The Old Rectory Country House
The Old Rectory Country House Leitrim, is a beautifully restored listed Georgian House dating back to 1827; nestled among mature trees, some of which are as old as the house and looking out over Fenagh Lake. The Old Rectory Country House has been home to the Curran family for three generations and we have welcomed visitors from far and wide for over 40 years. As third generation custodians of this beautifully restored house we enjoy sharing our home and its history with our guests. With a variety of accommodation options for your stay from luxury rooms in The Old Rectory Country House – to 4* self catering apartments in the courtyard of the house. We also have a small rustic one bedroom cottage in the courtyard.
The Old Rectory Country House is an exclusive wedding and event venue. A stunning venue for your perfect wedding day and wide variety of weekend retreats such as – yoga retreats, murder mystery, quilting retreats, themed evenings, corporate team building event, or family gathering.
As an exclusive wedding venue, we host only a small number of weddings at The Old Rectory Country House each year. It is a stunning venue for your intimate wedding with an alternative feel. The Marquee is a unique place for your reception looking out over Fenagh Lake with floor to ceiling glass windows, and wooden floors. An opportunity to decorate and celebrate your magical day in a way that is all your own. You can have your ceremony either in a local church or have a humanist ceremony on the grounds of The Old Rectory Country House.
Fenagh is surrounded by heritage and most of the village is on heritage ground. We are holders of the key for Fenagh Abbey which was originally built in the 6th century. The Court Yard buildings of The Old Rectory in Leitrim have been given a new lease of life and are fully restored.
These converted buildings are now beautiful self-catering apartments. Look at our Self Catering page for more details. Enjoy our outdoor hot tub with views of the Abbey and Lake.
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