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Clancys of Glenfarne

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Brockagh, Glenfarne,
Mr Jim Clancy

Clancys of Glenfarne offer first-class accommodation, an excellent restaurant, supermarket and post office facilities in Glenfarne, County Leitrim.

Clancys of Glenfarne in County Leitrim specialise in accommodating the energetic outdoor type, with their proximity to amenities such as fishing, hill walking, golfing, cycling and caving. The B&B accommodation consists of eight tastefully decorated ensuite bedrooms all with satellite television, telephone, tea/coffee making facilities and free WiFi. A two bedroomed apartment is also available and this is designed to facilitate disabled customers.

Clancys are particularly delighted to be approved as an accommodation provider for Chef Neven Maguire's guests while visiting his award winning McNean House & Restaurant in Blacklion. Complimentary transport is provided to guests.

Clancys facilities provide a perfect base for exploring this undiscovered part of the country and special group discounts are available for fishing and golfing. Visitors to Glenfarne can discover a charming rural lifestyle that is laid back and can be great fun.

For golfers there is a beautiful local nine hole course along the shores of Lough Macnean 5km away. Also within 45 minutes drive are ten championship golf courses including Rosses Point, Strandhill, Murvagh, Slieve Russell, and the new Nick Faldo designed Lough Erne Golf Resort in Enniskillen.

Fishing enthusiasts have a choice of three lakes within 20km of Glenfarne, namely Lough Erne, Lough Macnean and the highly acclaimed Lough Melvin.

Walkers are attracted to Glenfarne by the numerous mapped walks in the vicinity. These vary from short walks in the local forest to the more daunting walks in the mountains. A number of walking weekends are held during the year and more information can be obtained by telephone. The more adventurous can go underground and explore the complex cave networks.

Other attractions in the proximity are the Organic Center in Rossinver, the Marble Arch Caves in Florencecourt, the Shannon-Erne Waterway, the Kingfisher Cycling Trail, and the Cavan Way guided walks. Genealogy in Leitrim is becoming popular, as is tracing the old Sligo Leitrim Railway-

The guesthouse is Failte Ireland approved and has have been awarded the EU Flower in recognition of their efforts to achieve a better environment.