Situated on the shores of Upper Lough Erne, the four star Fermanagh Lodges offer luxurious self catering accommodation right in the heart of the Fermanagh Lakelands in Northern Ireland.
Rent one of our beautiful Corradillar Cottages – these are detached, self-catering holiday cottages, enjoying a 16-acre lakeshore site with ¾ of a kilometre of lakeshore, two small woodlands and a private marina. All of our cottages sleep 8 people with 4 bedrooms and three bathrooms and are ideal for families, groups of friends, or clubs and societies for whom we can organise special activities such as a private dinner cruise from the marina on site. The cottages are located mid-way between the villages of Lisnaskea and Derrylin.
As well as Corradillar Cottages we also have Cygnet Lodge, which stands on its own lakeshore site near by in extensive gardens. This property also sleeps 8 people with three en suite bedrooms and one with separate bathroom.
Situated in the small woodland behind Cygnet Lodge is Treetop Apartment. This is ideal for a couple , with a twin en-suite bedroom. The first floor apartment offers a self contained unit with open plan kitchen dining area and living area with wood burning stove.
Take the kids large and small exploring on the lake by canoe (a complimentary sit on top canoe is provided with each cottage and Treetop apartment from April to September) or we have fishing boats and engines available to hire. Or bring your own boat and leave it in the private marina on site for the duration of your stay. Visit Gad Island with its look out tower, Crom Castle with the largest Yew Tree in Ireland or Inish Rath, an island with the original Land Steward’s house for the Crom Estate. Fish from the jetty or enjoy the papers from the patio area of your cottage while the kids enjoy the extensive garden area for playing games and the play ground on site.
Use Fermanagh Lodges as a base to enjoy the region’s many attractions or just unwind in the beautiful lakeside location, which is internationally recognised as an area of special scientific interest with its protected populations of otters and swans. We often see deer swimming in the lake in autumn and spring.
Bring the bikes and explore some of the Kingfisher Cycle trail which runs past the entrance gates to the cottages, or cycle off road in Crom, Florencecourt, Castle Archdale or Blessingbourne.