The Old Rectory Bed and Breakfast and Self Catering Accommodation are both listed Georgian buildings. Built in 1827 The Old Rectory is surrounded by mature trees planted over 100 years ago. As your guests are the third generation to own this beautifully restored house they enjoy sharing their home and its history with all of the guests.
The Court Yard buildings have been beautifully restored and converted into self catering apartments and were opened in 2012. The guest sitting room was built to take advantage of the beautiful views of Fenagh Lake as well as the afternoon sun. It is a place to relax, read, or enjoy a cup of tea in the afternoon. The bedrooms look out over the Lake and Gardens of mature trees, manicured lawns, and flower beds. There are sitting areas and picnic tables in the garden to enjoy the lovely views. Fenagh is surrounded by heritage and most of the village is on heritage ground. The owners of The Old Rectory hold of the key for Fenagh Abbey which was originally built in the 6th century.
There are a number of attractions and festivals locally. Fenagh Visitor Centre, which has a soft play area for children, information on local history and a coffee shop, Glenview Folk Museum is just 2km away, Lough Key Forest Park, Arigna Mines, Carrowkeel, Marble Arch Geo Parks, and Florence Court House, are all within easy driving distance.
Help can be provided to help you plan your days while you are here. The area has a lot to offer and bikes to cycle the quiet roads of Leitrim or Canadian canoes to go paddling on Fenagh Lake on the grounds of The Old Rectory can be supplied if needed, and Sliabh An Iariann has several way marked walks.
At the end of the day relax in the sauna or hot tub looking out over Fenagh Lake and Abbey.