12 Holiday Cottages in County Fermanagh, sleeping any number of people

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Erne View is the largest in a row of holiday cottages on the shores of Lough Erne. The cottage boasts stunning views, an open fire and a wet room suitable for any guests with mobility issues.

Enjoy a coffee whilst taking in the view over to the Island of Inishfendra before heading down to the nearby jetty for ...

Sleeps up to 7
Weekly from £499

This courtyard cottage sits on the Crom estate, with the Lough Erne just a short walk away.

Sleeps up to 3
Weekly from £499

A converted farm building on the Crom estate, one of Ireland's best conservation sites.

Sleeps up to 4
Weekly from £499

A stay for active holidays with biking and canoe trails along the Lough Erne.

Sleeps up to 4
Weekly from £499

This 18th-century apartment sits in the laundry yard in the south wing of Florence Court.

Sleeps up to 4
Weekly from £449

A Crom estate courtyard cottage set close to the shores of the Lough Erne.

Sleeps up to 3
Weekly from £429

This charming cottage is superbly decorated, with period furnishings and wood burning stove. It features sitting room, TV room, kitchen/dining area, ...

Sleeps up to 6
Weekly from £405

One in a row of converted farm buildings nestling by the Lough Erne on the Crom estate.

Sleeps up to 3
Weekly from £399

A courtyard cottage on the Crom estate, finished with a homely interior and open fire.

Sleeps up to 2
Weekly from £379

This handsome stone building with its iconic clock tower was built in 1856 and has views over the courtyard. Beautiful period ...

Sleeps up to 4
Weekly from £359

This charming cottage is decorated to a high standard, with period furnishings and wood burning stove. It features sitting area, kitchen ...

Sleeps up to 2
Weekly from £307

Private lakeside holiday cottage in its own 40 acres of farm and with fabulous views over the mountains.

Sleeps up to 6
Weekly from £300
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