This handsome stone building, with an iconic bell and clock tower, was built in 1856 to shelter the castle’s coaches and horses. Now containing two spacious Cottages each sheltering up to 4 guests with views over the courtyard.
Beautiful period details shine in these luxurious Cottages. An exposed brick wall surrounds a crackling wood-burning stove in the spacious, open plan living/dining room. A well equipped kitchen allows you to prepare meals at a pace and a time to suit your particular holiday needs.
Wander off the patio and into a woodland park bustling with birds and wild flowers, then follow a hidden path to find yourself at the coast of Lough Erne. Peace and tranquility is here when you need it, so return to your guests and spread the word.
Downstairs: Sitting area, Kitchen and dining area, WC
Upstairs: Bedroom with double bed and en-suite, Bedroom with twin beds and en-suite
Situated on the northern tip of Upper Lough Erne, Belle Isle is a 400-acre estate spread over eight picturesque islands. Inhabited since the 12th century, the estate today offers a wide range of attractive self-catering accommodation to suit all tastes and budgets.
Belle Isle Estate is delighted to be a winner of TripAdvisor's 'Certificate of Excellence' since 2014 - to view our recent reviews please follow the link below.
3 cottages right next to the shore of Lough Erne, perfect for sleeping up to 6 guests.
8 beautifully restored Courtyard Apartments sleeping between 2 and 8 guests.
Our 2 lovingly restored Coach House self catering Cottages each sleep up to 4 guests.