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4 Bedroom House with Lake Access
- 100% refund if you cancel at least 60 days before check-in.
- No refund if you cancel less than 60 days before check-in.
Damage and Incidentals
You will be responsible for any damage to the rental property that is caused by you or your party during your stay.
Max guests: 10
Minimum age of primary renter:
- No Hen or Stag Parties.
Inishkeeragh island is located at the western end of Boa Island in County Fermanagh between the villages of Kesh and Belleek, home of the world famous pottery. The nearest large town is Enniskillen, the market town of Fermanagh which is 20 miles away and boasts a wide range of shopping, leisure and cultural activities along with many fine resturants. Also within easy reach are the Marble Arch Caves, a world heritage site, whilst the glorious beaches of Country Donegal with their superb surfing and resturants are a mere 16 miles away. Kingfisher Lodge is the perfect base from which to access some of the best golf courses in the UK and Ireland, notably Donegal Golf Club and the excellent Faldo Championship Course located at the Lough Erne Resort the venue for the 2013 G8 conference. Castle Caldwell and Castle Archdale are both close by and provide a lovely setting for walks or jogging.
The rivers and lakes of Fermanagh are heavy with fish and Lough Erne has claimed many world coarse angling match records. The trout and salmon fishing is good too - so good in fact, that the locals tend to ignore the coarser kind - and the whole region is highly developed for fishing. Roach, perch, bream, rudd and eels abound, and the reedy shores of Lough Erne hold stocks of heavyweight pike. The Erne is famous for its winter roach and pike fishing though you can catch huge specimens at other seasons too. Lough Melvin has a good run of spring salmon and unusual kinds of trout - peculiar to remote lake. If you are not fishing or cruising or enjoying the water in one way or another there is plenty to do in Fermanagh. Major attractions are the Marble Arch Caves,where a 90 minute guided tour includes an underground boat trip on a subterranean lake and exploration of stalactites and stalagmites in these underwater caves; and two superb stately homes, both in National Trust care and open from April to September. Castle Coole, the Palladian mansion house designed by Jarnes Wyatt for the Earl of Belmore at Enniskillen, was completed in 1796. It contains magnificent woodwork, fireplaces, furniture and a library. Florence Court, seat of the Earls of Enniskillen, has sumptuous rococo plasterwork; in the gardens is the original Florence Court yew tree (taxus baccata fastigiata) now found all over the world. The origins of the island town of Enniskillen go back to prehistory when this short nexus was the main highway between Ulster and Connaught. Enniskillen Castle was the medieval seat of the Maguires, chieftains of Fermanagh, who policed the lough with a private navy of 1,500 boats. Today the castle houses the county museum which contains exhibits and an audio-visual program on the regions natural history, archaeology and folklore, the Regimental museum with trophies of the Inniskilling regiments who fought at Waterloo. Shakespeare's contemporary, Edmund Spenser, wrote about Enniskillen, and Oscar Wilde and Samuel Beckett were both pupils at the royal school here. The Buttermarket is now a craft centre and you can buy lace, knitwear and Belleek china. To see this distinctive porcelain in production, go to Belleek village where the Erne river rushes to meet the Atlantic at last. The Belleek Pottery factory provides visitors with a close-up look at the firing, glazing and decorating of this world-famous porcelain. Belleek was established in 1857 and its craftspeople still employ 19th century techniques. Take time to experience the 20 minute tour.