Log Cabins on a Remote Island for 3/4 Nights just £399 for up to 6 x people
Escape to the bliss of a remote island accessible only by small boat…
These beautiful log cabins will sleep up to 6 x people and included access to the spa facilities and swimming pool.
There are various options available to choose from with dates right through into 2016 which you can check out HERE.
Encircled by calm waters and alive with lush greenery and wildlife, Lusty Beg Island rests upon 75 acres of private land in the heart of the Fermanagh Lakelands, allowing the outdoorsy types to easily embark on a an array of activities including canoeing, walking forest trails abundant in local flora and fauna, or exploring the island’s rustic terrain on wheels.
Each four star Inish lodge comes with living and dining area, featuring a fitted kitchen, a sun terrace, a master bedroom with balcony and two twin bedrooms. Each lodge has two bathrooms and can sleep up to six.
A restaurant with constantly changing menu and a rustic bar welcome visitors with warm ambiance and tasty local produce and a choice of beverages.
For balmy summer evenings under the stars, one of the lodges boasts a six-seater hot tub for an additional cost. Guests are advised to enquire about availability upon booking
To unwind, travellers may try out the Island Spa centre, where locally harvested organic products are used to both relax and strengthen body and spirit alike.
Marking the southwest border of North Ireland, Co. Fermanagh appears as an interplay of rolling countryside, lakes and waterways, a dreamland for lovers of all things rural and of outdoor pursuits. Enniskillen is the county town, and largest urban settlement in Fermanagh, boasting historical attractions such as the 18th century Castle Coole and the Enniskillen Castle, now home to the 5th Royal Inniskilling Dragoon Guards and the Royal Inniskilling Fusiliers.
Globetrotters can also visit the Florence Court, just south of Enniskillen, and the Devenish Island for further historical sightseeing, but for a taste of the county’s nature beauties, the outdoorsy can consider the Marble Arch Caves and the untamed Crom Estate.