Lake Shore Log Chalet - Superb 4* self catering accommodation overlooking Lough Dargan.
 
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Superb 4 Star Self Catering Accommodation in Co. Cavan
Three luxury self catering Log Cabins located in historic and beautiful country side of Killinkere, County Cavan, Ireland.

This really is the ideal place to relax, unwind and take in the gorgeous surroundings of authentic Ireland. You will be thrilled with the beautiful decor, furnishings, and wood, as each chalet is all wood inside and out, it is perfect for relaxing and enjoying the views of the countryside and Lough Dargan.

A beautiful and romantic hide away or simply to provide a haven to which you can excape from the stresses of everyday living.

These Log Chalets are made from dense reddish Finnish Lapland Pine that has grown so slowly that the annual growth rings are sometimes hard to distinguish by the naked eye which makes this a durable cosy and ecologically friendly accommodation.

Special Offer: Midweek stay for 2 guests from Monday to Thursday for only €200.00 plus E.S.B. This offer is not available durning June, July, or August

Contact Breda 086 1554808 / 049 8547709


For those who like to look at the water rather than be on it, we are ideally situated for golfing, walking and bird watching. The breath taking scenery will give the artists and photographers amongst you plenty to do.
Ideally situated in the beautiful Cavan countryside. It is the place to come to whether you are just planning a fishing trip, a peaceful break or exploring some of the many local attractions Cavan and activities that the surrounding area has to offer.

These Self Catering Chalets overlooks Lough Dargan Lake which is well known for it's coarse and pike fishing, with access to the water and convenient fishing stands. Boats are for hire nearby.

Relish the Tranquility

Cavan people and visitors to the county have for years enjoyed the health benefits of the tranquil landscapes of the Lakelands, Burren and Cavan's famed rolling drumlin hills

Cavan has a rugged charm, with pristine waters and pure local produce,

One of Ireland's loveliest counties is tucked just to our south, an delightful gem waiting to be explored.

County Cavan nestles along the flanks of Fermanagh, its charms perhaps not always fully appreciated.

Cavan is the beautiful land of lakes in the middle of our island. This is a place away from it all - but not that far away.

The only ones who won’t be glad to meet you are our fish… that’s just how they are.

"WHATEVER FLOATS YOUR BOAT"

“An Cabhan” is an old Irish word meaning “The Hollow” – and in a simple way that says a lot about this place. Cavan is a refuge, a place to rejuvenate, a shelter from stress.

Many visitors note that once you get here, the pace of things seems to slow down a bit. Whatever the reason for this change of pace, you’ll be surprised by just how many great attractions and activities we have here to fill all that wonderfully slowed-down Cavan time.

Walking:

Cavan is a walker's place. Here we have a great range of places to pace through.
Walk along the river and canal paths between towns with a flask of soup and a companion or three. Try gently rolling drumlins one day and upland blanket bogs the next. Enjoy the tranquility of forest walks in Kingscourt, Cavan, Virginia and Balieborough.
Visit the Marble Arch Caves Geopark – accredited by UNESCO – a special place spanning the uplands of Cavan and Fermanagh. By foot, neo- lithic Ireland reveals itself quietly as you stroll along. In ancient woods you get a feeling for why our ancestors picked this place over others.
Or walk the Cavan Way from Dowra to Blacklion past the Shannon Pot – the source of the Shannon – a place of rich folklore.
Cavan Walking Festival takes place every May with guided walks taking place over a week throughout the county. A really enjoyable week of walking is promised with mountainous walks, forest paths, lakeside trails and canal paths to name a few.

Restaurants;

MacNean House & Restaurant

Main St, Blacklion

Multi-award winning restaurant. Chef Neven Maguire. Bridgestone 100 Best Places. Georgina Campbell.
t: +353 71 98 53022

St. Kyran’s Country House & Restaurant

Dublin Road, Virginia

Stunning location overlooking Lough Ramor. Recommended by Georgina Campbell.
t: +353 49 8547087

The Riverfront Hotel

Main St, Virginia
t: +353 49 854 7561


Fishing

Cavan has a well earned reputation for its coarse and pike fishing. There are many fine game angling river stretches and wild Brown trout lake fisheries. These lakes and rivers have good stocks of bream,Roach,Rudd,Perch and Pike. Eels are present in all waters in the County. Roach,Bream and Rudd Bream Hybrids are found in the majority of these fisheries.
Tench are now more widespread and have grown to specimen size in some fisheries. In recent years,Carp have been stocked into selected waters and will soon provide good sport.

Lough Dargan
is renowned for its fishing of Bream, Roach, Pike and Perch.
Within a 10 Km radius there are ten more lakes which is home to Pike,Hybrid,Rudd and Trout.

Lake Shore Log Chalets are an ideal place for a quiet fishing break or a family get together.


Family friendly run business with disability access, private car park.

Click here for more information on renting the lakeside log cabin
Lake Shore Log Chalets/ Cabins, "St.Ultans", Corratinner, Killinkere, Virginia, Co. Cavan. Phone : +353 (0) 49 8547709 +353 (0) 86 1554808 E-mail: lakeshorelogcabin@eircom.net
 

 
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