Belle Isle Castle, Northern Ireland

Belle Isle Castle, situated on the northern tip of Upper Lough Erne, is a 470-acre estate spread over eight picturesque islands. It has been inhabited since the 12th century. 

The estate today offers a wide range of attractive self-catering accommodation, from the castle itself, to courtyard or coach house cottages, with an option to suit all tastes and budgets.

The castle has been hosting events since 1760, so whatever your reason to stay, perhaps a family gathering or a wedding, the castle's team certainly knows how to treat a guest or two! Your stay at Belle Isle will certainly stay with you.

Belle Isle has been designated a 'Special Area of Conservation' and the stewards of this special land take pride and care in its environmental upkeep. 'The Annals of Ulster', an ancient chronicle of Medieval Ireland, was compiled on Belle Isle between AD 431 to AD 1489.

The area of County Fermanagh offers a wealth of things to see and do, including some of Ireland's finest natural wonders, such as the Marble Arch Cave Geopark and three National Trust properties. 

On the estate itself, guests can while away the hours with fishing, shooting or sailing. Belle Isle Estate has four pike fishing boats and two Garmin fish-finders. Sailing boats can be hired for a small fee.

If you are looking for a special venue to host your wedding, then Belle Isle would be a beautiful choice for a memorable day. Couples typically exchange their vows in Belle Isle Castle’s magnificent grand hall, in front of a fireplace in the art-filled drawing room.The grand hall can be decorated with flowers and other personal touches. You can also hold the ceremony outside, surrounded by blossoms in the verdant sunken garden. On the morning of your wedding, Belle Isle's staff and personal wedding coordinator will be on hand to make sure your special day is perfect in every aspect. 

Belle Isle Castle is a great place to stay, so call our team today, who will provide you with a full quotation for your magical vacation.

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