Walking Holidays



Castlehamilton,which is located beside Killykeen National Park, is recognised as one of the most beautiful locations in Ireland and offers walkers and those with a love of nature a scenic and peaceful environment in which to indulge their love of the great outdoors. There are numerous local walking trails in the forest for you to choose from as well as lots quiet country roads on which to walk around the Lake District of Ireland!  Guided hikes can be organised for you and your group, if this is convenient for you. Why not visit and check out our location for a walking break?  We can accommodate groups of up to 30 and there is the option of self catering, or Full Board.  Our games room, equipped with Pool Table, Table Tennis and Football game is available for your group to meet and enjoy the time after a hard days hike.

Walking Holiday-Packages

Accommodation: Prices starting from 35 euro per person per day
  • Flexible any day arrival
  • Option of Self Catering or Full Board
  • Guidance on walking routes in the region
  • Use of Games Room with Pool Table, Table Tennis and games



Please do not hesitate to contact us with any questions you might have and we look forward to welcoming you to Castlehamilton.  There is the option to mix cycling with walking, fishing, canoeing, horse riding or any other activity, so please contact us today and we will do our best to meet your requirements in collaboration with our local amenity providers.

The Cavan Walking Festival takes place in May each year, so please contact us to check availablilty of accommodation at this time.  Here is the Map of Cavan and the various walks that are available to you and your group during your visit.

Check out Cavan Sports Partnership Activities also


Killeshandra Lake and Forest Walk:

Castlehamilton is located on a National Looped walk of 6km, taking approx. 1 hour through forest tracks and lake shore paths.  Grade: Easy/Moderate
Terrain: Forest path.


The Cavan Way:

From Dowra to Blacklion past the Shannon Pot – the source of the Shannon – a place of rich folklore. Distance: 26km. Terrain: West Cavan Uplands.  A stunning walk through the uplands of West Cavan

Sean Eamon Ruairi Trail:

Glangevlin Distance: 7 km. Grade: Moderate. Terrain: Minor road and trackway. Start at St. Pat’s Hall in Glangevlin