Cavan County Museum
Located in a superb nineteenth Century building at Virginia Road, Ballyjamesduff, the Museum houses the material culture of Cavan and surrounding districts. Exhibition galleries feature unique Stone Age, Bronze Age, Iron Age and Medieval artefacts. Interesting displays include the pre-Christian Killycluggin Stone and Corleck Head, the 1,000 year old Lough Errol Canoe, eighteenth Century Cavan Mace and Lavey Sheela na Gigs. The GAA Gallery was recently opened.

Killinkere Visitors Farm
Situated in Lisnagirl, Killinkere halfway between Virginia and Bailieborough in Co Cavan. Sometimes referred to as a Pet Farm or an Open Farm. It is both of these things and much more. It is a real Working Farm in the traditional way, that is small mixed farming including the animals that would have been farmed and used in the area for hundreds of years. Killinkere Visitor & Pet Farm also grows crops such as Oats, Potatoes, Flax and all sorts of vegetables to make Killinkere Visitor & Pet Farm more interesting. Killinkere Visitor & Pet Farm keep about 20 other species of animals not normally found on a small farm such as Llamas, Miniature Horses, Chin Chulas, Guinea Pigs, Deer, Rare Birds and Fowl.If you are looking for a fun day out for your family, group or club then Killinkere Visitor & Pet Farm is number 1 for fun, interaction with farm animals and activites such as nature walks, heritage trail, pony rides, tractor tralier rides and hands on farming fun

Lifeforce Mill - Millrock
A beautifully restored, fully working flourmill powered by Ireland's oldest waterturbine, Macadam 1846. A tour of the mill begins with each visitor making and baking his or her own loaf of brown bread which is baked while the tour takes place. All the original equipment is still used to produce Lifeforce stoneground wholemeal flour. After the tour you will return to the impressive stone coffee shop to collect your bread, hot out of the oven! The mill is open to visitors from May to September and at other times for groups by appointment

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The Cottage

This charming country cottage is located one mile from the town of Bailieborough and one hours drive from Dublin. Furnished to a high specification with an open fire and outside a lovely patio area and large garden with stream running through - a true haven of peace and tranquility surrounded by beautiful countryside.
Ample parking Fishing ½ mile from cottage. Beautiful walks near by.
 Lounge/diner, kitchen/diner, 2 double bedrooms, 1 with en-suite shower room, 1 twin, bathroom with shower over bath. Cosy lounge with open fire (antique stove), linen and towels included, travel cot, satellite TV, dvd player, radio, a good selection of DVD’s, books and board games,  fridge/freezer, microwave, washing machine, hairdryer, partially enclosed garden, patio area, garden furniture, bbq, locked shed available for storage and fridge for fishermen to store bait,  private off road parking, security alarm. One small pet welcome. No Smoking.

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Tarriff Week Weekend
January/February/March 250.00 (287.00 euros) 215.00 (247.00 euros)
April/May 280.00 (322.00 euros) 246.00 (282.00 euros)
June 320.00 (368.00 euros) Non Available
July/August 390.00 (440.00 euros) Non Availabe
September 300.00 (345.00 euros) Non Available
October 270.00 (310.00 euros) 244.00 (280.00 euros)
November/December 250.00 (287.00 euros) 215.00 (247.00 euros)

For further information please contact Celia Nubel Tel 0044 (0) 1279 503 250
Fax 0044 (0) 1279 659 133 Mobile 0044 (0) 7826 292 075 or email