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Cabra Castle: a must-see when visiting Ireland!

by John Geysen

July 01, 2016

1 minute read

Ireland’s Cabra Castle stands on 100 acres of gardens and parkland with delightful views over the Cavan countryside, famous for its beautiful lakes.  Formerly known as Cormey Castle, the history of the castle dates back to the pre-Cromwellian times of the 16th century.

The property was bought in the early 19th century by Colonel Joseph Pratt, who rebuilt it and renamed it Cabra Castle.  Its long legacy lends a mature, cultured air to the castle, which can be felt by strolling through the castle’s magnificent hallways and stairwells.

The rooms are outfitted to the highest standards with every comfort and modern facilities.The bar and restaurant offer beautiful views of the Ireland countryside famous for its lakes and fishing, as well as Dun an Ri Forest Park.

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