Greenwood Lodge Enniskillen - you can be assured of a warm Irish welcome at this guest house.
Greenwood Lodge is a small, comfortable friendly B&B just two miles from Enniskillen in the Lakeland area of County Fermanagh in Northern Ireland. Being an island town, Enniskillen is an attractive place which has many good shops and restaurants. The surrounding countryside is very picturesque and there is a great variety of attractions within a few miles radius.
The Bed and Breakfast is in a quiet area with good off-street parking and easy access to all amenities. Your hosts are Elizabeth and Richard McCord and you can be assured of a warm Irish welcome at this guest house.
We have three en-suite rooms all with colour television, tea/coffee facilities, hairdryer and central heating. Guests are welcome to use the lounge or conservatory.
Breakfast can be the traditional Irish cooked breakfast or continental. we serve fruit, cereals, porridge (if wanted), juice, cooked breakfast, toast, home-made wheaten bread, preserves, tea and coffee. Just tell us what you would like and we will do our best to provide it. we always serve fresh home-cooked food and give personal service.
Free transport to local restaurants or hotels is included when possible.
Lockable storage for fishing gear, bicycles and other equipment is available.
Visit Marble Arch Caves, Belleek Pottery, Ulster American Folk Park, Castlecoole House, Florencecourt, Devenish Island and many other attractions.
Enniskillen Castle - A rich historic complex in Enniskillen town including Fermanagh County Museum and the Museum of the Royal Inniskilling Fusiliers.
Ardhowen Theatre - An attractive theatre on the lough shore with a wide ranging programme to suit all tastes.
National Trust Properties:
Castlecoole - The finest neo-classical house in Ireland, family home of the Earls of Belmore. Florencecourt House - Built by John Cole in 18th Century - pleasant grounds. Crom Estate - Important nature reserve, 1900 acres of woodland, parkland and wetland.
Marble Arch Caves - Award winning attraction with daily tours from March to September.
Devenish Island - Accessible by ferry from Trory or by MV Kestrel waterbus from Enniskillen Extensive ruins including round tower and Augustinian abbey.
Belleek Pottery - Ireland's oldest and most established pottery. Guided tours available - open all year.
Ulster American Folk Park - Tells the story of the floods of emigrants who left Ireland in the 18th and 19th centuries.
In addition to these we have forest parks and facilities for golf, fishing, boating, water sports, horse riding and cycling.