Cabu Cabins: A Unique Lakeside Retreat In Cavan That’ll Immerse You In Nature

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There’s been a hefty buzz around the newly opened Cabu Cabins in Cavan over the last couple of months.

After you have a flick through the article below, you’ll understand why (it’s some of the most unique accommodation in Ireland, to be fair).

Set within the woods on the lakes of Lough Oughter in County Cavan, these log cabins and lake houses offer an incredibly picturesque getaway for couples and families, with plenty of outdoor activities on their doorstep.

Welcome to Cabu Cabins in Cavin

Photos of Cabu By The Lakes
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Cabu By The Lakes is a beautiful 100-acre property set within the magnificent Killykeen Forest Park in Cavan.

They offer an incredible 28 cabins across the property with access to woodland walks, fishing on the private jetty and nearby trails for cycling.

There’s also a variety of incredible amenities available such as a lifestyle shop, an al fresco dining space and The Cabin Club, where you’ll be served up delicious grill and wood-fired pizzas.

A variety of stunning rustic cabins to choose from

Photos of Cabu by the lakes
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The sleeping options at Cabu Cabins in Cavan are endless with plenty of beautifully designed cabins and lake houses to suit your holiday needs.

The one-bedroom log cabins are perfect for a romantic nature getaway for two. While the two-bedroom lake houses are great for families or a group of friends.

There are also a few family-sized boathouses that can sleep up to six people with direct access to the lake. They are all impeccably designed and styled, staying true to the natural surroundings with pine finishes, earthy tones and rustic touches.

Spa treatments and drinks

Photo of sink
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If you thought that Cabu Cabins couldn’t get any better, there’s also a relaxing spa experience on the property known as The Retreat.

The treatments are based on ancient Japanese practices with an outdoor hot tub and sauna for the ultimate peaceful escape.

On top of that, there’s a bar on-site (The Explorer’s Bar) where you can kick back with a selection of craft beer and creative cocktails.

There’s really no need to leave the property on your stay with everything you could possibly need from a nature escape nearby.

Different cabin types

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The property offers a variety of cabins and lake houses to suit your accommodation needs such as:

  • One-bedroom traditional log cabins and more contemporary loft cabins
  • Two-bedroom lake cabins
  • Three-bedroom boathouses

There’s also an incredible array of amenities to use during your stay to round out one of the best nature retreats in Ireland.

You can expect to have access to:

  • The Cabu Corner lifestyle and grocery shop
  • The Sitooterie al fresco dining space
  • The Cabin Club café and restaurant
  • The Explorers Bar serving from midday to late
  • A private jetty for fishing and boating
  • Bicycles available for exploring the property
  • Free parking on site
  • Outdoor fire pit and BBQ area
  • Log burning fires inside the cabins
  • Cosy lounge and dining areas
  • Self-catering kitchens
  • En-suite bathrooms

How much a night will set you back

Aerial photo of the Cabu
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This place is slightly pricey but it’s definitely worth it for the incredibly unique cabins and luxury amenities on-site.

The prices are different depending on the type of cabin you choose. They also have different minimum stay requirements depending on the time of year which might make it difficult for some people.

So, I put two nights for two people sharing a log cabin and here’s how much it worked out at:

  • Total price: €482
  • Per person: €241
  • Per person per night: €120.50

More unique lakeside accommodation in Ireland

Killyhevlin Lakeside Hotel & Lodges
Photos via Killyhevlin Lakeside Lodges

If you fancy kicking back by a lake, places like Killhevlin Lakeside Lodges are a solid shout. Or, hop into our guide to the most unique lakeside Airbnbs in Ireland for more inspo.

Elisha is an Australian freelance writer, content creator and blogger, having written for Lonely Planet, Remote Lands and Matador Network. You’ll usually find her travelling in offbeat places or hiking wherever there are mountains; always with a camera in hand.

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