County Fermanagh, Counties Fermanagh & Tyrone Hotels, Hostels & Accommodation
Bayview Guest House
Necarne Manor B&B
Arch House B&B
Set in a former rectory just south of the park entrance, this peaceful 10-room guesthouse goes for a Victorian country-house feel, with rose-patterned bedspreads and antique-style furniture.
The Westville adds a dash of style to Enniskillen's rather staid accommodation scene with designer fabrics, cool colour combinations, good food and welcoming staff.
Best Western Hotel Carlton
Though the rooms are plush and luxurious, the family-friendly Carlton has a welcoming and informal feel to it, and a lovely setting on the banks of the River Erne. There are frequent live music sessions in the hotel’s Potters Bar.
Share Holiday Village
Share is a charity that works towards the integration of people with and without disabilities through a range of activities and courses.
This is a traditional Irish bar and bookies shop offering B&B in five rooms with private bathrooms upstairs. The lively bar downstairs is a popular venue for impromptu music sessions, so don't expect peace and quiet in the evenings.
Donn Carragh Hotel
There's not too much in the way of hotel accommodation around Upper Lough Erne; this pleasant but unexceptional 18-room hotel in the middle of Lisnaskea is the best.
Manor House Country Hotel
A grand, 19th-century country house overlooking Lough Erne, the Manor House has had a thorough makeover in neoclassical style, complete with a Greek temple-style lobby, Romanesque pool and Jacuzzis with a view over the lough.
Lusty Beg Island
This private island retreat, reached by ferry (on demand from 8.
Castle Archdale Country Park
This attractive, tree-sheltered site is dominated by onsite caravans, but has good facilities, including a shop, launderette, playground and restaurant.
Lisnaskea Caravan Park
This local council–run site enjoys a beautiful wooded setting on the banks of the Colebrooke River about 2km northwest of Lisnaskea, on the B514 road towards Enniskillen.
Enniskillen's top hotel is 1.5km south of town on the A4 Maguiresbridge road, in an idyllic setting overlooking Upper Lough Erne. Many of its 43 effortlessly elegant rooms enjoy stunning views over landscaped gardens to the lough.
A modern Georgian-style house with a sunny conservatory overlooking a small lake, the five-room Rossole is an angler's delight – you can fish in the lake, and there's a rowing boat for guests at the bottom of the garden.
Bridges Youth Hostel
This modern, purpose-built hostel is in a great location overlooking a river in the centre of town. It has mostly four-bed dorms, each with private bathroom, plus six twin rooms, a kitchen, restaurant, laundry and bike shed.
Indulge in a spot of country-house comfort in this large, ivy-clad Victorian villa set in wooded grounds.
Railway memorabilia dot the walls of this welcoming 130-year-old hotel, a reminder of Enniskillen's now-vanished railway line.
The owners of this spacious and modern villa, set on a quiet side street 3km northeast of town off the B80, go out of their way to make you feel welcome.
Kilmore Quay Club
A secluded lakeside setting makes for a peaceful night's rest in one of the seven luxurious guest rooms next to the plush, thatch-roofed Watermill Restaurant, where the French-influenced menu leans .
A Victorian villa built in the 1870s that was Lough Erne's first hotel, Knockninny House enjoys an idyllic lakeside setting, and now offers accommodation in seven country-style bedrooms.
Though the rooms are plush and luxurious, the family-friendly Carlton has a welcoming and informal feel to it, and a lovely setting on the banks of the River Erne. There are frequent live music sessions in the hotel's Potters Bar.
Castle Archdale Caravan Park
This attractive, tree-sheltered site is dominated by on-site caravans, but has good facilities, including a shop, launderette, playground and restaurant.
Belmore Court & Motel
Housed in an original row of terrace houses linked to a large modern extension, the friendly Belmore offers stylish and spacious 'superior' rooms in the new building (single/double from €65/80) and, in the old, family 'mini-apartments' with self-.