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The Cottage Belcoo


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14 Railway Street, Belcoo East, Belcoo, Enniskillen, Co Fermanagh, BT93 5FJ
The Cottage Belcoo


Freshly renovated beautiful 2 bedroom cottage in the village of Belcoo just 15 minutes from Enniskillen. The Cottage has a private garden and decking area with a view of the mountains.

The property has all the charm of a traditional style cottage but with a fresh chic interior and all the comforts and modern facilities you would expect from a high quality holiday let.

Belcoo, on the shores of Lough MacNean, is surrounded with the stunning landscape of the Marble Arch Caves Global Geopark, including Cuilcagh Mountain. This is a peaceful but popular village with all necessary conveniences on hand.

A perfect escape, and for exploring the west of Ireland: Fermanagh, Leitrim, Donegal, Sligo & Cavan. Just a walk to Neven Maguire's restaurant.

Two National Trust properties are close on hand - both 'Florencecourt' and 'Castlecoole' offering many walking and cycling opportunities. Enjoy forest walks, biking, horse riding, watersports, sailing etc. in the surrounding countryside. Make the most of our amazing Fermanagh Lakes with the hire of a day boat. The famous Marble Arch Caves & Geopark are just a few minutes away. As is Cuilcagh Mountain Walk - a spectacular 'must do'! The Donegal coast is just 30 minutes away. Or explore the lands of poet W.B. Yeats in Sligo, within a beautiful 40 minute drive. There is much beauty to be found in this area.

The Cottage Belcoo is a perfect location for discovering the best of the West. Welcome pack included for all bookings.

Smart TV
Sitting room
2 double bedrooms
Bathroom with shower and bath
Kitchen/dining area
Ironing facilities
Washing machine
Private garden
Decking area
Free wifi

Open All Year Round.

Weeknights £90
Friday & Saturday nights £100
Full Week £495
Minimum 2 night stay.


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