Beaghy Lough Lake - 4 Things to Know Before Visiting
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About Beaghy Lough Lake
Beaghy Lough is a lake and is located in An Cabhán, Ulster, Ireland. It is situated in Drumhirk, west of Carfad LoughThe estimate terrain elevation above seal level is 108 metres. This could be one of the best fishing or outdoors adventure locations in the regions of Americas/Western Europe.
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Finn MacCool's Fingers
8.2km from Beaghy Lough Lake
Finn McCools Fingers are a set of five standing stones on Shantemon mountain in County Cavan. The name is derived from the story that giant Celtic warrior Fionn mac Cumhaill lost a hand in battle. The stones are arranged in a south-east/north-west orientation.
Cavan County Museum
9.72km from Beaghy Lough Lake
Cavan County Museum is a museum dedicated to the history of County Cavan. The museum is housed in the former Convent of St Clare in Ballyjamesduff. The museum was established to collect, conserve and display the material heritage and culture of County Cavan, over its 6000-year history, for the benefit of the people.
Cathedral of Saints Patrick & Felim, Cavan
9.8km from Beaghy Lough Lake
The historic and spectacular Cathedral of Saint Patrick and Saint Felim is the most dominant building in Cavan Town. It is the seat of the Bishop of Kilmore, and the mother church of the Roman Catholic Diocese of Kilmore. It was built in the years 1938 to 1942 and was one of the last huge Roman catholic cathedrals in neo classical style.
Upper Lough Skeagh
14.45km from Beaghy Lough Lake
Upper Lough Skeagh is a freshwater lake in the northeast of Ireland. It is located in County Cavan in the catchment of the River Boyne. It measures about 2 km long north–south and 0.5 km wide. It is located about 7 km northwest of Bailieborough. It is one of the iconic attraction in this area and also a good picnic location too.
15.76km from Beaghy Lough Lake
A 26 km gentle linear walking route that progresses from the village of Dowra northwards by country paths and quiet roads to reach the magical Shannon Pot, where the great river rises. The terrain consists of mainly quiet roads, paths beside the infant Shannon and open moorland. There are options for overnight accommodation at both ends of the route, but public transport possibilities are only fair.
Discover More Attractions in County Cavan, Home of Beaghy Lough Lake
County Cavan is a county in Ireland. It is in the province of Ulster and is part of the Border Region. Cavan is known as 'The Lakeland County' and is reputed to contain 365 lakes. The county contains forests such as Bellamont Forest near Cootehill, Killykeen Forest Park at Lough Oughter.