The character of the house is truly defined by its exquisite wall panelling, wooden floors, and carefully selected furnishing making River Cottage a unique and charming place to stay. You will find a mix of historical and modern, quirky, colourful and cheerful all blended together to make your stay as relaxing, comfortable and homely as possible. The large vegetable garden is to the rear of the cottage. You are welcome to select seasonal crop or fresh herbs to add to your meals. Relax by the riverside barbecue and outdoor seating area in the back garden. The local wooded landscape is dotted with picturesque lakes some of which form part of the Shannon Erne Blueway. The cottage is wrapped within a secluded one acre site of exquisitely landscaped lawn, flower, vegetable and tree lined gardens which blend seamlessly into the surrounding countryside.
Fenagh village has two traditional Irish pubs offering music on many weekends throughout the year.
Settle in with a well-earned coffee in the café at Fenagh Visitor Center or explore what Fenagh has to offer with help from the centre’s friendly staff and its wide selection of photos, maps and literature.
River Cottage in Fenagh is located at the mid-point of the newly launched Shannon Erne Blueway. Sections of the Blueway also have waterside paths suitable for walking or cycling. A guided canoe tour can be arranged for you to explore the Shannon Erne Blueway or bikes can be hired so you can follow the waterside paths deep into the surrounding countryside. Nearby Carrick on Shannon is only 14 miles away. Carrick is a vibrant town with several traditional pubs offering music to entertain a wide range of tastes as well as many cafes, restaurants, and a four screen cinema. The town boosts many arts and heritage attractions in addition to recreational outlets such as bowling, karting or indeed Moonriver boat trips on the Shannon itself.