Station House

Irvinestown, Enniskillen, Co. Fermanagh, BT94 1GR
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Station House
Irvinestown, Enniskillen, Co. Fermanagh, BT94 1GR

Station House: Fermanagh

Unique, lovingly restored property, a former railway station - offered as luxurious, comfortable self–catering accommodation.

This historic building, originally opened as a railway station in 1866, has been sensitively converted to 5–star self–catering holiday accommodation, with five en–suite bedrooms offering exceptional levels of guest comfort for up to twelve people. High–speed WiFi is provided throughout, and Smart TVs in

communal areas. There is a wood–burner in the Drawing Room, and an open fireplace in the former Ticket Office. Railway architectural features have been retained wherever possible. Station House is a wonderfully comfortable setting for relaxing with friends and family, and a great base from which to explore.


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  • Property Features
  • Luxury fivestar accommodation
  • Comfortably sleeping up to 12 people
  • Large enclosed garden area
  • Bright and spacious interiors
  • All modern conveniences
  • Hi speed WiFi
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Phil McKenna
July 2022
What an amazing place to stay. Nothing was left to chance. Absolute perfection.
May - 2018
I booked the Station house for my wife’s 40th birthday and a group of friends for 2 nights. Could not fault the place. The whole house was immaculate, bedrooms and ensuites great sizes and so clean. Plenty of living areas and kitchen was great, really well equipped for cooking etc.

Greeted by Jane and floyd who were lovely and very accommodating, and only phone call away if needed. Homemade biscuits were lovely touch.

We really hope to book again in the future. Thanks so much.
A Holiday Lettings verified reviewer
October - 2017
"Fabulous accommodation"
Had a great weekend staying in Station House. So well equipped, spacious and comfortable. Floyd and Jane were great hosts and very welcoming and helpful. Spent most of the weekend in the house as a group of friends catching up and having fun in front of the fire and eating around the kitchen table. Gardens and associates buildings are worth a walk through. Would be a great place to spend a summer’s day. Station House was a great place to celebrate the 50th birthdays!
Megan C
September - 2017
"Amazing House, Amazing Stay"
The station house is such a hidden treasure, Jane and Floyd have done such an amazing job restoring the old Irvinestown station into a modern house but with a lot of the original features kept intact.

They couldn't have made our stay any better, they had thought of everything we could possibly need during our stay, we were greeted to the house with Floyd's homemade biscuits and a full tour of the house. They helped us with dinner reservations and booking taxi's and then left us to enjoy the house ourselves.

Will most defiantly be back!
Keith G
July - 2017
"Superbly Appointed and Stylish accommodation in a Beautiful Setting"
It's fair to say that we didn't exactly constitute the typical house guests, when our extended family landed at the old Station House in Irvinestown.

My grandfather had in fact been the Station Master many years ago and we were there to celebrate the birthday of an Aunt who had been born there. Included in the party were two family members who had clear memories of the years they had lived there and the characters in the local community.

Clearly, the house had a lot to live up to - but it easily surpassed expectations. The spacious dwelling has been sympathetically restored - to the extent that the former residents were delighted to rediscover their old haunts - but always with an eye on modern comforts. The result is an incredibly spacious and luxurious setting, which easily swallowed what amounted to around four distinct family groups. The bedrooms are cosy and comfortable with stylish en suite bathrooms. The kitchen and dining area is vast and well equipped - whether you want to cook full meals for a crowd, or simply devour the fish and chips from the local chippy! There is a selection of living/sitting rooms with plenty of space for large groups to sit and chat or for more intimate groups to chinwag.

The decommissioning of the Station is now a matter of history, but the platform edges survive (with the area between them filled and grassed over) and the far platform waiting area and signal box are still evident and speak to generations past. All in all, it is an evocative mix of days past and modern comfort.

Irvinestown itself is a small town, with the basics well catered for, although it would be tempting to simply stay in the comfort of the Station House! For those who prefer to venture out, Enniskillen is not far away, and the local countryside would probably suit cyclists or walkers.

Overall, there is nothing bad to say about the Station House. Highly recommended.
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