Welcome to Cottage 51. Bought in 1994, this 100 year old Fisherman's cottage has been loving restored by musician Kyron Bourke and designed by his wife, Fleur, an interior designer.
Fleur's eclectic interior design reflects her many influences from extensive travels throughout the world. Coupled with Kyron's theatrical background, this is a unique and magical home which Kyron and Fleur invite you to enjoy.
Why not relax in the sitting room with an old film, beside the cosy Victorian stove. Light the fire in the bedroom and run a bath. Close over the voluptuous Taffeta curtains, pour a glass of wine and forget your troubles.
You may be a fishing fanatic or love to roam the countryside or the many walks of the Ulster Way. Cottage 51 offers a haven of comfort and warmth to return to.
A lovely addition to the cottage - a painted, panelled room, with a large selection books to enjoy while lounging on the window seat enjoying uninterrupted views of Lough Scalban or enjoy a lovely intimate dinner with friends - comfortable seating for 6.
Established in 1857 Belleek Pottery holds a very special place in the cultural and commercial heritage of County Fermanagh. Nestling on the banks of the River Erne this imposing building is home to the world famous Belleek Fine Parian china and also to one of Irelands top five visitor attractions. The building which, up until 1988, was used to produce Belleek has since been refurbished internally and features a museum, tearoom, video theatre and showroom.
Cottage 51 is located appox 2.5 miles from village of Belleek, which has the world famous Belleek Pottery Centre, many shops including a butcher, chemist, Centra, hotel, restaurants etc.