My wife and I spent two very comfortable nights in the pleasant surroundings of Arch House. Our hosts Rosemary and Geoffrey Armstrong were both very engaging and friendly. They made us feel most welcome.
We particularly were grateful to Geoffrey who kindly showed us a route to Cuilcagh from Florence Court. Cuilcagh is an impressive mountain that is situated on the Irish border and is the highest point in counties Fermanagh and Cavan. For anyone walkng this picturesque stretch of The Ulster Way, Arch House is an ideal base. We highly recommend that hikers walk The Ulster Way to Cuilcagh from Florence Court and not simply walk from Marble Arch Caves to the summit and return to the caves. The open unspoilt scenery between Florence Court and Cuilcagh is outstanding. There is a wide expanse of blanket bog that deserves to be seen.
Rosemary's cooking is a real treat and we certainly recommend Rosemary for her wholesome homely cooking. We would have no hesitation in recommending this gem of a guest house to any visitors travelling about in the beautiful county of Fermanagh. We hope to return soon and once again resume our hikes amongst the pristine lakes and hills of Fermanagh. Thank you Geoffrey and Rosemary for your generous and friendly hospitality. It was a real pleasure to meet you.More
- Free Wifi
- Free parking