You are viewing a holiday cottage to rent in Belturbet, Lough Erne, County Cavan. It is a Semi-detached Character Cottage.
Fully restored in 1995 and again refitted in 2014 this station Masters house is a Grade one listed building a mere stroll from Belturbet village less than 2 hours from Dublin. It has been lovingly refitted to bring in the modern age with mod cons such as a flat screen TV and free Wi-Fi. The house is ideally situated in the peaceful town of Belturbet on the banks of the Upper Lough Erne and with direct access to the Shannon-Erne Waterway. The Main Station Building which is attached contains a museum hosting an interesting collection of railway memorabilia and audiovisual footage of the Cavan and Leitrim railway and the restoration of the station itself.
Shop. Pub. Restaurant 264 yards. Beach 65 miles.
GF: lounge, kitchen, dining room. FF: double, twin, bathroom with shower over bath.
Electricity included , storage heaters, open fire with starter pack, linen and towels included, travel cot, high chair, stair gate, TV, dvd player, fridge with small ice box, microwave, w/machine, internet access, hairdryer, enclosed private courtyard, garden furniture, bbq, off road parking. One pet welcome.
~ There is a EUR100 security deposit charged upon arrival which will be refunded on departure should there be no breakages or exceptional cleaning costs.
Great days out can include:
~ Slieve Russell Championship golf course.
~ The Scouts centre at Castle Saunderson.
~ The Belturbet parkland golf course
~ Crom Estate
~ The Marble Arch Caves
~ Florence Court, Enniskillen, Fermanagh - which is a walkers paradise and is home to walled gardens and a period house.
~ The Cavan Burren - a remarkable limestone plateau at an altitude of between seven hundred and nine hundred feet, which is now beginning to be recognized as one of the finest relict landscapes of its size in all of Ireland.
~ St Tiernach's Park and the Shannon Erne Waterway.
Belturbet is on the main Dublin to Donegal bus route which offers a fairly direct link to Dublin airport.
Belturbet is well known for its fishing and water sports such as rowing and kayaking situated in the only International Geopark with protected wildlife sanctuaries offering the visitor many varied walks and wildlife spotting opportunities. Belturbet has a number of good pubs, a few of which offer live traditional music at the weekends. There's also a leisure centre and a selection of dining options.
Childrens Playground, Fishing, Traditional Music 0.15 miles. Golf 1 miles. Horse riding 6 miles. Walking - Hill 7 miles. Cinema, Swimming Pool 10 miles.
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