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
In Belturbet, one of Cavan's most attractive and historic towns on the River Erne, is the restored Great Northern Railway...
MacNean House is a fine dining restaurant, run by chef Neven Maguire, with 17 luxurious guestrooms and two suites. MacNean...
Fully equipped gymnasium, sports hall, aerobics room, as well as 25 metre swimming pool, sauna, steamroom, jacuzzi and...
Located in the west of County Cavan, the town of Ballyconnell is overlooked by the Slieve Russell mountain and named...
McCauls is probably one of the most lively pubs in Cavan Town. It is a great place to watch all the live sports and...
Cavan County Museum is now home to the largest outdoor replica trench open to the public in Ireland and the UK.
Completed in 1942 the historic and spectacular Cathedral is the most dominent building in Cavan town.
Waterfalls, old abbeys, tombs, forests, fabulous landscapes and amazing show caves are among some of the attractions...
7 Day Tour is €1,285 pps (Single supplement of €245). 15 day Tour is €2,350 pps (Single Supplement €525)
£70 per room per night
8 day Guided Walking Tour of Donegal & Antrim including Giants Causeway £889 per person sharing
£895 per week
per room based on 2 people sharing - quote 'St Patrick Offer'
€1520 pp (Full Trail) €595 pp (Mini Trail)
Family Offers from only €640
" €35 pp "
Offers from €599.00
£110 PP Based On A Group of 10 - Smaller Group Prices Available
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