for everybody, from families and beginners to more serious enthusiasts. Offering packaged and independant holidays, Wildflower can organise routes, places to stay, guided tours, airport and luggage transfers, cycle hire and maps. t: +353 (0)49 9523923 or (0)87 6143527

On Yer Bike Tours, Corleggy Farm, Belturbet t: +353 (0)49 9522219 or (0)86 8204923
Bike hire from €7 per day

Bicycle Hire Padraig Fitzpatrick Cycles
This is a Premier Raleigh Rent a Bike agent. Premier Raleigh Rent a Bike is an additional service available from a number of specially selected Rent a Bike dealers. Bicycles can be rented from, and returned to, any of these dealers.
Phone: +3530499522876

Enjoy a round of golf amidst some of the most spectacular scenery in Ireland.

Slieve Russell Hotel Golf & Country Club

Ballyconnell t: +353 (0)49 9526444
The 18-hole championship course at the Slieve Russell has since become one of the top ranking courses in Ireland and is cited as one of the great courses world wide.

Forming part of 300 acre estate, with 50 acres of lakes, the course is sensitively wrapped around the lakes and drumlins of Cavan. Multiple tee positions facilitate all golfers with championship tees demanding strategic shot marking. The Summit Bar & Restaurant at the clubhouse have magnificent panoramic views over the golf course.

County Cavan Golf Club (18 Hole)
Drumelis House, Cavan t: +353 (0)49 4331541
Founded in 1894, CAvan is one of the oldest clubs in Ireland. The 18-hole, par 70 layout measures 5634 metres. A feature of the parkland course is the number of mature trees, some over 100 years old. The closing 6 holes are a challenge for all golfers. Facilities include a bar, restaurant, PGA professional and driving range. Cavan County Golf club is situated 2 miles from Cavan Town on the R198 to Killeshandra.

Belturbet Golf Club (9Hole)
Erne Hill t:+353(0)499522287
Parkland course with majority of holes played to elevated greens.
Length of course: 4889m (5,347 yards) Par 68

There are excellent shopping facilities in Enniskillen and in Cavan Town. Both are approximately 20 minutes drive from the cabin.

Ramor Theatre, Virginia, Co Cavan
2006 programme of events inlcludes jazz, traditional, opera, contemporary, drama and classical. For full program visit www.ramortheatre.ie or t: +353 (0) 49 8547074

Monday Full Schilling, Bridge St, Cavan 10pm

Interior Details
Open Plan Living/Dining/Kitchen:
Oak Laminate Wooden Flooring throughout. Fully fitted kitchen with integrated appliances & down lighters. Double French Doors to front Balcony. Single French Door to Rear Balcony

Utility Room:

Fully wall & floor tiled, wc, whb, shower cubicle and enclosure with power shower.


Bedroom 1:
Oak laminate flooring, Double French doors to balcony, free standing wardrobes.

Fully wall & floor tiled, wc, whb, Double shower cubicle and enclosure with electric shower.

Bedroom 2:
Oak laminate flooring, free standing wardobes.

JanuaryEUR €300.00

FebruaryEUR €350.00
MarchEUR €350.00
AprilEUR €350.00
MayEUR €400.00
JuneEUR €425.00
JulyEUR €595.00
AugustEUR €595.00
SeptemberEUR €450.00
OctoberEUR €350.00
NovemberEUR €350.00
DecemberEUR €300.00
OctoberEUR €350.00
JulyEUR €595.00


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Cornadarragh Forest Park, Luxurious Log Cabin, Belturbet, Co. Cavan