The Beeches, Cootehill, County CavanCootehill is a town, built during the great Georgian era of urban development. It derives its name from the marriage of Thomas Coote, a colonel in the Cromwellian forces. Anglers arriving in town for the first time will certainly have passed by enough waters to keep them busy for a week.
The Beeches is a modern dormer bungalow situated on the Shercock road, close to the River Annalee, Dromore River and many excellent fishing lakes, yet only a five minute stroll into the town centre. There are three ensuite bedrooms and a standard room, each with a TV. A warm welcome and good home cooking awaits all of our guests.
Sport is excellent with a variety of vast loughs, small lakes and many miles of rivers that will test whatever skills you have brought along. Over the past 40 years of fishing activity the quarry has increased dramatically from the traditional perch, rudd, bream and pike. Nowadays the waters are brimming with shoulder-to-shoulder fish that now include hard fighting hybrids, masses of roach and increasing numbers of tench.