Live it up with romantic lakes, beautiful hills and award-winning guesthouses in Cavan
Cavan is a great base from which to explore lush lakelands all the way to Fermanagh
Marquetry, the window method taught by T Small Robinson Brothers Milltown master craftsmen renowned worldwide for their...
Cavan Heritage and Genealogy Centre, located in Cavan town, offers a full genealogical research service for County Cavan.
St Kilian was a 7th Century saint born in Mullagh, County Cavan and is now the patron saint of Wurzburg in Germany....
Cavan Burren Park is a unique and special place where geological and archaeological features are gently revealed in...
MacNean House is a fine dining restaurant, run by chef Neven Maguire, with 17 luxurious guestrooms and two suites. MacNean...
Explore the heritage that lies among the drumlins of Cavan, Monaghan and Leitrim at Maudabawn Cultural Centre, in Cootehill,...
Completed in 1942 the historic and spectacular Cathedral is the most dominent building in Cavan town.
Leisure centre with gym, 20 metre swimming pool, kiddie pool, steam room, jacuzzi and sauna.
Cootehill Championship Fishing Festival. Book early to avoid disappointment. Limited to 100 people.
Six days and nights of spooky fun and entertainment for all the family with a haunted forest walk; artisan...
A celebration of the music of fiddle player and composer Ed Reavy, a native of Cavan who spent most of...
$2114 pp land only, twin share, taxes included
10% off when you use code WAW2015E
SAVE $100 per couple. Promo code: PPIIRELAND100
From $359 pp
per person, based on 2 sharing, plus taxes of $392
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