Leginn Cornmill & Millers Cottage

Places to Stay | Co. Fermanagh, Northern Ireland.



Leginn Cornmill is a grade B2 Listed Building. It is steeped in history from it’s very beginnings through it’s working life and on to the more recent renovations which have given it a whole new lease of life.

Enjoy a unique holiday stay in this recently renovated 19th Century Corn Mill – a modern cottage has been tastefully adjoined to the old Mill building, this combines the quaint charm of the old with the conveniences of the new.

The earliest record of the Mill is 1834 when it is recorded on the 6” Ordinance Survey map of the time, although the Mill would have been in existence for some time before this date.

The Corn Mill was powered by water taken from a nearby stream; this water was channelled to the waterwheel via the Mill dam. A sluice gate controlled the flow of water to the Mill wheel.

Inside the Mill & Cottage
The ground floor comprises of an open plan kitchen and living area.

The hallway and stairs to the upper floor are located within the old Mill building. In this area the gearing mechanism for the mill remains intact and is on display as are other tools and items found during the renovation work.

The upper floor of the cottage comprises of 2 spacious bedrooms, one twin and one can be used as twin or double with large king size bed.  Both bedrooms have en-suite facilities.  There are also 2 extra guest beds.

The top floor of the mill has been restored and remains mostly in its original condition. On display are the original grinding stones, grain hoppers and old original beams & sack hoist. This area also doubles as a games room with table tennis, pool table and some exercise equipment.

Address: Leginn Cornmill & Millers Cottage, Old Mill, Leginn, Derrylin, Enniskillen, Co. Fermanagh BT92 9PA


One Response to Leginn Cornmill & Millers Cottage

  1. I was brought up in the next house up the hill, and walked past the working mill on my way to school in Derrylin, where the Patterson children also attended.It is wonderful to see and read of the restoration on Google, and I look forward to visiting it today.

    Elizabeth Rooney September 14, 2013 at 8:39 am Reply

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