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Knockninny Country House & Marina
Knockninny Quay
Derrylin

Enniskillen
County Fermanagh

BT92 9JU

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Enveloped at the foot of Knockninny Hill and towering over the Fermanagh Lakes lies Knockninny Country House & Marina. Set amongst manicured lawns, woodland and orchard this secluded hideaway boasts magnificent views of Upper Lough Erne and its islands. Enter this tranquil world free from the norm of daily life and rest where old world allure meets modern day comforts at Lough Erne's original hotel.

Our commitment is to give you the highest level of comfort and service you expect from a 4 Star Country Guesthouse. Come stay with us and enjoy quaint, yet luxurious accommodation. Sample good, seasonal fayre in our Porter House Restaurant. Take a trip on one of our dayboats and hop around the islands. Or, relax by an open fire and sip on an Irish Coffee or Hot Chocolate. But whatever you do just.

Come and Enjoy a Luxurious Stay at Knockninny House in one of our Beautiful Rooms or Suites where Spacious Ensuite Bathrooms with Power Showers and Baths as well as Flat Screen Televisions come as standard. Unwind with Satellite TV, and a welcome tray of Hot Chocolate, Tea and Coffee. Let us create a warm welcome for you. Complimentary Wi-Fi Broadband is available in selected areas around the house.

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