Lough Erne Resort
5 5 Star:
Per Person Per Night
- On-site restaurant
- Home to two Championship Golf Courses
- Relax and unwind at the Thai Spa
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The luxurious Lough Erne Resort, Enniskillen, stands proud on its very own 600 acre peninsula, between Castle Hume Lough and Lower Lough Erne. Enjoy stunning panoramic views from almost every vantage point of this unique resort. Set in breathtaking surroundings, the Lough Erne Resort in County Fermanagh, offers the perfect blend of peace, tranquillity and activity.
The Lough Erne Resort is home to two Championship Golf Courses, including The Faldo Course, designed by Nick Faldo himself. This fabulous course takes full advantage of the natural topography of the area and provides golfers with superb all year round playing conditions as well as spectacular views of The Fermanagh Lakelands. Lough Erne Resort truly is a golfer’s paradise.
Escape the fast pace of everyday life by relaxing and unwinding in the Lough Erne Resort's magnificent Thai Spa. Thai treatments are carried out by therapists who originate from, and are expertly trained in Thailand, using Traditional Thai Therapies and Thai-made Lau Erb products; feel a sense of inner calm, with complete rejuvenation for the mind, body and soul.
Lough Erne Resort offers dining options to suit everyone, at anytime of the day or evening. Whether it’s a pre-game breakfast in The Loughside Bar & Grill; a light lunch in The Blaney Bar; catching up with friends over Afternoon Tea in The Garden Hall, taking a break from Play and enjoying a light bite at The Halfway House, behind the 9th Green of The Faldo Championship Course, or sampling fine dining in the 2AA Rosette Catalina Restaurant, you are guaranteed the most memorable dining experience.
Hotel Facilities & Services
- Total Rooms Number: 120
- Lift to all Floors
- Tea and Coffee Making Facilities
- Internet Access
- Room Service Not 24hr: Yes
- In Room Safe
- Non Smoking Rooms
- Ground Floor Rooms
- Direct Dial Telephone
- Iron/Ironing Board
- Cable/Satellite TV channels
- Parking at Hotel Free: Yes
- Indoor Pool Free: Yes
- Treatment Rooms
- Golf Course (18-hole) Free: No
- Gym Free: Yes
- Name: ENNISKILLEN
- Distance: 3 miles
- Name: DUBLIN INTERNATIONAL
- Distance: 170 kilometres
- Interconnecting Rooms
Bar and Restaurant
Breakfast served from
- Saturday/Sunday: 07:00
- Monday to Friday: 07:00
Breakfast served to
- Saturday/Sunday: 10:30
- Monday to Friday: 10:00
- Restaurant in hotel
- Nearest Rail Name: Enniskillen Distance: 3 miles
- Nearest Airport Name: Dublin International Distance: 170 kilometres
To view our full selection of accommodation in Fermanagh, view our hotels in Fermanagh page.
TripAdvisor Traveller Rating
- Overall: based on 1539 reviews
- Sleep Quality:
Stay Date: 11/2017, wendycw wrote this review.
5 of us stayed in a 2 bedroom lodge. Staff were so courteous and nothing was too much trouble. Lodge had all the amenities you could need and was very spacious. The single beds were tiny but comfy. Breakfast was excellent too. Can’t wait to return.
5 of us stayed in a 2 bedroom lodge. Staff were so courteous and nothing was too much trouble. Lodge had all the amenities you could need and was very spacious. The single beds were tiny but comfy. Breakfast was excellent too. Can’t wait to return. Collapse
Relaxing break in a wonderful setting
Stay Date: 11/2017, 500SL wrote this review.
Had read a lot about Lough Erne resort and was quite excited about our two days staying there in 5 star luxury. The estate doesn’t disappoint impressive drive up to the hotel and golf courses, parking was a bit busy at the front of the hotel but the … See more
Had read a lot about Lough Erne resort and was quite excited about our two days staying there in 5 star luxury. The estate doesn’t disappoint impressive drive up to the hotel and golf courses, parking was a bit busy at the front of the hotel but the helpful doorman found a space reasonably close. Our room was not ready as we had arrived early so away for a coffee in the Blaney Bar, a very nice comfortable space overlooking the lake. The service was good and the staff friendly the coffee was mediocre and expensive and a bit disappointing if I am honest. I noted they have a policy of adding service charges on all the bills not something I am familiar with and not a great idea in my opinion, I like to reward good service myself. However our room was very clean as is the rest of the hotel it even smells clean as you walk through to the room. The room was a good size and well set up a good size bathroom again spotless with really good quality towels and a decent sized shower. The bed was very comfortable as well , my only reservation was that the room was quite warm and there were no heating controls in the room we solved this by opening the window not a problem as it was very quiet. Had food in the Blaney Bar a limited offering but enough of a menu to satisfy most tastes, we had the fish and chips nice fish,light batter, and the sliders which I really enjoyed one of each pork, chicken and beef and chips on the side. It was well-done and very tasty. A good selection of beers as well is on offer. The breakfast was a disappointment I personally think five star establishments shouldn’t offer buffet breakfast at all so that’s a black mark for me before we start reviewing . But apart from that the quality of the sausages and bacon was quite poor made worse by sitting in the warming pans. We were delivered toast that was not toasted a lack of training and attention to detail,this is not five star style,whoever filled the toast rack must have known that it wasn’t done properly.Everything else on the buffet was very good the porridge was particularly good. The next morning I ordered from the menu ,eggs benedict, but even then the quality of the bacon let the dish down and one egg was hard and one soft attention to detail lacking lacking again as in our toast episode from the day before. Anyway those are my criticisms over, the rest of the quality of our stay was excellent we ate in the Catalina Restaurant and I couldn’t praise it enough, the service first class from really nice people who were interested in what they were doing. The food quality and presentation was first class from obviously someone in the kitchen who knew what they were doing. We really enjoyed our stay at Lough Erne and will definitely be visiting again, next time Golf is on the agenda after walking the course I must play here it is a very interesting course which looks very challenging. Collapse
Family mini break
Stay Date: 11/2017, sinead8380 wrote this review.
My husband, our baby daughter and I are just after coming back from two wonderful nights in the lough erne resort hotel. The staff are a credit to the hotel. We truly enjoyed our mini break and found all the facilities top notch. Food is wonderful, t… See more
My husband, our baby daughter and I are just after coming back from two wonderful nights in the lough erne resort hotel. The staff are a credit to the hotel. We truly enjoyed our mini break and found all the facilities top notch. Food is wonderful, there are some beautiful walks and some lovely places to just relax in the hotel. We found the staff so friendly and helpful. Each member we encountered made an effort to acknowledge and talk to our 6 month old daughter and we really appreciated this. Also the facilities were excellent for her. Would definitely recommend this hotel to all our family and friends. Collapse
Very disappointing stay with no feedback
Stay Date: 10/2017, Roisin M wrote this review.
I was very disappointed with my stay at the Lough Erne. I had never stayed there before but I had heard wonderful things. I had booked it as a surprise for my boyfriend for our anniversary and I felt we were both terribly let down. When we arrived we… See more
I was very disappointed with my stay at the Lough Erne. I had never stayed there before but I had heard wonderful things. I had booked it as a surprise for my boyfriend for our anniversary and I felt we were both terribly let down. When we arrived we parked at the Bar and Grill as we had never been before and wasn’t sure about the parking situation. We walked down to front reception where the concierge kindly took our bags. The lady behind the desk told us we would be staying in Lodge 1. I wasn’t aware I would be staying in a lodge or what the difference in it and a standard room was, nor did I know that other people would be sharing the lodge with us. She tried to explain where the lodge was using a map however, when explaining the map was upside down from where were we standing and the directions were very confusing. We lifted our bags and asked the concierge which lodge we would be staying in, he pointed at the round lodge which we then found was lodge 2. When we drove down to lodge 2, I looked at our Room Key which said ‘Lodge 1/2’ confused by this I assumed we were at the right place. When our room keys would not work my boyfriend suggested our lodge was the one up the hill, which actually was Lodge 1. We walked up to lodge 1 and our room key worked however, the door would not open. Hoping I wasn’t at ANOTHER wrong Lodge I tried several times alongside my boyfriend to open the door, but we could not. I then rang the hotel and was put through to a woman called Ruth and explained what was wrong. She said she was going to put me through to another person. After 5 minutes of dial tone Ruth answered again with the welcome message of the Lough Erne, frustrated I said that I had talked to her previously about the broken door? Very apologetic that no one answered, she put me through to someone else, who put me through to a final person who asked the concierge to come to the lodge. The concierge after much difficulty shouldered the door open. He was very apologetic and was arranging someone to come and fix the door. I was worried that if i were to leave the lodge, I wouldn’t be able to get the door open again. My boyfriend and I were then wondering if there were changing facilities in the spa as the woman behind the desk suggested we walk in our swimwear and gowns through the empty car park and the cold to the spa; which I felt quite uncomfortable about doing. I then tried to ring the front desk to ask but the phone in our lodge did not work. We then walked over to the spa ourselves to ask for advice. The Spa staff were very accommodating and said we would be able to change there, but they suggested we do not come back until approximately 6 as the pool was full as it was currently children’s hour. I then said we would go for a walk around the water and come back. Excited to get outside and walk the lovely water walkways, unfortunately the walkways were closed and we couldn’t get very far with our walk. Thankfully our door was fixed and we could then wait in our room until we could go to the spa. When we got to the Spa, the female changing room was drenched. It felt like I was at a local leisure centre, the changing room was that wet and difficult to change in. The spa itself was rather nice however when I went into the sauna a number of other guests told me that it was out of order. Unhappy with our experience so far we could not fault our dinner in the Loughside Bar and Grill, the food was lovely and the service was quick and cheerful. The next morning we were awoken by the sound of someone cutting the grass in and around the golf course right below our window at 8am, so we didn’t get the lie in we had hoped for. We had a great breakfast in the Catalina Restaurant. My boyfriend and I went back to the room to get ready to leave. This was at 11am, I was changing and my boyfriend was in the shower. I heard the doorbell and the the cleaner shout housekeeping. I thought surely they couldn’t be coming into our room as we don’t check out until 12, the house keeper walked straight into our room whilst I was mid change, quickly apologised and left. When we went to check out I had fully intended to tell the person at the desk about all the things I felt let down by when coming to this 5 star resort, however she never even asked how our stay was. Angry, I took our things and left as promptly as possible. I had emailed the resort back with this feedback and never heard back from them, which I found quite unprofessional. Collapse
Taste of Mondays
Stay Date: 07/2017, rhastings1066 wrote this review.
Absolutely loved my overnight stay at the Lough Erne. A beautiful resort. The hotel and grounds are stunning. It was my boyfriends birthday and we received a lovely birthday gift in the room and at dinner. We had booked in for the Taste of Mondays ev… See more
Absolutely loved my overnight stay at the Lough Erne. A beautiful resort. The hotel and grounds are stunning. It was my boyfriends birthday and we received a lovely birthday gift in the room and at dinner. We had booked in for the Taste of Mondays event during the summer with a multi-course dinner. The food was incredible. Collapse
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