Your Journey Begins Here
When visiting Enniskillen, your journey begins here. Our holiday home is available for short-term rental and is ideal for family getaways or as a base for exploring this stunning part of the world.
Up to 6 Guests | 3 Bedrooms | 4 Beds | 2 Bathrooms | A Home From Home
Discover Our Natural Beauty
Nestled on a small island separating Upper and Lower Lough Erne, Enniskillen’s stunning waterside setting is packed with cafes and many small, independent shops. Over the summer, day-trip boats are available to rent in the centre of Enniskillen, 5 minutes drive from the property!
Our home from home is the perfect base to explore the charms of County Fermanagh and the breathtaking scenery that it has to offer.
Something that has always drawn us to Enniskillen are the amount of beautiful places to walk with our dogs – past and present! We have made sure that our rental home is dog friendly, when well behaved dogs are accompanied by well behaved owners! Please respect that the property is strictly no smoking.
Our house is on the outskirts of Enniskillen, one mile from the town centre and a few miles from the Lough Erne Resort, close to all amenities and the many attractions that County Fermanagh has to offer. Our home is very well equipped for exploring Enniskillen and County Fermanagh, as well as for day trips into the surrounding Counties.
Enniskillen is close to our hearts as it is where we grew up; it is a place that we always find ourselves returning to, whether it is by ourselves, with our children, but always with our dog – Finn!
The Most Desirable of Destinations
Enniskillen has something for everyone, children included; the town is home to the Fermanagh Lakeland Forum which features a swimming pool and lots of other amenities for the kids to take advantage of!
Here are just a few of our favourite local spots; please feel free to reach out to us with any questions regarding things to do and places to see in County Fermanagh.
Cuilcagh Boardwalk Trail
This hike is nicknamed the ‘Stairway to Heaven,’ and for good reason. Unfortunately there are no dogs allowed, but a beautiful hike none the less! The hike is a 7.5 mile round trip and takes roughly 3.5 hours to complete with a lunch stop along the way. This is the perfect way to get outdoors for some exercise and fresh air with family and friends.
The castle was built in 1618 and fell briefly into Irish hands in 1641, and was held by Gustavus Hamilton, governor of Enniskillen in 1688. It was then burned in the 18th century and was left abandoned.
Lough Erne is the name of two connected lakes in County Fermanagh, Northern Ireland. It is the second-biggest lake system in Northern Ireland and Ulster, and the fourth biggest in Ireland. The lakes are widened sections of the River Erne, which flows into the Atlantic
Why Take Our Word?
We are strangers, why would you just take our word about how fantastic our rental property is? We don’t think that you should have to…