Belle Isle Estate encompasses eight islands nestled together in the still Lough water.
The main island is host to Belle Isle Castle, the apartments, the cottages and the Cookery School. Its 435 acres vary between natural woodland, working farmland and spaces reserved for nature. Belle Isle has been designated a Special Area of Conservation and as stewards of this special land we take pride and care in its environmental upkeep. 'The Annals of Ulster', an ancient chronicle of medieval Ireland, was compiled on Belle Isle between AD 431 to AD 1489.
Follow the river Erne's path
past islands, under bridges,
into open space.
See all that Lough Erne has to offer…
We are proud to be a part of the rich history and stunning attractions in beautiful Co. Fermanagh
County Fermanagh offers a wealth of things to do and see including some of Ireland's finest natural wonders. Lough Erne is home to recreational and competitive water sports from canoeing to water skiing. Visit the world famous Marble Arch Cave Geopark or the three National Trust properties. You can find everything you need to know about Fermanagh on the Fermanagh Lakelands Tourism Website.
Belle Isle Estate is your perfect
base for your perfect
short break in Fermanagh.