Belmore Court Motel

Address: 5 Wickham Drive, Enniskillen, County Fermanagh, Northern Ireland, BT74 6HX, United Kingdom | 4 star motel
 
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This 4 star motel, located on 5 Wickham Drive, Enniskillen, is near Enniskillen Castle, Castle Coole, Headhunters Barber Shop & Railway Museum, and Sheelin Antique Irish Lace Museum and shop.
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      Historical Traveler Reviews Belmore Court Motel Enniskillen

      Just okay

      from

      Budget accomadation, the motel is in a good central location, the staff were warm and inviting but the room was a wee bit grubby and definately could have done with updating, the smell of fag smoke was overpowering but in all fairness the hotel was very cheap, fine for a one night stay but I would not recommend staying any longer than this.

      We do have non smoking rooms available was well as larger rooms with mini kitchens for long stay guests.

      I am happy to correspond further if required.

      Terry McCartney

      Fine for what you pay for it- and great service

      from

      A large group of us came here for friends' wedding and stayed a couple of nights. Although we had ordered basic rooms two of the rooms were upgraded to family apartments at no extra cost.

      My husband and I had a room on the ground floor at the back and although the decor wasn't great, the room was at least clean (I was worried, having read some of the reviews on here) and the bed comfy. My only gripe was the lack of air conditioning. The room smelt initially of chlorine when we got there (perhaps the price we paid for it being clean), to be replaced by old cigs and then, once we got the windows open, petrol (the motel backs onto a main road with a garage on the other side). But every cloud has, they say... at least the garage has a well-stocked mini-mart.

      Lauren at reception was fab throughout our stay, and the staff let us hang onto the two family rooms past check-out time so that we could get ready for the wedding (however in fairness to the staff, don't bank on that as they may be more busy than when we were there!)

      Don't come here expecting luxury or facilities (as the cliche goes, you get what you pay for), and you won't be disappointed. It's cheap, and easy enough to walk into the centre of town. Fine for a short budget stay or if you are just passing through.

      We provide good quality, value for money accommodation at a central location.

      Terry McCartney

      Truly ordinary accommodation

      from

      I booked on the internet and the photos and description did not live up to expectation. But you get what you pay for and I should have known better really. The motel is very average in every way. It's located in a nowhere part of town, too much traffic passing at night, and a terrible room that probably hasn't been updated since the place was first built. It felt like a really sad place for the lonely business traveller. I wouldn't recommend staying here. On reflection we would have been better to have sought out a B&B with more to offer in location, ambience, staff friendliness and comfort. Belmore Court should be a last resort!

      The Motel has a town centre location and as such will have an element of traffic noise at peak times.

      We feel our website adequately describes the motel and its facilities.

      Rooms are updated regularly but a major refurbishment is due in Jan 2007.

      I am happy to correspond further if required.

      Terry McCartney

      Not great.

      from

      We only stayed here one night but that was enough! The staff were fine but the room was grubby and smelt of cigarettes, even though it was non-smoking. Didn't really fancy cooking anything in the tiny kitchen after I found a previous guest's chips in the microwave! Whole place could do with a good clean and some modernisation.

      These problems should not have arisen and I appologise. You should have contacted reception about both these problems and hopefully give us an opportunity to rectify.

      I am happy to correspond further if required.

      Terry McCartney

      Does exactly what it says on the tin

      from

      Functional and inexpensive. Very good location. Staff were most helpful. I would stay here again.

      Just what I wanted at the rite price

      from

      Stumbled upon this hotel in frommers guide and then visited their website motel. Booking online was easy and immediate.

      The receptionist was friendly and gave us edtails about discounts in local reastaurant - no food onsite.

      The room was clean and modern. The best part was having a kitchen. We have a 1 yr old son and needed hot milk etc.

      It worked out at $70 for the 3 of us to stay 1 nite.

      Very central.

      Would stay again

      Terrible!!!

      from

      Was extremely dissappointed with my room! It was not very nice. Very noisy at night and the bathroom floor was very dirty. Also, no breakfast is included. There were cigarette burns on my carpet and dirty marks on one walls. I only stayed one night but was thankfull that I did not have to stay another nighte.

      I appologise for the state of the room. You should have contacted us during your stay to see if we could rectify. This is not our normal standard.

      I am happy to correspond further if required.

      Terry McCartney

      An OK motel, barely

      from

      Enniskillen Fri, 24-Sep-04 Belmore Court Motel (commercial URL) 42

      Loc: convenient ; Rm: tiny ; Bathrm: tiny ; Bkft:no ; Staff: OK ; Value: 3-/5

      Comment: OK to put your head, if you have no choice

      TripAdvisor Reviews Belmore Court Motel Enniskillen

      4.50 of 5 stars Outstanding
       

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