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Just returned from from the keepers. This is our eleventh year staying here,for our annual fishing holiday. As usual the whole experience was brilliant. From shiela's luvvly big breakfast which keeps your energy up all day while catching lots of fish, to the craic at...More
Decided to try some place new for Mother's Day lunch. Had heard of The Keepers Arms, but today was the first time to try it out. I honestly can not believe we have never been here before, we have sooooo been missing out! The hubby...More
I was passing through Bawnboy enroute to a funeral which I seem to be doing a lot of recently. Is it my age or theirs is the problem. A parent of a friend died and the funeral was local to Bawnboy.
We only stopped off...More
I stayed here on Saturday night with a couple of friends - we planned to climb nearby Cuilcagh Mountain.
Handily located for this and the Cavan Way, the Keepers Arms can add good food and welcoming, friendly service to its attractions. The rooms were warm...More
I've been here before but never reviewed so it's time I did. The Keepers Arms is a typical Irish pub with fabulous accommodation. But more than that Shiela and Brian who own it are the most helpful and accomdating people you will ever meet. Shiela's...More