The Elm Lodge is a four-star house that serves as an excellent choice for a self-catering holiday in County Cavan. Set near Mullagh and close to the border with County Meath, it is ideal for touring the region. The house is pet and family friendly.
The Elm Lodge is a four-star house set just outside Mullagh in County Cavan. The comfortable, two-storey accommodation comes with a bit of history, as James Ball, a famous hedge-school master, lived where the lodge stands. Copies of his fascinating school manuscripts dating back to the 1800s are available for guests to read.
At The Elm Lodge, visitors will find three ensuite bedrooms, one of which has a double bed and the other two with two single beds. The house also features a large kitchen/dining room and sitting room with pellet stove and TV, providing the perfect place to relax at the end of a busy day of sightseeing and activities.
The Elm Lodge is furnished with all modern conveniences, including oil-fired central heating, dishwasher, microwave, washing machine and tumble dryer. The house is family friendly and welcomes pets. The owner lives close by and is happy to provide advice and assistance.
The property adjoins the local golden mile, which has spectacular views of Mullagh Lake, and hill, bog and wildlife habitats. Additionally, in the area around Mullagh, guests will find fishing, golfing, pubs and St Kilian’s Heritage Centre. Further afield, they can tour the highlights of counties Cavan and Meath, including Kells, Navan Town, Virginia, Dún an Rí Forest Park and Cabra Castle.