You are viewing a holiday cottage to rent in Belturbet, Lough Erne, County Cavan. It is a Detached Scandinavian Lodge.
One of 10 Scandinavian style log cabins on the banks of the Shannon-Erne-Waterway 3.5 miles from Belturbet and 3.7 miles from Ballyconnell. Each cabin features spacious living areas, has it's own veranda, patio and red bricked BBQ. On-site there is fishing, children's entertainment room, Leisure cruise boat (fee), beauty room and gym, tennis courts (tennis rackets can be hired for EUR2 each) and bicycles for hire for EUR15 - EUR20 per week.
Shop. Pub. Restaurant 3.5 miles. Beach 65 miles. Lakeside 2.5 miles.
GF: lounge, kitchen/diner, double with basin, twin, single, bathroom (no toilet) with shower over bath, w.c.
Electricity by meter read, storage heaters, linen included, No Smoking, travel cot, high chair, fridge with small ice box, microwave, shared washer/dryer, electric heaters, uk tv channels, open plan shared garden, patio area, picnic bench, bbq, private off road parking, childrens playground, tennis, bicycles available at cost. Pets welcome.
The thriving town of Belturbet is one of the most attractive and historic towns on the River Erne. Located 15km from the county's main town and about halfway between Lough Oughter and Upper Lough Erne, it has its own marina and is a haven for keen anglers or for those planning a boating holiday. It's actually considered by many to be one of the best fishing spots in Ireland with direct access to the Shannon-Erne waterway. The backdrop to Belturbet is Slieve Russell which towers over the town at 1331 feet.
Belturbet is relaxed, friendly town with a number of good pubs, a number offer live traditional music at the weekends.
~ The 36th Annual Belturbet Festival of The Erne with fun filled activity for all the family including a 4 day International Coarse Angling Competition takes place the end of July.
THINGS TO DO:
~ The Railway Visitor Centre. Formerly the town's GNR train station is the town's main visitor attraction, telling the story of Belturbet's rail history from 1885 until the closure of the station in 1959.
~ Visit the Cavan Crystal Factory Shop just 10 miles from Belturbet.
~ Tucked away in a remote corner of the Erne River system, on a tiny island in Lough Oughter, stands the ruined circular tower of Cloughoughter - a modest-sized castle with a surprisingly prominent history just 11 miles from the property.
There are 10 identical log cabins on site which can be booked together if the availability allows.
Walking - Easy on site. Fishing - River, Fishing - Lake, Fishing - Course 1 miles. Golf, Leisure Club with gym, hot-tub, sauna, steam room, Leisure centre and indoor pool 4.5 miles.
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