Greenwood Lodge B&B Fermanagh

Welcome to Greenwood Lodge Bed & Breakfast!

Set in the stunningly beautiful Northern Irish County Fermangh, this bed and breakfast in Enniskillen provides you with everything that you need for a comfortable and relaxing break – starting with a traditionally warm Irish welcome as soon as you arrive. Hosts Elizabeth and Richard McCord look forward to inviting you into their guest house and making you feel at home in your surroundings.

If you’re looking for guest accommodation in Enniskillen, then you’ll be delighted you found us – as we’re proud to be able to provide not only comfortable rooms with stunning views, but also a friendly face whenever you need anything during your stay. We are always happy to help our guests while they are staying with us. You are sure to enjoy your break in one of the friendliest B & Bs Enniskillen has to offer. No matter whether you’re looking for a relaxing break, or an action packed holiday, our guesthouse is the perfect place to base yourself to be within easy reach of local attractions.

The town of Enniskillen is incredibly special and unique, with a vibrant and eclectic history, and the island town can make a fantastic base from which to explore the wider area and the beautiful sights that can only be found in Northern Island. Our bed and breakfast in Enniskillen is delicately placed in the midst of stunning scenery and countryside, yet there are a great number of attractions nearby that you have the option to visit, meaning that you will never be short of something to do to keep yourself entertained.

Greenwood Lodge Bed and Breakfast is in a quiet, residential area, with plenty of safe and convenient off-street parking available for guests, in addition to easy access to all facilities and amenities that you could need to ensure that you have an enjoyable break.

One of the best things about the location of this Enniskillen accommodation is the fact that there is so much within easy access of the B&B. Key local attractions include Marble Arch Caves Global Geopark, The Ulster American Folk Park, Florencourt, Devenish Island, and Castlecoole House if you have a keen interest in the extensive history of the area. If you wish to pay a visit to the world famous Belleek Pottery, then this is just a short drive along the banks of the Lower Lough Erne – an enjoyable and scenic route.

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