Roebuck House is set in the heart of the Irish countryside. The entire area is a haven of unspoilt natural beauty.
Among the natural attractions is Lough Sheelin, a very beautiful lake hidden among the gently undulating hills.
It is ideal for fishing boating or for taking a stroll along it's picturesque shores.
There are also a number of Forest Parks, in Co. Cavan, which include Killykeen, near Cavan town, and Dún
na Rí, near Kingscourt.
Apart from the natural beauty of this area, there are also many monuments giving an insight to Ireland's exciting past,
from the Stone Age, through the Middle Ages and to the present day. To Truly understand this rich history, a visit to
Cavan's County Museum, in BallyJamesDuff, is a must. The Boyne Valley in County Meath, is also located close to
Roebuck House. This area was once the capital of Celtic Ireland, and has an abundance of Stone and Bronze Age monuments, including Newgrange, which is older than the
great pyramids of Egypt.