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Log Cabin 12027

Log Cabins To Rent, Belturbet County Cavan

  • Type: Log Cabin
  • Sleeps: 6 (3 Bedrooms)
  • Change Over Day: Flexible
  • Long term lets considered
  • Wheelchair access
  • Pets allowed
  • suitable for children
  • suitable for the elderly
  • Winter lets available

All our log cabins feature 3 bedrooms consisting of Doubles, Twins and Single bed rooms, they will sleep 5 people comfortably ( and a 6th person on a camp-bed). Kilcorby is 5km from Belturbet town, 4Km from BallyConnell town, both towns have fantastic restaurants and great pubs with Live music.

The Woodford River, part of the great Shannon-Erne Waterway, runs by Kilcorby's picturesque log cabins. The tranquil, rural setting is a blissful retreat from the pace of modern life.
As you look on the cruisers gliding by, listen to the whirr of an anglers reel or just drink in the peace of the place, you can plan your holiday itinerary in the sure knowledge that Kilcorby is perfectly placed to satisfy anyone, active or passive, who wants a different log cabin holiday experience.

The Scandinavian-style log cabins for rent are attractive, roomy, warm as the wood they are made from and fitted to the demanding standards you expect from modern, sophisticated holiday self catering accommodation.

Facilities include:

Games Room: Pool tables, football tables and table tennis. Also includes a sitting area with open log fire for guests.
Gymnasium,Hot Tub, Saunas, Steam Room open from October to March.
Outdoor Tennis Courts
Laundry Room
Bicycles for Hire
Boats for Hire

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The Cavan Region

For Golfers
Slieve Russell's magnificent 18 hole golf course in Ballyconnell is only 5 minutes drive from Kilcorby. There is also a 9 hole par 3 golf course and a driving range at the same venue. Cavan has a magnificient selection of courses, for example Cavan town, Enniskillen and Belturbett. We have special rates for Golf Societies at Kilcorby Log Cabins. For more information on golfing in Cavan see Golf Europe - Cavan Golf Clubs

For Anglers
West Cavan has been a mecca for anglers over many years. A natural environment means natural, wild fish, including bream, roach, tench, perch, eel, hybrids and pike. These species abound in the lakes, rivers and, of course, in The Woodford river which runs below the cabins. Deep Sea Angling can be arranged. (90 minutes drive).

Water Sports
Pleasure cruising is available at Enniskillen. Water buses at Ballinamore, Enniskillen and Keshcarrigan. Canoeists can explore the Woodford river, boats and engines are also available for hire from the jetty at Kilcorby.

Walking Wonderland
Enjoy the many lovely walks in the area, including Killykeen Forest Park, Brackley Lake Walk, Shannon Pot Walk to the source of the Shannon, the magnificent Cavan Way and Leitrim Way trails, the Cladagh Glen Walk and the forest trails at Florence Court and Lough Navar Forest.

Nature's Garden
The many lakes and waterways, the tree-clad drumlin hills and the pure air, endows the Kilcorby area with a rich natural environment where wild flora and fauna flourish. Equestrian enthusiasts can ride through the beautiful West Cavan countryside from stables at Redhills and Ballinamore.

Food and Fun
Excellent restaurants will satisfy your palate while friendly pubs with great music sessions will keep you enchanted and entertained deep into the evening. Enniskillen has a superb lakeside theatre and Cavan has a cinema complex. For more information on eating out see the Guide to Eating out in Cavan.

What To See
Touring is a pleasure in West Cavan and its hinterland with beautiful scenery at every turn in the road. Visit Ballyhugh Art and cultural Centre, Ballyconnell; St. Ferthlimidh's Cathedral at Kilmore, with it's remarkable Hiberno-Romanesque doorway; Drumlane Church and Round Tower at Miltown; the Dolmen by lough Scur near Keshcarrigan; the Cavan Crystal works in Cavan Town; the magnificent Florence Court House and Gardens, nearby Marble Arch Caves and the Ulster American Folk Park near Omagh.

These and many more points of historic interest together with the scenery and the warmth of the people will make your holiday at Kilcorby a memorable one.


Belturbet Area

A market town on the east bank of the River Erne, midway between the waters of Lough Oughter and Upper Lough Erne, Belturbet is an ideal coarse fishing centre. A two-hour river cruise is available during summer months. Seven miles (11 km) west of Belturbet near the Fermanagh border is a well-known coarse fishing centre, Ballyconnell. According to tradition, it is named after Conal Cearnach, a first-century hero of the Red Branch Knights, who was killed here by the men of Connacht in revenge for the slaying of their king. Above the village rises Slieve Russell (1331 feet), providing extensive views.
Belturbet lies at one of the best places for crossing the River Erne. When the Anglo-Normans tried to conquer Cavan in the early thirteenth century, they built a small fort on Turbot Island. This is near the present-day bridge at Belturbet and in recent years a small park has been developed on the island. The fort was probably made of wood and it hasn’t survived, though the steep mound of earth where it was built is still to be seen. In the 17th century Belturbet was developed by Stephen Butler, a planter from England. It was an important trading centre, and it also had a garrison. Much of the original fortifications are in good repair. The town retains much of its original lay-out, with the main street leading to the square or ‘diamond’ with all of the town’s important buildings. The parish church dominates the sky-line; some of it dates from the early 17th century, and it was one of the first Anglican churches built in Ireland.

Places of Interest
Turbet Ireland Natural Park with Motte and Bailey Ruins of Augustinian Abbey at Drumlane, Milltown Corleggy Cheese Farm and Craft Shop Antique Shops in Belturbet & Cloverhill Lifeforce Mill, Cavan. Restored Mill & Bakery Belturbet Railway Station Restoration project Killykeen Forest Park, Fishing & Picnic Centre Trinity Abbey, Ancient Island Monastic Settlement Lough Oughter Castle, 11th Century Fortress Lord Kilbracken's Killegar Estate with Glass House and Kilnemar Lakes Cavan Crystal Factory Shop & Tour Florencecourt House and Gardens Crom Castle - Home of Lord Erne Marble Arch Caves Pig House Museum at Cornafaen Devenish Island on Lougn Erne Derragarra Inn Museum, Butlersbridge Beautiful Rehills Village location of 'The Playboys' Film Drumcoura City, Equestrian Centre and Bar, Ballinamore Entertainment Locally: 16 Friendly Pubs, Bars and Lounges Traditional Music most nights.


Getting There

Travelling from Dublin to Cavan you should follow the main route which is DUBLIN -> NAVAN -> KELLS -> VIRGINIA -> CAVAN.
Just before Cavan Town there is a roundabout, turn right for Enniskillen and Ballyshannon. Follow this road into Belturbet Town, outside the town take another right at the roundabout and Kilcorby Log Cabins is signposted 1.5 miles up that road on the left hand side. For complete driving directions and route planning why not see the AA Ireland website: The AA Ireland - Route Planner

Suitable types of Holiday Belturbet

  • Fishing
  • Golf course is on site or within 15mins walk
  • Golf Course
  • Horse riding
  • Tennis courts
  • Watersports
  • Swimming
  • Walking
  • Waterskiing
  • Hill Walking


Exterior Facilities in Log Cabins To Rent, Belturbet County Cavan

  • Balcony/Terrace
  • BBQ
  • Bicycles available
  • Parking space
  • Private garden
  • Secure parking
  • Shared Tennis court


Each cabin has its own veranda, patio and barbecue

Outdoor Tennis Courts: Racquets available for hire from reception
Laundry Room: Washing Machines and Dryers.
Games Room ,Pool Tables ,Table Tennis.
Bicycles for Hire : Book in advance.

Boats for Hire: 17Ft & 24Ft Boats + engines, Oars + Lifejackets for hire


Rental Details

Company block bookings of all 10 cabins plus use of games room for events and use of kitchen facility €4500 per weekend.


Facilities in Log Cabins To Rent, Belturbet County Cavan

  • Central heating
  • Cooker
  • Fridge
  • Gym
  • Kettle
  • Linen provided
  • Microwave
  • Sauna
  • Television
  • Toaster
  • Towels provided

Each cabin sleeps 5-6 and comprises of:
1 Double Bedroom.
1 Twin Bedroom.
1 Single Bedroom (camp bed provided for the 6th person).
Bed linen is supplied (except for the camp bed).
Bathroom with shower, separate toilet.
Fully fitted kitchen/dining area with microwave. Lounge with TV.
Electric heating through out.


Bedrooms / Bathrooms
  • Bedrooms (3)


Sleeps a Maximum of 6 people:




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