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Abocurragh Farm - Guesthouse
Letterbreen
Enniskillen - Belfast
Fermanagh
BT749AG
IRELAND

Contact: Bernie Mullally
Tel: 02866348484
  • £25-35 - £25-35 per night Other Currency
  • Sleeps Up To 6
  • Abocurragh Farm - Guesthouse Grading : 3
  • Children Allowed : welcome
  • Pets Allowed : enquire
  • Smoking Policy : NOT permitted inside residence
  • Alcohol License : yes, on sale
  • Parking Available : present
  • Wheelchair Access : sorry, no wheelchair access
  • Abocurragh Farm - Guesthouse Enniskillen - Belfast - Quality Accommodation with Panoramic Views.
    Abocurragh has also been featured on BBC holiday programme. It has spaciouse well equipped rooms with panoramic views. Set near Marble Arch Caves,Florencecourt House and Park,Culciagh Park. Belleek Pottery and the lovely town of Enniskillen. It is only 60 minutes drive from Sligo and Donegal.

    :: AWARDS:

    1998 - 99: Ulster Farmhouse of the Year - AIB/Irish Farmers Journal
    awards.

    1998: All Ireland Farmhouse of the Year - AIB/Irish Farmers Journal awards.

    1995, 1997 & 1998 : Best For Guests - a local award scheme recognising guest houses
    that have a high standard of accommodation and hospitality.

    1996: Runner up in the British Airways Tourism Awards.


    :: AREA:

    Fermanagh is a beautiful lake land paradise ideal for fishing, cruising, water based holidays - breath taking lake and mountain scenery and boasts a wide range of varied tourist attractions including stately homes, craft centres, castles and forest parks.

    Bert Emke is chief editorial writer of The Courier-Journal, U.S.A : "…..Getting around Ireland by car can be tricky but it offers several big advantages over touring by bus. You’re on your own and can stay an extra few hours, or days, at some place that offers unexpected delights. You can zip along narrow country roads (meaning most of the roads in Ireland) that a bus couldn’t fit through. And you can stay in bed-and-breakfasts, instead of relying exclusively on hotels.

    For instance, if we hadn’t been travelling by car, we wouldn’t have ended up staying in Abocurragh Farm Guest House, outside Enniskillen in Northern Ireland. And we wouldn’t have met the landlady, Bernie Mullally, who - judging by the neatness and interior decor of the house and the quality of the breakfast she prepared - must be Ireland’s answer to Martha Stewart.

    Bernie recommended that we have dinner at Oscar’s, a restaurant in Enniskillen that offers several shelves filled with books by and about Oscar Wilde. Pictures of and quotes by Oscar Wilde cover the walls. It and Bernie Mullally’s house are ‘both worth a journey’."
    Abocurragh Farm - Guesthouse  -   Enniskillen - Belfast   -   Fermanagh

    Contact:  Bernie Mullally   Tel:  02866348484   -   Website: > (Click Here)


     







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