Situated near the Fermanagh Border and overlooked by the Slieve Russell mountain is Ballyconnell, a town named after a Celtic Ford. Highly regarded for its coarse fishing, it has also won numerous National Tidy Town awards. Just outside the town is a replica of the Killycluggin Stone which was found here. Dating back to the Iron Age, this important stone contains Celtic motifs first found at La TŠne in Switzerland. The original is now on display in the National Museum.
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Brackley Lake, Ballyconnell, Co. Cavan
ODD is Irelands number one Outdoor Extreme Activity Centre with unique and exciting experiences. Enjoy the Hovercraft Grand-Prix, Rage Off-Road Buggy Rally, Woodland Laser Combat, Powerturn Dragster Karts and Clay Pigeon Shooting. Suitable for everyone
Ballyconnell, Co. Cavan
'Wildflower' organise cycling and walking holidays. Wildflower will arrange a fully packaged holiday for you or help you organise an independent trip. Wildflower can organise routes, places to stay, guided tours, airport and luggage transfers, cycle hir
Cranaghan, Ballyconnell, Co. Cavan
With an 18-hole championship golf course, a 20-metre pool and a luxurious spa, Slieve Russell Hotel is set within 300 acres of grounds. Guests can dine in 3 restaurants, enjoy 50 acres of lakes, or exercise in the modern gym.
Ballyhugh, Ballyconnell, H14 AV62, Co. Cavan
Set in 2 acres of landscaped gardens, Dungimmon House in Ballyconnell is a purpose-built 4-star country home with well-appointed rooms and free Wi-Fi in guest rooms and public areas.