Lakeside Cottages Drumcong are situated in the heart of the picturesque north west of Ireland, on the banks of Lough Scur . There are few places as tranquil and rich in natural beauty as you would find here at the foot of the Iron Mountains . Our small complex of luxury cottages has been developed with care and attention to detail to create an ideal getaway from the fast pace of modern life. There are plenty of amenities in the surrounding localities to occupy even the most adventurous of those among us or if you prefer just kick back, enjoy the scenery and do nothing. Come and stay, and find out for yourself why people always come back.
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Drumcong is a small village on the banks of Lough Scur. At it's center, is St Brigid's Church, a 19th century barn church which is beautifully restored and is still very much in use today. The Lakeside Tavern is just a short walk from the cottages if you fancy a nice pint and a game of pool at the end of the day, there is often live music in the evenings.
Just across the lake from the Lakeside Cottages, Keshcarrigan is an area steeped in legend. Here you will find a dock for cruising craft on the Shannon Erne Waterway, lively pubs, traditional music and great fishing.
This picturesque village sits in the shadow of Sliabh an Iarainn and the Arigna Mountains. A place of real beauty, it sits on Lough Allen and is a great place to drop a line and do some fishing. The town is famous for traditional music, as is a lot of Letrim, where the tradition runs deep. Here you will find the Lough Allen Hotel with it's welcoming bar, wonderful restaurant and relaxing spa facilities. There are a number of walking and cycling trails in this area and so a good place to rest after a stroll in the mountains. Why not take your children to Acres Lake, where they'll have hours of fun at the adventure playground, outdoor heated swimming pool, tennis courts and marina. They'll never want to leave!
As the name suggests, Carrick on Shannon sits right on the river Shannon. This thriving center is known locally as the cruising capital of the Shannon. It boasts a beautiful modern marina and is also the most northerly hire point on the river. Carrick has a wealth of historical interests, a great selection of restaurants and plenty of pubs with music and fun for all. If you want to get in a spot of shopping you might drop in on the Letrim Design House or the Market Yard Centre. Carrick is a great town and well worth a visit.