Reyfad () is a townland in County Fermanagh, Northern Ireland. It lies in the land division of Old Barr, in the civil parish of Boho. The townland has previously been called Rayfadd - 1659, Raffada (Magheryboy) - 1672 and Ráith Fada "long fort" - 1833.
This high plateau is known for its extensive cave system (see Caves of the Tullybrack and Belmore hills) and Neolithic stones.
The summit of a nearby hill is known as Tullybrack or Reyfad Mountain () but it is in fact situated in the townland of Aghamore, County Fermanagh, also within the Boho area.
Nearby to Tullybrack summit lies Two Dogs (derived from the Sliabh Dá Chon meaning "the hill of the two hounds"), which was the site of an ancient clan battle, as recorded in the Annals of the Four Masters:
A great number of the men of Breifny were disabled and slain by Muinter-Feodachain, on the hill of Odhra, in Sliabh-da-Chon. They lost no less than forty men, together with Conor, the son of Donnell Mac Sweeny, wh