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County Cavan Hostels

Lakeside Hostel

Cavan’s meandering rivers, streams and tree-lined lakes provide the visitor with excellent opportunities for fishing, cruising and swimming. The county is said to have 365 lakes - one for each day of the year. The Shannon-Erne Waterway links the two rivers, which spring from the barren Cuilcagh Mountains in Cavan’s north-west. The mystical source of the Shannon, known as the 'Shannon Pot', is just a few miles north of Dowra, on the Cavan Way....

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County Cavan Hostels

Lakeside Hostel


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Coarse angling remains one of Cavan's most popular attractions, but there is also game fishing for brown trout in Lough Sheelin to the south. Cavan is an ideal area for a quiet break or a family holiday. Cavan was the only medieval town in Ireland founded by the Irish themselves, and its narrow streets still follow the same pattern that was set down seven centuries ago. With spectacular scenery, championship golf courses, walks, cycle routes, museums, heritage and cultural centres, excellent angling, sparkling lakes, cruising and many activities, County Cavan is a popular destination.

 

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