Triumphal Arch Lodge

Colebrooke, Co Fermanagh

Triumphal Arch Lodge at Colebrooke is located in the heart of Co Fermanagh. This is an area of outstanding natural beauty and is only a short distance from the tranquility of beautiful Lough Erne.

  • Sleeps 4

  • 1 Dog Allowed

  • Child Friendly

  • From £294 for 2 nights

  • Open Fire


  • This lodge is one of the gateways to Colebrooke Park, one of Northern Ireland's most important and historic stately homes.


    • 2 Double Bedrooms
    • Open Fire in Sitting Room
    • Underfloor Heating
    • Electric Oven
    • Microwave
    • Fridge
    • Towels and Linens Provided
    • Travel cot/crib for infants (under 2 years), on request
    • Hair Dryer
    • Iron and Ironing Board
    • Cooking Utensils
    • 1 Bathroom with bath tub
    • Sitting Room
    • Garden and Garden Furniture
    • Radio
    • Car Parking

    WiFi Free Zone:  Irish Landmark believes that digital detox is good for the mind, body and soul.  This is why Irish Landmark properties advocate the properties in our care as WiFi and television free zones. Reconnecting with our lives, nature, our surroundings, books, as well as family and friends, is vital for a happy life. This continues to make us very proud and happy to be a WiFi Free Zone.

    Guests to the Lodge can enjoy a host of outdoor activities.  There is abundant wildlife including red squirrels, kingfishers, otters, pine martens and woodpeckers and even a deer hide for watching deer close up.

    A contribution towards energy fees is applied to all bookings.   As a not for profit organisation, this fee makes a significant contribution to energy costs.   It is our aim to reduce our energy consumption at all self catering properties and encourage guests to reuse, reduce, recycle.

    Before and after Restoration

    Slide the bar to compare before and after photos

  • history

    Triumphal Arch Lodge is a Grade B Listed Building and is part of the Colebrooke Estate.  The estate has a long history dating back to the 1640s when a large portion of confiscated land at Brookeborough was given to the Brooke family as a reward for services during the 1641 rebellion.  The estate has remained in the Brooke family ever since and has been home to many notable military and public figures including Field Marshal Viscount Alan Brooke and Northern Ireland Prime Minister Basil Brooke, 1943 -1963.

    In 1786 the post Chaise Companion described Colebrooke as "a very fine and delightful seat" but Sir Henry Brooke had grand plans for this wooded demesne and from 1819 the eminent Dublin architect William Farrell was commissioned to redesign the main house, park and estate buildings including two gatelodges one with an ambitious entrance arch.

    The gatelodge and Triumphal Arch entrance were designed to complement the great house beyond and make an impressive approach to the estate, while at the same time showing the taste of the Brookes and acting as an introduction to the grandeur that was to come.

  • visitor book

    "Settled in so well, it became home. Well done to all."

    John, Co. Fermanagh

    "Thank you for a spectacular weekend at the Triumphal Arch Lodge. We had the most amazing time, full of old world charm. It was really a most comfortable stay and the house manager was so welcoming and helpful, she couldn’t have been nicer. "

    Carina & Liam, Ireland

    "In short it was wonderful. It is truly magical and we really enjoyed our stay. Fermanagh is a lovely county with so much to do and see."

    Seamus, Co. Meath

  • The lodge is only 90 minutes from Belfast, 2 and a half hours from Dublin, and 40 minutes from the west coast of Ireland.

    Among the many attractions in this area are Crom Castle and Gardens, Enniskillen Castle which dates back to the 1700s, Castle Coole, Florencecourt, Marble Arch Caves, Castle Archdale Islands.

    Loc8: GKF-00-WL9
    GPS: 54.341247 , -7.365133


    Our buildings were made to the standards of earlier times – and sometimes without the intention that they should be lived in.  Consequently, you may encounter features that reflect their particular character but that deserve due care and attention, particularly by the young, elderly, less mobile or visually impaired.  Examples of these are steps worn with age, uneven surfaces, low ceilings and beams, unexpected drops or changes in level, and by modern standards low or absent lighting.  In all cases we have sought to make a sensible compromise between due regard for safety and the careful retention of the fabric of each building, which makes it an interesting place to stay. We ask you to appreciate and use the building with this understanding. If you have any queries about the property you are interested in and would like more clarification, please contact Irish Landmark at

    Arrival and Departure Time?

    Unless otherwise agreed with the House Manager the earliest time at which you can check in is 4.oop.m.  Guests may NOT take over the property any time later then 9.00pm.   Guests are requested to vacate the property by 10.00am at the latest on the day of departure.

    Is there WiFi?

    No, at our properties you have an opportunity to experience the best of a former way of life:  beautiful architecture, fascinating history and a peaceful relaxed ambiance, without modern electronic distractions, where you decide the pace of your holiday.

    Can I bring a dog?

    Yes.  Check the Irish Landmark T&Cs re bringing dogs to Irish Landmark properties. This property is only suitable for one dog.

    Is linen supplied?

    Yes – the beds are prepared and ready for your arrival.

    Is there an open fire?

    Yes.  There is an open fire in the sitting room.  There is a limited amount of fuel left for the fire (where applicable) so guests may want to bring more for the duration of their stay.  Please contact the local House Manager for more information on what type of fuel is used at your chosen property.

    Do I need a car to get here?

    It would be preferable to have a car otherwise it will be difficult to get to shops etc as the lodge is situated on a country lane.

    How do I get the keys?

    When you complete your booking, you will receive an email giving you information about arranging access on your arrival date.

    Can I arrive early?

    Only by special arrangement with the bookings office and agreement of the local House Manager.  A charge is made if you are requesting a morning arrival, as this means we cannot take a booking for the night before your arrival date.

    What is the latest departure time?

    10.00am.  The House Manager will discuss arrangements for your departure on the day you arrive.

    How far to the nearest town?

    About 5 minutes drive to Fivemiletown.  About 20 mins drive to the larger town of Enniskillen.

    Is there a caterer who will come in to cook meals?

    We do not know of anyone who can go in to cook meals at this property.

    Is it suitable for children?

    Yes, but there are no single beds only 2 double bedded rooms.

    Is it suitable for older people?

    Yes.  This property is ideal for older people as all the rooms are situated on the ground floor.

    Does it have facilities for disabled people?

    The ground floor bathroom may be suitable for the assisted disabled depending on their level of mobility as there is no walk in shower, only a bath.

    Is it suitable for a wheelchair?


    Is there central heating?
    There is underfloor heating throughout the lodge.

    Is the cooker electric or gas?

    There is an electric cooker

    Is there a shower?

    No, there is only a bath in the bathroom.

    How many bathrooms?


    Do you supply towels and bed linen?

    Yes.  The beds will be made up on your arrival and you will be provided with a bath towel and guest towel according to the number of beds in the property.

    Can I get to the house by public transport?

    Yes but public transport is limted.  You would get a bus to Enniskillen and then a local bus to Brookeborough. A taxi could take you onwards from there to the lodge.  However, you would need a car to get to local shops, etc.

    Where is the nearest train station?

    There is no train station near this property.

    What type of heating is in the house?

    Underfloor heating.

    Can I book for just one night?


    What is your minimum booking period?

    Irish Landmark Trust have a 2 night stay minimum at all of our properties.  Some Special Dates will have restrictions on arrival and departure date which will effect the minimum number of nights.

    Is there a garden at the house?

    Yes, there is a large lawned area.

    Is there outdoor furniture.

    Yes, a table and chairs are provided.

    How many cars can I bring to the house?


    Is there parking on site?

    Yes, there is parking for 2 cars to the side of the lodge.

  • location

    Belleek Pottery Visitors Centre



    Phone: 028 6865 8501

    Address: 3 Main Street, Enniskillen, Fermanagh, BT93 3FY, Northern Ireland


    Enniskillen Castle & Museum



    Phone: 028 66 325000

    Address: Fermanagh County Museum, Enniskillen Castle, Castle Barracks, Enniskillen, Co Fermanagh, N. Ireland, BT74 7HL


    Angling Lough Erne



    Phone: 028 6632 3110

    Address: Fermanagh Tourist Information Centre, Wellington Road, Enniskillen


    25 Walks in Fermanagh

    Web: OR


    Phone: 028 9030 3930

    Address: Countryside Access and Activities Network, The Stableyard, Barnett's Demesne, Malone Road, Belfast, BT9 5PB


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