Belle Isle Castle and Private Island offers total exclusivity, just over 400 acres situated on a private island on Lough Erne, County Fermanagh. The Castle, which sleeps up to 26, boasts stunning views across the lough and surrounding countryside. Capacity as a Corporate Venue is 65 adults.
A splendid, double-vaulted entrance hall sets the scene, leading you through to a welcoming drawing room that features a warming fireplace at its heart. Floor-to-ceiling windows mean you won’t miss out on a single moment of the very best rustic views you’ll ever see, all from the comfort of your soft, cosy chair. The heart of the Castle is home to the imposing Grand Hall, where you can enjoy a host of sumptuous banquets fit for ancient royalty.
Activities at Belle Isle Estate are designed to develop leadership and problem solving skills, build a cohesive team and challenge attitudes. Belle Isle Outdoor Entertainment Packages offer a selection of fun activities including: Clay Pigeon Shooting, Air Rifle, Body Zorbing, Archery, Off Road Driving, Off Road Ambush Paintball, Rodeo Bull, Drop Zone and Zip Line or Giant Swing. Our friendly team of coordinators provide a professional service to give you a unique and memorable Belle Isle experience.
The recently launched exclusive Bear Grylls Survival Academy offers guests a unique outdoor
entertainment experience. The Belle Isle School of Cookery offers bespoke Cookery Courses, demonstrations and dining experiences.
What Makes Us So Special?
- Bear Grylls Academy, Northern Ireland.
- 17th Century Castle accommodation.
Belle Isle castle is the definition of breathtaking, an absolutely unique place with history pulsing in every nook and cranny. The castle's location, looking out across the sprawling and serene Fermanagh Lakelands, is peerless not just in terms of Northern Ireland but likely anywhere in the world. We've returned twice so far for our annual company retreat and will do for as long as the guys will have us, the feeling of eating, drinking and sleeping in such an historic and serene place can't be easily described, but when you have to leave you leave with a heavy heart.
Martin Neill, CEO, AirPOS