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Glendurragh, Corlough, Cavan


   Bed & Breakfast   


Glendurragh House began life as an old farmhouse dating back to the 1920's. The stone was reused to form the round tower & the trees that were knocked were recycled to form the exposed timber work inside the home. The house draws compliments from locals & visitors alike.


Nestled at the foot of the Cuilcagh Mountains and in beautiful unspoiled West Cavan lies Glendurragh House B&B & luxury Self-Catered Apartment. Located in a quiet country boreen, yet only 15 minutes from Ballyconnell and Ballinamore, vibrant, busy towns. The peace and tranquillity are only interrupted by the birds singing and the occasional tractor.

Escape to the country and enjoy the Cavan hospitality.


Tony, Karen, Zoe & Niamh are the proud owners of Glendurragh House maintaining it with love.



Your personal getaway, a sanctuary uniquely designed to make your stay a memorable one. 

Deluxe King

        Ensuite with large corner bath

        Free Wifi 


                                                      From/  €45

Twin Room

        Ensuite with power shower

        Free Wifi 

        Garden View

                                                     From/  €45

Deluxe Double

        Ensuite with power shower

        Free Wifi 


                                                 From/  €45

Luxury Self Catered Apartment 

           Sleeps 4-6 - x1 King, x1 Double, x2 Put-up beds

           Ensuite with power shower

           Free Wifi 

          Garden View           Per Night/  






Full Irish/ vegetarian/ cereal breakfast included. 



Private gardens for you to explore with summerhouse over looking large fish pond.

Free Wifi


Free wifi available in all rooms





Tullyderrmott Falls


7km from Glendurragh House.

The falls occur in the upper reaches of the Claddagh River, a tributary of the Erne River, which flows eastwards from its source in the Cuilcagh Mountains towards Swanlinbar.

The Shannon Pot


21km from Glendurragh House. 

Legend has it that Síonnan, ,the daughter of Lodan (a son of the Celtic God of the Sea, Lír), came to the Shannon Pot in search of the great Salmon of Wisdom.

Cuilcagh Mountain Walk


23km from Glendurragh House.At 665 metres  (2188 feet) above sea level, Cuilcagh is the highest point and the only true mountain in this part of the island of Ireland.



31km from Glendurragh House.

Erneside Shopping Centre forms the dominent shopping centre in Enniskillen and serves the wider County Fermangh catchment area, including cross border counties.



Feehan's Pub, Corlough 2km

Reilly's Bar, Ballyconnell 13km

The Poor Scholar, Ballinamore 11km

Cullens Bar, Swanlinbar 10km



The Anglers Rest, Ballyconnell 13km


“The property was in a fabulous location and Karen and Tony couldn't have been more helpful. The room was perfect and breakfast was amazing. Karen went out her way to ensure her guests had everything they could possibly need. In how many other properties can you sit and watch red squirrels in the trees and hares running around outside while enjoying a perfect breakfast?”

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