Photos and Description of this 3 bedroom holiday cottage in County Fermanagh - Becky's Place
3 Bedroom Cottage. Close to picturesque Belleek village.River views.
Conservatory seating with river views. Sitting room. Dining room. Kitchen. Bedroom 1 double bed, bedroom 2 double bed, bedroom 3 adult bunk beds. Bathroom with bath/power shower. Travel cot available. Large front garden & 50' rear garden leading onto 250' meadow garden to waterside (safely fenced, but accessible).Wood flooring, carpeted bedrooms. Cosy open fire in sitting room. Full electric heating included in price. Long gated driveway suitable for 3 cars.Fishing on the river from the garden.
Bundoran, 30 minutes away, has an 18 hole links golf course overlooking Donegal Bay but golf lovers will really enjoy The Faldo Championship golf course located in a spectacular setting on lower Lough Erne, which is also 30 minutes away.The region is internationally renowned for its trout, salmon and course fishing on rivers and lakes with sea fishing in the nearby Atlantic. The famous Belleek Pottery is just 10 minutes walk away.
In Belleek's pretty village high street you will find a welcome in the local shops and pubs where traditional Irish music nights are still a feature. Whether you walk, fish, hill climb, surf or simply want to relax, write, paint or listen to good music it's all there for you and close by.
- children welcome
- non smoking only
- pets not allowed
About Michelle Thyer-Jones
Roger's family are from this area and we love going there for our own holidays.We enjoy the friendly Irish way of life! We use our boat on the lake for fishing, and eat our catch!
Why Michelle Thyer-Jones chose County Fermanagh
This is a privately owned holiday home which has been in the family for over 60 years. We have totally refurbished the cottage in the last few years to provide a comfortable home with all modern amenities
What makes this cottage unique
Our holiday home is a very peaceful, bright and airy cottage. We love sitting by the river in the summer with a glass of wine watching the salmon jump. During the autumn/winter months we enjoy listening to music next to the open fire.