A rustic stone structure encircles an open Courtyard. The beating heart of any Country Manor.
An intimate community of holiday apartments, housed in a delicately converted listed building, the courtyard is a tantalising first glimpse of the former workings of Belle Isle Estate. A series of welcoming sage-painted doors have replaced the ancient working fixtures while preserving the irreplaceable texture of history. Eight spacious self catering apartments mean that this square is once again alive with travellers.
A stone building stands proudly
at the courtyard's gateway.
Its keystone reads: 1856.
Let's explore the Coach House Apartments…
The Coach House contains Belle Isle's most homely apartments.
Spread over two floors, each carefully restored space allows the visitor to relax and recharge in style. The living room is warmed by a wood burning stove, stocked and ready for use when the mood takes you. The bedrooms, with their lightly vaulted ceilings, display unmistakable period details. Outside, the patio sits on the edge of a woodland which demands exploration.
Time to cook what you just caught…
Two charming cottages perched at the water’s edge. A stone's throw from nature, a long way from the pressures of daily life.
These welcoming retreats offer unparalleled access to Lough Erne for anglers and nature lovers alike. Private gardens lead down to the Estate's moored boats, bobbing with the gentle lough. Claim your craft and drift out to the peace and quiet. Pick your spot then choose to sit and watch the world go by or to cast your line and aim for some pike or bream for supper.
The cottages come equipped with barbecues and during peak season the picnic benches are filled with stories of abundant catches and the ones that got away.