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Willowbank House

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66 Belleview Road, Enniskillen, Co. Fermanagh,
Mrs Joan Foster
T: (028) 6632 8582

Willowbank House overlooks Lough Erne and the slopes of the Cuilcagh and Belmore Mountains.

Willowbank House is located on the Bellevue Ring approximately three miles from the historic island town of Enniskillen. Purpose built, it sits on an elevated, secluded site overlooking the shores of Lough Erne and the slopes of Cuilcagh and Belmore Mountains. We offer a high standard of accommodation and relaxation; a paradise offering peace and tranquility in the Fermanagh countryside and centrally located for outdoor pursuits. All our ground floor rooms are well appointed with televisions, hospitality tray and many little extras to ensure you have the perfect break. Northern Ireland breakfast champion 2009 and Regional breakfast Champion 2014.

At Willowbank we are passionate about food and believe that eating is one of life's greatest pleasures. We embrace the use of carefully selected local quality foods and have ensured that as many items as possible are free from additives and preservatives to give you the ultimate breakfast experience.
This includes a range of quality pork products from our local famous butcher Pat O'Doherty. Pigs are reared on one of the islands of Lough Erne which in turn produces the Fermanagh black bacon, sausages and black pudding. Our eggs are also sourced locally. We are proud to say we bake all our own wheaten, soda and treacle bread, as well as our own home made granola. We use only finest Irish oats and cereals. Our porridge with a touch of Bailey's cream is not to be missed.

Sky television in guest lounge.
Free WiFi available.
Off street parking.
Lake and garden view rooms.

Discover the natural beauty of the Fermanagh Lakelands.

Marble Arch Caves, Cladagh Glen, Castlecoole, Florencecourt House, Crom Castle, Devenish Island, Belleek Pottery, Lough Navar Forest Drive, Enniskillen Castle, Coles Monument, the Buttermarket, Ardhowen Theatre, equestrian centre, golf, fishing, pony treking, Fermanagh crystal, Antique Lace Museum, boat trips to the island, and the Ulster American Folk Park.