Ballyconnell is in County Cavan, Ireland and has been in existence since 1688. The town is situated on the Shannon Erne Waterway. This waterway is used by power boaters and canoers and runs between Leitrim, Cavan, and Fermanagh. Ballyconnell lies at the bottom of steep pine and peat covered slopes making up Slieve Rushen. Many visitors choose to stay in budget hotels in Ballyconnell during fishing vacations because this area offers anglers a fishing paradise of lakes and rivers. There is also a resort with an 18-hole world class golf course with emerald colored greens set amid area lakes.
You can reach all the in-town attractions from cheap hotels in Ballyconnell. Right outside town are hillside wind turbines. Tourists enjoy visiting the wind farm to get a stunning bird's eye view of the town and surrounding area. Close to Ballyconnell are the Marble Arch Caves at Cuilcagh Mountain Park. The caves have a subterranean river complete with waterfalls. Guides take visitors on boat rides on the river through a number of caverns.
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