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Hotels in Belleek

Hotel Carlton
2 Main Street
Belleek
County Fermanagh

BT93 3FX
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The Hotel Carlton, in the picturesque village of Belleek, is situated on the banks of the River Erne, in the heart of the Fermanagh Lakelands.

The Hotel currently offers guests 34 luxurious well appointed bedrooms, all with en-suite facilities, some with magnificent views of the River Erne & fully equipped Leisure facilities. Our Waterways restaurant offers the guest an extensive menu, concentrating on providing fresh food cooked to suit the most discerning palate. Guests can enjoy a drink or two in the comfortable yet relaxed River Front Bar, an ideal place to enjoy an afternoon or night.

We are ideally situated to enjoy the counties of Fermanagh, Donegal, Sligo, Leitrim & Tyrone. We are in a prime location to offer the traveller an array of attractions & activities, some of these being –
• Belleek Pottery
• Marble Arch Caves
• Hills of Donegal
• Enniskillen Castle
• Omagh Folk Park
• Lake Isle of Inisfree

We are in a position to offer you a first class hotel, in a prime location, combined with a warm welcome; the Hotel Carlton is the perfect choice to base your tour of the North West.

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