“One of Northern Ireland’s hidden gems.”

The Irish Times.


Belle Isle Castle

At the heart of Belle Isle’s 470-acre estate, the 17th-century castle, once home to generations of nobles, welcomes groups of up to 16 guests. We have recently completed a gentle update with the conversion of the existing bathrooms to en-suite while retaining the original period details of the bedrooms. The castle now features 7 luxurious en-suite bedrooms.

About the Castle

Dramatic colours offset fine English and Irish antique furnishings, rattan furniture from the spice island of Cebu, and works by Russian, Irish, and English painters. The ambience is comfortable and welcoming, with floor-to-ceiling windows offering views of a charming sunken garden.

Belle Isle Courtyard & Cottages

Whether you choose to stay on the shores of Lough Erne, beside rolling pastures, or tucked away in a peaceful walled garden, the Courtyard Apartments & Cottages offer a welcome retreat from the pressures of modern life, without sacrificing its comforts. Each self-catering residence feels like a home of your own, with warm country interiors and period details. There’s no new construction on Belle Isle’s 470-acre, environmentally protected estate—all the holiday accommodations are converted estate buildings.


Belle Isle’s three charming cottages are each uniquely and delightfully situated, either perched at the water’s edge or nestled into a peaceful walled garden. These welcoming retreats offer unparalleled access to Lough Erne for anglers and nature lovers alike, as well as a sense of peace and quiet.

Coach House

Built in 1856, this handsome stone building with a bell tower and clock was used to house the coaches and horses of Belle Isle Castle. It has been converted into two spacious apartments, each with a wood-burning stove, patio with picnic table, and easy access to a woodland park with hidden paths and the peace of Lough Erne.