Republic of Ireland Accommodation, as featured in the Fermanagh Visitor Guide
Killinagh House, Blacklion, County Cavan
McNean Court, Blacklion, County Cavan, Ireland
Tel: 0866663226 (RoI) 07540836630 (NI)
E: email@example.com |W: www.killinaghhouse.com
Killinagh House offers luxurious Bed and Breakfast accommodation for up to six people, perfect for families and small groups. Guests can relax in restful sitting rooms, in front of open fires, watch sky television and avail of the wonderful library of books. Beds are large and comfortable and dressed with the highest quality bed linen. Full Irish breakfast is served in the dining room, awash with natural daylight. Killinagh House is set in mature and tranquil gardens with private parking.
Blacklion House, Blacklion, County Cavan
31 An Bonnan Bui, Blacklion, Blacklion, County Cavan, Ireland
Tel: +44(0) 7764300363
Offering guests a modern, comfortable ‘home away from home’ experience.
Blacklion House is the perfect location for touring Cavan, Fermanagh or Leitrim, a family or angling holiday or visiting Neven Maguire’s award winning MacNean House Restaurant which is only a short stroll away.
It includes 3 bedrooms and the ground floor consists of entrance hall, living room, well equipped kitchen/dining room, utility room and toilet. The living room has a television and fireplace with electric fire creating a relaxing ambience at the end of a busy day. The property also has wi-fi available.
On the first floor, guests will find the bedrooms including master with ensuite as well as a family sized bathroom with shower. The house sleeps 5 persons in total. Bed linen and towels are provided and the house is heated by gas fired central heating.
Outside in the back garden there is a shed offering lots of storage space for bicycles or angling equipment.
There are many walking trails nearby including Cavan Burren Park which offers four walking trails and 5,000 years of history. For the more energetic walker the Cuilcagh Mountain Way will prove a challenge. Claddagh Glen, Marlbank National Nature Reserve and the stunning Marble Arch Caves Geopark are located a short drive away.
Visit The Shannon Pot to see the source of the Shannon River before it becomes Ireland’s longest river and winds its way South Westwards to the sea.
Taking the N16 out of the village of Blacklion, younger members of the family will not feel left out as they discover the well equipped playground beside the Lough McNean Boat Park. For anglers, Lough McNean offers the prospect of a relaxing day spent fishing. For those interested in genealogy, the ‘Old Graveyard’ a short distance further along the N16, is a unique 12th Century Graveyard.
The Market House in the village is a visitor information centre which will assist with details of other activities, attractions and events which will help guests to enjoy their stay in Blacklion House.