Escape to Shamrock Cottage

Shamrock Cottage Lough Erne Luxury
Lough Erne Luxury 5 star self catering cottage

“Shamrock cottage is fantastic. Great location, quiet and private and by the lake with beautiful views across to cliffs and mountains. The cottage is extremely well equipped and is comfortable and spacious.” Derek

Shamrock Cottage overlooks Lower Lough Erne and the cliffs of Magho in Co. Fermanagh situated midway between Belleek and Kesh. Experience solitude and tranquility sitting by the jetty and listening to the water lapping at your feet; you can soak in the atmosphere, fish or launch your canoe and explore the calming waters. You can walk around the gated 7 acres of young woodland and see the hares bounding across the grass, hear the buzzards calling and the swans taking flight across the lake.

Shamrock Cottage has NITB 5 star grading offering you the highest standard in self catering accommodation. You can have up to 6 guests staying, but unfortunately we cannot accept pets as we are beside farmland with sheep and cattle. Our minimum 2 night stay from September to June and minimum 4 night stay in July and August, includes a welcome pack plus firewood for the lounge fire or fire pit outside, and gives you time to relax as well as explore our area. Relax at Shamrock Cottage from £185 per night subject to availability.

I have created 9 Days Out with Itineraries for you to enjoy outdoor adventures local to our cottage, discover ancient stones and reconnect with nature – I illustrate Day 1 here which are the locations closest to the cottage on the Kesh side.

Day 1

  • Janus Figure
  • Drumskinny Stone Circle
  • Drummoney Waterfall
  • Pettigo
  • Termon McGrath Castle

Day 1 – Only 5 to 25 minutes drive away & all FREE!

Janus Figure

In Caldragh Cemetery on Boa Island, Lower lough Erne stand two unique stone carvings. Explore the Janus Figures dating back more than 2000 years. 

Drumskinny Stone Circle

The charming and accessible Drumskinny Stone Circle is a wonderful ancient formation and has an adjacent cairn dating back more than 4000 years.  

Drummoney Falls

Drummoney Falls is a tranquil haven for a short walk, the stepped profile of the river here is due to the horizontal layers of sedimentary rock being slowly eroded by the Bannagh River.


Pettigo is a small village on the border of Donegal and Fermanagh. It is bisected by the Termon River.   

Termon McGrath Castle

On the outskirt of Pettigo and built in the 16th Century is one of several castles belonging to the Clan Mcgrath.  It is said to be the finest.  The castle possesses some wonderful Elizabethan period military and domestic features.  

Eat Out

I highly recommend the Woodhill Hunting Lodge restaurant, Irvinestown. Take aways are available too. Their Sunday lunch has a superb reputation! Call Gail to book your table or take away 028 6862 1863.

Shamrock Cottage is cleaned and sanitised between guests. I want to ensure that you feel safe walking in to stay at our cottage.

We have a flexible cancellation policy in response to the ongoing Covid-19 pandemic, to ensure you feel comfortable to book your stay and reassured should you need to cancel.