Glenfarne is a small village located in the north of County Leitrim, Ireland. It is the site of the original "Ballroom of Romance", which inspired a short story by William Trevor and was subsequently turned into a movie by the BBC. Glenfarne also has a lakeside forest near Lough MacNean, a lake bordering parts of Northern Ireland, including towns such as Belcoo in County Fermanagh.
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Glenfarne, Leitrim, Co. Leitrim
Located in Glenfarne in North Leitrim, Clancys of Glenfarne features a family-run guest house with free Wi-Fi, free private parking and a garden. It is situated on the main N16 Route linking North East and West Ireland.
Brockagh, Glenfarne, F91 N9TT, Co. Leitrim
Our restaurant has established an excellent reputation for serving good home cooked food at very affordable prices. Our menu is varied to suit all tastes and our now famous breakfast is available from 8.00 am. Sunday Lunch has become a special treat