The small picturesque village of Bawnboy is situated on the N87 at the foot of the Slieabh Rushen mountains.
It is located halfways between the towns of Cavan and Enniskillen and is approximately 2 hours from Belfast and Dublin.
Bawnboy is the epicentre of an area rich in heritage and culture, St Mogue's Island, Kildoagh Barn Church, the site of Crom Cruach, the Killycluggan Stone and numerous megalithic tombs are but a few of the sites in the surrounding area.
The village of Bawnboy is home of a Workhouse dating back to the Famine. Other places of interest in the area include Florence Court House, The Marble Arch Caves, The Shannon Erne Waterway, The Shannon Pot and the Ruins of an Augustinian Abbey at Drumlane.
If you want to visit an area of Ireland unspoilt in its natural beauty and famed for its rolling hills (Drumlins) and numerous lakes then Bawnboy with its top quality accommodation providers is the place to stay.
The village is 10 minutes from an 18 hole championship golf course and boasts various pubs and top quality restaurants nearby. The surrounding area with its unspoilt lakes and rivers is renowned for its world class angling.
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