Fermanagh Bed & Breakfast Ireland
4 B&Bs in Fermanagh, Ireland
Waterfront home on the shores of Lower Lough Erne near to Lusty Beg Island 3 miles from Kesh. We are an RYA Teaching Centre. We have our own private jetty and slipway for guests use as well as a small beach and Barbeque area. Guests welcome to bring their own Boat/Canoe/Jet ski. Water ski, Wakeboard, Fly fishing lessons available on site. We are ideally situated to enjoy both the Lakelands and Donegal.
Fortview B&B is a three star family-run farmhouse where you will enjoy a personal warm welcome with all the comforts of a real Irish home, sitting beside a glowing turf fire. Catherine, your host can help you trace your ancestors and arrange sporting activities from a game of golf to a gillie for fishing to make your stay memorable in Ireland. All rooms are sympathetically decorated and combine the comfort of modern living with the peacefulness of country living. Fortview farmhouse offers en-suite bedrooms and the breakfast to delight your taste buds where you can sample home baked Irish breads, organic free-range eggs and home reared meat.
Fermanagh is all about the lakes so why stay somewhere that doesn't offer lake access and views? Nestled on the shores of Lough Erne; Knockninny House offers both serviced B&B rooms and Self Catering accommodation. Choose from Lakeview Executive Rooms, Classic Double, Twin or Quad Rooms. Digital TV, Private Ensuites, Wi-Fi Broadband is available in selected areas around th
Arch House B&B in County Fermanagh is the perfect place to start your holiday in Northern Ireland. This family-owned Bed and Breakfast offers excellent accommodation, comfort and service to guests. Start your day with a delicious breakfast, Arch House is famous for it's Ulster Fry. Arch House B&B is located just 10 minutes drive from the charming town of Enniskillen. Anglers will enjoy an angling break at Arch House close to Lough Erne. Enjoy walking or hiking in Belmore, Cuilcagh, the B&B is the perfect haven for those who enjoy adventure holidays and outdoor pursuits. Belleek Pottery, prized throughout the world, is a drive of approximately 28 miles. The best pieces fetch up to 10,000 pounds sterling.