Killykeen, Co. Cavan, Ireland - (Map) Phone : 087 257 7718Email : stephanie@limestone-lodge.com


About Limestone Lodge


Limestone Lodge House, Self Catering Accommodation, CavanLimestone Lodge is a luxurious 4 bedroom (sleeps 8) detached house which is set on its own fully secure private site among beautifully landscaped gardens. Limestone Lodge boasts two magnificent conservatories to catch the sun all day; all bedrooms are ensuite with showers, hand basin, w/c, a state of the art kitchen, wheel chair accessibility with one twin bedroom downstairs and a further three bedrooms upstairs. Wood burning stove, gas fired central heating, a massive 12mx6m rear paved terrace/barbecue area.

About Limestone Lodge House, Self Catering Accommodation, CavanSurrounded by picturesque farm land and lake views, this house and its location is for discerning people looking for peace and tranquility, whether its to sit back and relax and read a book or unwind with friends in front of a big log fire and remoniss.

For the more energetic, there are plenty of things to do such as – horse riding, fishing, golfing, canoeing aswell as plenty of fantastic places to visit in the local area. Have a look at our Things To Do / Places To Visit Pages to see whatever takes your fancy — Its your holiday!.

 

History of Limestone Lodge

 

Limestone Lodge History - Self Catering Accommodation, CavanLimestone Lodge was originally constructed circa 1850, around the famine era in Ireland using local Limestone and sandstone materials. This house has been lovingly and totally modernized and extended to embrace all the luxuries of modern day life yet still retaining the magnificent ambient and quality of workmanship of this by gone era.

Folklore says Cavan,well known as the lake county is said to have 365 lakes, one for every day of the year…well its not strictly true however its close enough!

The lane beside the house is known locally as ‘Cromwell’s Pass’, this dates back to Cromwellian times and nearby Lough Oughter Castle where Oliver Cromwell is reputed to have marched his armies on route to attack the Castle in 1653 and finally took control of it from the rebels of the day.