Arva is a town in Co Cavan on the shores of Garty Lough and overlooked by Bruse Mountain. Located in the centre of the drumlin belt, it lies on the border of counties Longford and Leitrim and is famous as the town where the three provinces of Ulster, Leinster and Connacht meet, being located about 3km southeast of the tripoint. The 975 bus serves the town six times a day providing services to Longford via Drumlish and Cavan. Bus Eireann route 465 (Carrigallen-Killashandra-Cavan) serves the town on Tuesday. Amongst the local amenities are the Breffni Arms Hotel, which has a restaurant, bar and nightclub. The town also has several other pubs, a filling station, school, church, credit union, and a number of newsagents, pharmacies and banks.