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Marble Arch Caves Global Geopark get ready for 2012 season.

Show caves ready for influx of tourists after painstaking preparation

As the Marble Arch Caves Global Geopark prepares to officially open to the public again on St.Patrick’s Day next week, The Impartial Reporter took a ‘behind the scenes’ look at the work staff undertake to ensure Fermanagh’s underground attraction is ready for the new season.

Staff at the famous Fermanagh caves are looking forward to a busy season, with a German tour company already arranging to visit the attraction on a regular basis, bringing in excess of 5,000 to 6,000 German tourists to the area alone this year.READ MORE ….Marble Arch Caves Global Geopark

Marble Arch Caves Geo Park, Co. Fermanagh, great place to visit…kids of all ages love the caves but there are also beautiful walks in the park, Florence Court House is just down the road so is The Shannon Pot and Neven Mcguire’s famous restaurant in Blacklion. And if you are looking for accommodation Lake Avenue House B&B is the perfect place to stay……

 

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Lake Avenue House B&B-Accommodation in Cavan

Lake Avenue House B&B and Self Catering in Co. Cavan

With its unique landscape of rolling hills, lakes, heritage and unspoilted country side, Cavan is a county that is just waiting to be discovered. Why don’t you come along and stay for a while, we will be waiting for you………. 

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Winter Gardens 2011, Cavan, Ireland

Winter Gardens 2011, Cavan, Ireland 

Even though the days are getting colder, wetter and darker there is still lots of colour to be found in our garden at Lake Avenue House B&B. Below are just some of the plants and shrubs that shine at this time of the year.

2011 Cavan Fleadh Cheoil

2011 Cavan Fleadh Cheoil 

All the family had a ball at the 2011 Cavan Fleadh Cheoil , great crowds and beautiful music on the streets of Cavan. Really impressed with all the young kids playing such good music. And guess what Cavan will host the 2012 Fleadh Cheoil-third year in a row-looking forward to it already. Here are some images from the 2011 Fleadh Cheoil more pictures can be found on Lake Avenue House’s face book page

St. Mogue’s Burial Place-Rossinver, Co. Leitrim

St. Mogue’s Burial Place-Rossinver, Co. Leitrim 

We had a guest staying at Lake Avenue House B&B who had an interest in St. Mogue, after a visit to St. Mogue’s Island on Templeport Lake he visited St. Mogue’s burial place in Rossinver, Co. Leitrim below are some picture he took and sent back to us.

Templeport-St. Mogue’s Island Book

Templeport-St. Mogues Island Book is now on sale at Lake Avenue House B&B, local shops in Bawnboy and Ballyconnell or enquires can be made through www.templeport.ie books are €12.00 each (postage and packaging may apply)

2011 Annual Boat Trip To St. Mogue’s Island

2011 Annual Boat Trip To St. Mogue’s Island

A lovely day was had at the St. Mogue’s annual boat trip. All the usual day trippers were there as well as plenty of new faces. The trip in previous years had proved to be very popular however this year its popularity was brought to a new level. Queues reached right back to the fences, and each boat that set sail was full to the brim. It’s not usually this busy, believe me, I have been going for several years now. However this year was different, the new boat house that had just after been finished was opening and the official launch of a new book on St. Mogue and the Island was being launched. Several speeches were made and prayers were said by candidates of Catholic, Buddhist and the Church of Ireland communities. All this was followed by the official opening, where Johnny Mc Keirnan, special Olympic gold medalist cut the ribbon.

The boats then began ferrying people out to the Island where prayers were said at the graves of loved ones and St. Mogues clay, thought to have special protecting powers, was scraped out of the ruins of the church that St. Mogue had built all those years ago.                                                                                                                                                                                                                         As we crossed back over to the boat house we saw just how many people had turned out for the day. The queues had gotten even larger and cars were still coming down the lane.

All in All a good day was had by everyone

~to see more pictures of the day please follow the link to Lake Avenue House  facebook page

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