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Hotels in County Cavan
County Cavan is one of the traditional counties of Ireland and is located within the province of Ulster. The county was named after the town of Cavan. County Cavan is one of three counties situated in the province of Ulster without being part of Northern Ireland.
Cabra Castle, a Norman-style castle, is located near the town of Kingscourt. The castle was originally called Cormey Castle and was a rebuilding of an earlier Cormey Castle which had been destroyed during the Cromwellian War. The castle has, in recent years, been restored and expanded and is now a four star hotel which is popular for weddings.
Marble Arch Caves are a major draw for visitors in Cavan and these show caves exhibit a wide range of classic cave features which are enjoyed by visitors by boat and on foot.
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. 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.