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Cavan Stag Weekends


What a great idea to base your stag weekend in this rustic getaway in the northern midlands county of Cavan. With the wonderful contrast here between...

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quillity and adventure there is a great break to be had for all in your group. There are activities galore and beautiful scenic landscapes and natural features to be seen in the hinterland surrounding Cavan town and Lough Oughter. This county is known around Ireland as The Lake Country because there are a multitude of scenic and dramatic lakes from where one can appreciate the nature and the wildlife and also activity laden lakes from where there is a wide selection of water sports to take part in.


Culture:


Cavan has plenty of displays of local and Irish culture available. The Belturbet Railway Station is a wonderful example of fine restoration work and it has been restored to its 1885 glory after going through a period of dereliction. It houses a museum for the engineering and railway enthusiasts among your party. Corleggy Cheese farm is a place where you can go to see the fine cheeses and how they're made and even get some for yourself. The Marble Arch Caves are a fabulous example of millions of year old limestone caves and a window into the ancient past. A trip to the Cavan museum has some equally awe inspiring looks into bygone eras. Famous for: Saint Killian was from Cavan and was born and died in the 7th century when he was martyred while working as a missionary in Warzburg, Germany. The Lake Country is home to Lough Oughter and the vast cluster of smaller lakes around it and also to Lough Ramor and also the Shannon pot from where the River Shannon, Ireland's longest river rises. Cootehill, a town amongst the Drumlin Hills is a beautiful location which offers visitors a variety of indoor and outdoor activities and its surrounding woodlands are fine opportunity to experience the nature and wildlife of Ireland in an unspoilt and unaffected environment.


Travel:


Dublin International airport is serviced by many airlines and cities all over Europe and America. Belfast airport is also an option. By road Cavan is only 90 minutes from Dublin/Airport via the M50 and the M3. When at Kells you take the N3 and this will take you the rest of the way. Coming from Belfast/ Airport it is just 2 hours driving and you take the M1 + A1 until you reach Ballygawley and here you take the last exit on the roundabout onto the A5 south towards Monaghan.


Stag do ideas:


You cant holiday in Cavan without going out fishing on one of its beautiful lakes. Which one of the stags can show his best skills at this age old activity? And for the young at heart and action hungry group members a visit to the activity centre at Brackley Lake just outside Ballyconnell offers a tasty assortment of activities. For the speed demons among you the Rage Buggies or the Powerturn Dragsters will give them oodles of speed along with riotous antics the like of which they never seen before. The gang could go paintballing or equally exciting but less splattering laser quest. Clay pigeon shooting or archery are also here for those who fancy testing their aim as is hover crafting on the lake.


Nightlife:


There is plenty of life at the weekends in Cavan and your stag party will be sure to have places to go to keep those whistles wet and provide entertainment for all. The Imperial on Main Street is a smashing place to go to get great food, great service and a lively bar which is why it's always busy. McMahons also on Main Street while a convenient and tasty caf' by day becomes a vibrant evening time entertainment venue with live bands playing and DJ's also helping get people off their seats.


Overview:


Cavan is the most southerly county of Ulster and is an unspoilt and cultured region of Ireland with some of the most amazing scenery in Ireland. This county presents a lot of ideas for the consummate stag party with its unaffected countryside, woodlands and lakes, atmospheric pubs and bars and relaxed way of life. Hill walkers and lake lovers will be in heaven in this tranquil and relaxed county situated as it is right central to the Atlantic and the Irish Sea.


History:


Cavan has been inhabited for over 5000 years. Many people lived on Crannogs or artificial islands on the lakes in these ancient times. It wasn't until the 6th century that missionaries came and settled here that Christianity came to the region. The Irish Chieftains which ruled the people here in the Middle Ages managed to drive back invaders such as the Anglo-Normans. In the early 17th century English and Scottish planters settled here and built some fine houses, some still stand today. The town boomed with the growth of the linen industry and was at its peak right up until the famine. It became a largely rural town after this period (1841- 1846) which decimated its population through starvation and emigration.


Food:


For the indulgent foodies in your group and indeed for any culinary snobs that have come along a visit to Nevin McGuires McNean House in Blacklion is a prerequisite and it will be guaranteed to be a delight for any visitors with the delicious meals and delectable cuisine prepared there. The Oakrooms Restaurant as well as the Side Door are also very distinguished places to patronise with mouth-watering food at more reasonable rates.

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