Just ten minutes away from us, nestled on the border of Fermanagh and Donegal lies the quaint village of Belleek. World renowned for its Belleek Pottery, this village has so much to offer guests who stay with us. Belleek Pottery started in 1857. Renowned for producing exceptionally fine porcelain. It is now one of Fermanagh’s most popular attractions.
Step back in time to marvel at the pottery museums fine examples of Belleek pottery dating back as far as the early beginnings in 1857, then take a 30-minute guided tour of the pottery.
Covering all production areas, the tour also offers an opportunity to meet and chat to the pottery’s skilled craftspeople.
Tours are available at weekends from 10:15 AM to 12:15 PM and from 2:00 PM to 4:00 PM during the peak season (June to September). We recommend checking time tables for more detailed information.
Belleek Heritage Village
Why not take in a self-guided walk in the village of Belleek, noting points of interest including the architecture and layout of the village, and significant features including the old water trough, the last remains of the railway bridge, sections of original cobbled paving and much MORE
Our village is packed with history, you only have to take the time to seek it out to understand the real story of Belleek.
You can then round off the experience by heading to the traditional surrounding of The Black Cat Cove Main Street Belleek, with an Irish coffee, pint of Guinness or some delicious food!