The Shannon Lodge Hotel has 14 light and comfortable rooms.
All rooms are newly renovated in with en-suite and WiFi.
Rooms located above resturant and bar.
Banagher’s greatest literary association is probably with Anthony Trollope, who became one of the most successful, prolific and respected English novelists of the Victorian era. Here at the Shannon Lodge Hotel, we have a room in honour of Anthony Trolop’s stay.
We also have a room in honour of Charlotte Brontë. She had a brief association with Banagher in the mid-1850s when she married one Arthur Bell Nicholls, her father’s curate. Nicholls was born of Scottish parents in County Antrim in 1818. He was orphaned early and subsequently brought up by his uncle, Alan Bell, in Banagher. Alan Bell was headmaster at the Royal School at Cuba Court at that time.
Private parking to the rear of the hotel