Ballinagh, Co. Cavan

Ballinagh (Irish: Beal Atha na nEach) is a village in County Cavan on the N55 midlands route. Translated from its Irish name we get "Mouth of the Ford of the Steed" from when Queen Meabh and her men travelled through long ago on their way to battle for the Brown Bull of Cooley. Home of the O'Reilly Clan. An ideal location for touring, walking and fishing as both Killykeen Forest Park and Lough Oughter are located nearby.

Gardens

Tullynally Castle & Gardens - Castlepollard County Westmeath
Tullynally Castle & Gardens
Castlepollard, Co. Westmeath
The extensive pleasure grounds at Tullynally Castle, home of the Pakenham family since the 17th century, have seen whole chapters of garden history unfold. The earliest incarnation of the garden was in the Baroque manner with cascades, canals and ...

Golf

Farnham Estate Golf Club - Cavan County Cavan Ireland
Farnham Estate Golf Club
Cavan, Co. Cavan
Course Type: Parkland
This stunning parkland course is spread over 500 acres of rolling countryside and dense woodland. The two nines are quite contrasting in nature. The gentle but challenging journey on the front nine explores the undulating meadows of this magnific ...

Self Catering

Clonabreany House - Self Catering Accommodation County Meath - Bedroom
Clonabreany House
Kells, Co. Meath
The cottages surround a large car-free courtyard, with ample parking at the back of the courtyard including a cosy private country bar and restaurant suitable for groups of up to 60 people. All cottages provide luxury and comfort with modern fac ...

What's On

Carnaross Local Food Market - Co Meath - Saturdays
Saturday 10am-3pm

Sheridans Cheese Mongers, Virginia Road Station, Carnaross, Co Meath (just outside Kells, northwest)

Kevin Sheridan Tel: 046 924 5110 www.sheridansc ...

Tourist Attractions

There is no featured tourist attraction in the area

Wedding Venues

Viewmount House - Longford County Longford Ireland - Wedding Venue
Viewmount House
Longford, Co. Longford
James and Beryl Kearney’s lovely 1750s Georgian house just on the edge of Longford town was once owned by Lord Longford, and is set in four acres of beautiful wooded gardens. It is a delightful house and has been sensitively restored with s ...
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