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The three-star Riversdale Farm Guesthouse & Leisure Centre is in a peaceful scenic setting overlooking the Shannon-Erne Waterway in Ballinamore, County Leitrim. This family run guest house has its own indoor heated swimming pool.
The Commercial and Tourist Hotel is found in the heart of Ballinamore Village in County Leitrim. This family-run hotel offers a friendly and homely atmosphere, breath-taking drives, pleasant walks and great fishing opportunities.
The Old Rectory located in Fenagh, Ballinamore, Co. Leitrim is a listed restored Georgian building retaining its old world character over looking Fenagh Lake.
Glenview is a simple working farm located just two kilometres south of Ballinamore in County Leitrim, specialising in providing bed and breakfast accommodation.
Hamills guest house offers a convenient town centre location for B&B accommodation in Ballinamore, County Leitrim. Hidden in leafy garden surroundings, Hamills is just a step from the street with ample car parking.
The Old Rectory apartments are located in the beautifully restored court yard of The Old Rectory Bed and Breakfast, a listed building which has been restored to retain the character of the old cut stone Stables, Coach House, Granary and Loft.
The Standing Stone Hotel is centrally located in Ballinamore, County Leitrim. Ballinamore is recognized as an anglers paradise surrounded by 28 lakes within a 5 mile radius.
Lakeview selfcatering accommodation is situated in a peaceful rural setting on a working farm just a five minute drive from the friendly town of Ballinamore in County Leitrim.
Hamill's Bed and Breakfast is situated in Ballinamore, County Leitrim, hidden in leafy garden surroundings, just a step from the street with private car parking.Warm and welcoming with guest comfort and relaxation a priority.
From £1030.50 per week
From £1237 per week
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