Eonish Lodge in Killeshandra offers self-catering in a luxury bungalow. The self-catering bungalow has four bedrooms (Bedroom one with double or two singles; bedroom two with two singles; bedroom three with one single and bedroom four with a double bed), two bathrooms, two living rooms, kitchen and utility room. Facilities include dishwasher, microwave, washing machine and dryer. Bed linen is supplied. The property has oil fired central heating. There is a garage and bait/fishing tackle facilities are provided. Free boat supplied for baiting up (rowing boat).
This excellent and private bungalow offers excellent standards with private lake access to guests. The village of Killeshandra is three miles away with a good selection of shops. Local taxi service is available and if wished bicycle hire can be arranged on request.
LOW SEASON - Ferry & 7 nights self-catering
2 Cars and 6 - £269 per person; Car and 6 - £218 per person; Car and 4 - £289 per person; Car and 3 - £360 per person
Supplements apply to high cars and vans
Prices may be subject to change - please contact us direct for the latest deals
Fishing in Co Cavan
Co Cavan offers opportunities for excellent year round fishing in the major river systems and their associated lakes. Bream, hybrids, roach, rudd, tench are common in most waters. Popular centres include Ballyconnell, Belturbet, Cootehill, and Killeshandra. The River Erne and its main tributaries, the Shannon Erne Waterway and the Dromore/Annalee system dominate the middle of the county.
The River Erne System is the major water in this scenic county linking lots of lakes both large and small. Good access to many waters whilst there are still lakes that take some effort to access that are rarely fished. The River Erne will fish well in the cooler months where there is depth and flow.
The Shannon Erne Waterway flows north east to the western shore of Upper Lough Erne.
For the angler seeking large open waters with the promise of outstanding bags of bream and roach choose the large lakes such as Gowna, Oughter, Sillan, Upper Lough Erne and Lough McNean. For something more secluded you will find many smaller lakes and river stretches with plenty of fish. There is a water here to suit all tastes.
Wherever you fish in Ireland, the chances of catching fish are hugely improved by pre-baiting to attract fish into your chosen swim. Ideally this is done the evening before (or for a couple of days) using breadcrumb or local maize meal carrying particle baits such as sweetcorn, boiled wheat, hemp and pellets.