RiverRun Holiday Homes
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- العرض كخريطة
Loughdooley, Belturbet, Cavan,
Mr Stephen Quinn
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RiverRun Holiday Homes are located along more than 1km of river frontage at the mouth of Upper Lough Erne, just outside Belturbet in County Cavan.
RiverRun is a unique four star self-catering holiday home resort at the mouth of Lough Erne in Belturbet, County Cavan. The resort provides a luxurious country escape amidst the tranquil backdrop of a beautiful river setting on a maintained and monitored wildlife reserve. RiverRun Estate offers a unique series of pastimes to suit individuals, couples or families for nature, fishing, health and leisure within a setting of quality and luxury.
Set in a gated community of 110 acres, and on the longest stretch of privately held and serviced river frontage in Ireland, the holiday homes are all spacious and luxuriously designed with comfortable and stylish interiors.
With their unique design and layout, RiverRun provides luxurious four star self-catering accommodation. Holiday cottages are Scandinavian in design and each of these holiday homes have wonderful light open-plan spaces, perfect accommodation for a relaxing Belturbet self-catering break.
Each of the holiday homes contain three bedrooms which can accommodate up to six guests and both bed linen and towels are supplied free of charge by the self-catering property. The holiday cottages are perfect for families and RiverRun pride themselves on being the family-friendly choice for visitors to Belturbet.
House at RiverRun all have decking areas at the front of each holiday home with stunning views of either the river or the surrounding countryside and all holiday cottages are within walking distance of boat jetties and the river.
Facilities include secure private car parking, cots and high chairs available on request, bed linen and towels are supplied free of charge. Central heating and electricity are extra charges.
Top attractions within easy reach by car include the ruins of the moat and bailey on Belturbet Island, Lough Oughter Castle which is a 12th Century Anglo Norman castle on a small island, Swan Island Farm in County Leitrim, the ruins of Augustinian Abbey at Drumlane and across the border in County Tyrone is a real gem, the Ulster American Folk Park, an open air museum which tells the story of emigration from the region to North America.