Set on 1900 acres of National Trust Parkland overlooking Upper Lough Erne, 4 miles from Newtownbutler, 7 miles from Lisnaskea lies this wing of a castle which features the charm of a castle whilst offering modern facilities, all rooms en-suite, free Wi-Fi and the option of catering and morning maid service. The owner lives in the main castle and the wing has a separate entrance and driveway, private gardens with a delightful terrace from the drawing room. There is a tennis court on site and a lake where boats can be hired from the National Trust Centre.
Shop. Pub. Restaurant 7 miles. Beach 50 miles. Lakeside 440 yards.
GF: w.c. FF: lounge, kitchen/diner, drawing room, utility room, double (ensuite, hand held shower over bath), twin (ensuite , hand held shower over bath), w.c. SF: double (ensuite, hand held shower over bath), double with single (ensuite , hand held shower over bath), two sets of twin beds (both ensuite , hand held shower over bath).
Electricity and oil central heating included, open fire (no fuel supplied), linen and towels included, No Smoking, aga style stove, sky, dvd player, freezer, microwave, w/machine, dryer, ipod docking station, internet access, partially enclosed garden, terrace, garden furniture, private off road parking, tennis. Sorry no pets. A 10% Deposit to secure this property is required
Enniskillen (18 miles), a lively island town and Fermanagh’s Capital, you will find the most interesting pubs and the best shops. There are also good local shops, and pubs, in Newtownbutler (4 miles) and Lisnaskea (7 miles).
This is an ideal location for fishing on Lough Erne where you can fish for trout, perch and Bream or Green Lake where you can fish for pike. Fishing permits can be obtained through the National Trust Visitors Centre as well as boats, and local ghilllie.
Enniskillen Golf Club is an 18 hole, park land course. Enniskillen Golf Club is an old course set in the grounds of Castle Coole, set amongst mature trees, many of which are over100 years old. Clubs and carts can be hired.
Marble Arch Caves are one of Europe’s finest show-caves allowing visitors to explore the magnificent Mesozoic limestone caves, natural underworld rivers, waterfalls, and winding passages, from a boat. In 2004 Marble Arch Caves and the nearby Cuilcagh Mountain Park were jointly recognized as a Unesco Global Geopark
Belleek Pottery is Ireland’s oldest pottery, famous for crafting the world’s most distinctive Parian China creations. One of Ireland’s top attractions the award winning Visitor Centre offers guided tours of the renowned company which has become a global icon for Irish design and crafts.
Devenish Island; one of the largest of 200 islands found in Lough Erne, and is the site of a ruined abbey, and a perfect 12th century round tower, the island can be reached by ferry.
Childrens Playground, Fishing, Bird watching, Walking – Easy, Tennis on site. Horse riding, Water sports, Surfing, Traditional Music 7 miles.