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Crover House is an award winning Four star Hotel that was built in the 18th Century and is nestled in the most beautiful Irish country-side in County Cavan. 
Set in peaceful and idyllic surroundings on the shores of Lough Sheelin and conveniently located only a stone’s throw away from
Dublin and border counties is the perfect destination for your wedding day celebrations.
This Georgian Manor House, resting majestically on the private shores of Lough Sheelin, emanates elegance and class
with breathtaking views of the historic lake and 41 acres of meticulously landscaped grounds.
The House provides an intimate and tranquil setting for romantic getaway's, weddings, golfing, fishing and much more.
First constructed in 1759 by the Maxwell Family, one of the largest landowners in Ireland, Crover House has a fascinating history. 
Serving as a Country Estate to prestigious Reverends, Lords, Barons and Colonels until 1957 when Crover House opened it's doors as a hotel.

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Our History

Crover House has a fascinating history that dates back to the mid-1700's. The lands on which Crover House was first built by the Maxwell family was formerly owned by the O’Rahilly Clan of Breffne.

  • 1759 The first part of Crover House was constructed in 1759 by Reverend James Henry Maxwell, Dean of Kilmore. He later became the Bishop of Meath.
  • 1867 It has been suggested that the present Crover House was built in 1867 by Henry Maxwell, seventh Baron Farnham, whose wife was Anna Frances, daughter of Lord Le Despencer.

The Maxwell family (and in particular the head of the family, Lord Farnham) were the biggest landowners and political power brokers in Cavan. In fact, they were one of the largest landowners in Ireland.

The house consisted of eight bedrooms and three bathrooms upstairs, two stairways (so that the servants did not have to meet the occupants), a kitchen, sitting room and downstairs bathroom, along with a drawing room.  The outbuildings consisted of a stable, piggery and barn, together with cow and potato sheds. By the nineteenth century, the Maxwells owned 28,000 acres of land in Cavan.

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44 En-Suite Bedrooms

Romantic Reception Rooms Catering for Small Intimate Wedding Parties or up to 320 Wedding Guests

Golf and Fishing within the Grounds of Crover House, Co. Cavan.