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Entire house hosted by Triona
10 guests5 bedrooms5 beds3 baths
Entire home
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Great location
95% of recent guests gave the location a 5-star rating.
Located in a gated development on the shores of Lough Sillan. The property has a host of amenities on its doorstep.

The space
The accommodation consists of a large open plan living space at ground level with a stove and well equipped kitchen. There are also two bedrooms and a large bathroom at ground level. Upstairs, there are two bedroom suites both with en-suite bathrooms. The main bedroom features a balcony overlooking the picturesque lake. At lake level there is another double bedroom. This level also hosts a second living space with pool table and darts board. There is plenty of outdoor space and a BBQ for guests to use.

Amenities

Waterfront
Kitchen
Wifi
Free parking on premises
Pets allowed
TV with standard cable
Washer
Dryer
Bathtub
Security cameras on property

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Shercock, County Cavan, Ireland

Please note, this is a community development with a number of full-time residents, who chose to live here because of the peace and tranquility. We ask all guests to respect this and keep noise to a minimum at all times.

Gated development with excellent facilities.

Local Amenities in Shercock:
Groceries – Duffys Shercock, Daybreak Shercock.
Butchers – O Reillys Shercock.
Fuel/Gas/Smokeless Coal – Sunnyside Service Station, Cirkle K Service Station.
Pubs – Byrne’s, O Mahony’s, MC’s Shercock.
Pharmacy - McEvoys.

Walking Tours Nearby:
Lough Muckno Adventure
Dun na Ri Forest Park
Senator Billy Fox Memorial Park
Castle Lough

Adventure Activities Nearby:
We have teamed up with a fantastic local water enthusiast, Ollie, who would be more than happy to bring his canoes and/or boat down to Lough Sillan to keep you entertained on the water for a few hours! Ollie also offers other options if you want to explore further outside of Lough Sillan. If you would like to find out more, please let us know.

- Irish Balloon Flights
- Mourne Shooting Ground
- Irish Country Quads
- Rally School Ireland
- A.W.O.L. Paintball & Activity Centre

Food & Drink:
Cavan’s passion for food runs deep. There is something for every taste in County Cavan.
Enjoying and tasting food in Cavan is pure indulgence - from meeting farmhouse foodies who invite you to taste their home made recipes to culinary experts that show you how to make the perfect boxty and of course to the corner tables of our world-renowned restaurants.

Enjoy excellent food and drink in a variety of ways – restaurants, bars, hotels, cafes, farmer's markets, specialist food shops, cheese makers, farmhouses, guesthouses and much much more.
Cavan is home to some of Ireland's finest chefs. Neven Maguire; Failte Ireland Food Champion, Gearoid Lynch from the multi-award winning Olde Post Inn and 3 Time Winner and former Judge/Mentor on BBC's Great British Menu, Richard Corrigan has a base at Virginia Park Lodge in Virginia.

Golf:
In Cavan a wise golfer is always prepared for the inevitable with a few extra balls.
It's almost a tradition for first-time visitors to blame the views for adding six shots to their card... And if your drives keep finding those ancient woods along our lush fairways... just blame the fairies.

Why all the excuses? Well our golf courses are gorgeously challenging. Amongst the various courses in Co. Cavan, are magnificent, mature 18 hole parkland courses of national renown, and charming 9 hole courses where every hole deserves to be played twice. So try to ignore the beautiful views and let us know how that goes for you.

Arts:
For three years running, Cavan played host to the All Ireland Fleadh Cheoil – the World's largest Irish music festival. Art Galleries and studios, culture centres, sculpture gardens, concerts, sessions, artist residencies and the County's calendar of exhibitions, lectures and cultural exchanges ensures a vibrant year round calendar of art and culture.

Cavan presents three drama festivals annually: Shercock, Cavan and Maudabawn, indeed many of the world's finest actors found their stage in County Cavan. Literature too and a love of the spoken and written word is evidenced as Cavan is home to award winning publishing houses, magazines and writers.

Horse Riding:
This part of Ireland is home to a fine equestrian tradition and many a horse-lover. With several well-established equestrian centres in Cavan we can say with confidence that we have the right horse for you and riders of any age or expertise.

Our kind horses really show off the county at a different pace, and allow you see certain views hidden from lowly walkers. Of course, it’s the fine horses themselves that are the greatest thrill.

From show-jumpers to hardy upland ponies, Cavan is a great place to unleash your inner equestrian.

And if you still haven't had enough of your saddle after a good day across our rugged country, Cavan is also home to the World's only saddle makers' museum... Some people around here are just horse-mad.

Walking:
Cavan is a walker's place. Here we have a great range of places to pace through.
Walk along the river and canal paths between towns with a flask of soup and a companion or three. Try gently rolling drumlins one day and upland blanket bogs the next. Enjoy the tranquility of forest walks in Kingscourt, Cavan, Virginia and Bailieborough.

Visit the Marble Arch Caves Geopark, accredited by UNESCO , a special place spanning the uplands of Cavan and Fermanagh. By foot, neolithic Ireland reveals itself quietly as you stroll along. In ancient woods you get a feeling for why our ancestors picked this place over others.Home to some of the most beautiful forest walks in the country, Cavan has ample choice for getting out and exploring the great outdoors. Or walk the Cavan Way from Dowra to Blacklion past the Shannon Pot – the source of the Shannon – a place of rich folklore.

Fishing:
Lough Sillan’s massive stock of fish means there is certainly something for everyone, whether by species or angling method. Access is relatively easy and similarly to 99% of Irish waters, the fishing is free and no licence is required.

Species: Hybrids, Roach, Bream, Tench, Perch and Pike.

Best Baits: Red Maggots, Casters, Corn and Worms. Groundbait is essential.

Popular Methods: Feeder Fishing, Straight bomb with Groundbait, Pole or Waggler.

Hosted by Triona

Joined in June 2017
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    • Shane
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      Things to know

      House rules
      Check-in: After 4:00 p.m.
      Checkout: 11:00 a.m.
      Self check-in with lockbox
      No smoking
      No parties or events
      Pets are allowed
      Health & safety
      Committed to Airbnb's enhanced cleaning process. Show more
      Airbnb's social-distancing and other COVID-19-related guidelines apply
      Security camera/recording device Show more
      Nearby lake, river, other body of water
      Heights without rails or protection
      Cancellation policy