Fenagh Village is a small rural village in the south of Leitrim, which is rich in heritage. It has two Abbeys built in the 5th and 6th centuries and a number of standing stones, a giant’s grave, fairy fort and dolmen. Information on the history of Fenagh can be found in Fenagh Visitor Centre, restored and run by the local community. It offers the history of Fenagh, a soft play area for children and a coffee shop. The main Abbey boasts the only fully intact Gothic window in Ireland. The window is replicated in the gable end of the Church of Ireland building in Fenagh. To explore more of the rich heritage of County Leitrim, why not enjoy a stay at The Old Rectory Bed and Breakfast and Self-Catering in a listed Georgian home, in the heart of the countryside. The key for the Abbey can be got from The Old Rectory Bed and Breakfast.