Welcome to Belle Isle Castle - Abercorn Wing and ideal choice for your next long weekend or midweek break.
Situated on the northern tip of Upper Lough Erne, Belle Isle is a 470-acre estate spread over eight picturesque islands. Inhabited since the 12th century and bought in 1991 by the Duke of Abercorn, it is now a vibrant working farm offering a wide range of attractive self-catering accommodation. The modernisation of the Castle, dating from 1680, was completed in 1993. Thereafter, the Coach House, followed by the farm courtyard, were skillfully converted to provide comfortable, linked holiday cottages.
This holiday at a glance
- Sleeps ten guests.
- Five bedrooms, four en-suite bathrooms and one bathroom.
- Open fire.
- Charming sunken garden and terrace.
- Onsite parking.
- Up to two well behaved dogs are welcome (small additional charge per dog).
- Minimum of a two night stay.
- A wealth of original features.
- Set in the grounds of a 470 acre estate over eight islands.
- Gas stove, microwave, two dishwashers.
- Satellite TV/DVD/CD player.
- Outdoor furniture and barbecue.
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Near a Pub
Belle Isle Castle - Abercorn Wing is close to a pub, perfect for a relaxing drink in the evening
Book a short break
Belle Isle Castle - Abercorn Wing is available to book for a short break. So if you are tight on holiday time this could be the perfect option
Fishing on site or nearby
Keen on fishing? Belle Isle Castle - Abercorn Wing could be the perfect choice.
Wifi / Internet Access
Keep up to date with social media, emails etc with the internet access available.
Open Fire or Logburning Stove
Ideal for winter breaks! why not put your feet up and warm yourself in frot of a delightful open fire or log burning stove. Fell the stress disolve away!
Price: £ from £ 1609.00This cottage Sleeps a maximum of 10 people
Belle Isle Castle - Abercorn Wing
Belle Isle Estate
About Belle Isle Castle - Abercorn Wing
Cottage rental includes
This 470-acre estate on the northern tip of Upper Lough Erne is spread over eight picturesque islands. Inhabited since the 12th century and bought in 1991 by the Duke of Abercorn, it now offers a range of attractive self-catering accommodation.
- One Dog
- Two Dogs
- Baby Welcome
- Dog Friendly
- Log Burner/Open Fire
- On Site Parking
- Pub Nearby
- Children Welcome
Sleeps 10 persons | Bedrooms 5