Ross House is a renowned equestrian centre with all the modern facilities you would expect.
You can stable your horse and school it on the sand outdoor arena or have your riding skills improved by the on-site instructors. Enjoy the 400 acres of farm trail. Make use of the huge indoor arena for competition training, show jumping or dressage, available throughout the year.
Ross House Equestrian Holidays provides excellent facilities, with an indoor arena measuring 40 x 60 m, and 50 x 60 m all weather sand arena with a 30 x 40 m warm-up arena beside that.
Additionally, there is 50 x 60 m grass arena for show jumping and 30 x 40 m sand Ménage for exercise.
For the Eventing and Cross Country riders, Ross House grounds have a five kilometers track with fences for novice to advanced comprising, water jumps, ditches, logs, brush fences and other obstacles.
Information_icon Note: For the time being this track is temporarily not available.
For those riders who wish to hack out, Ross is situated beside Lough Sheelin in beautiful countryside with miles of country lanes, forest tracks and shoreline paths.
Ross House Equestrian Holidays provides horse and ponies, with all the safety equipment, to hire for club events, trekking and lessons.
Ross House Equestrian Holidays, Mountnugent, Co. Cavan is AIRE and SJI Show Jumping Association Ireland approved.
Bed & Breakfast
Set in mature grounds on the shores of Lough Sheelin, Peter and Ulla's old manor house, Ross House is an ideal holiday retreat, located in Mountnugent, County Cavan.
The accommodation enjoys a very lovely location, situated on a 400 acre farm and offers a good standard of accommodation at a modest price.
At Ross House you will be spoiled with 6 spacious, comfortable double rooms all en-suite, centrally heated, telephone with direct lines, TV and tea making facilities. Four rooms offer the luxury of a fireplace, three the comfort of a conservatory. Additionally, you may choose our cosy apartment with private sitting room, bedroom and kitchen.
While enjoying Irish or continental breakfast you have a sweeping view from the dining room over the spacious fields, with old beech and oak trees to forests and the lake. You can also observe the activities in the training arena.
The bedrooms are continental in style and have telephone, TV and tea/coffee trays. Some have their own conservatories; three have fireplaces - help yourself to logs from the shed.
Children and pets are welcome.
Ellinor's cooking skills are renowned and she supplies packed lunches, sandwiches, high tea or a 4-course dinner.