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Hotel Carlton
Belleek
County Fermanagh

BT93 3FX

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Near the borders of historic Fermanagh, Donegal and Leitrim, this hotel is situated in Irelandís Lake District. The Hotel Carlton offers a unique opportunity to experience Northern and Southern Ireland, from the lakes of Fermanagh to the glaciated valleys of Donegal and plains of Leitrim. Many activities can be arranged for you, including golfing, equestrian breaks, activity days such as canoeing, rock-climbing and caving, as well as deep-sea fishing or angling on the lakes and rivers of Fermanagh.

The hotel is owned and run by Paul Roohan, whom takes a personal interest in ensuring you are met with the warmest of welcomes. Whatever the purpose of your visit, be it leisure, tourism or business, friendly and efficient staff ensure that you will have a relaxing, enjoyable and fulfilling stay. Belleek is an ideal holiday getaway for anyone. Experienced staff are noted for their friendly disposition. Their attention to customer service has become a trademark of this hotel.

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