Lough Erne Resort
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- 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: BELFAST
- Distance: 88 miles
- 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: Belfast Distance: 88 miles
To view our full selection of accommodation in Fermanagh, view our hotels in Fermanagh page.
TripAdvisor Traveller Rating
- Overall: based on 2055 reviews
- Sleep Quality:
Stay Date: 05/2019, MAFJ5 wrote this review.
Location quiet and the grounds fabulous. Obviously special for those who like golf. I think the hotel however is tired and in need of attention. The room was nice and a beautiful view of the lough. We could leave the windows open and not be disturb… See more
Location quiet and the grounds fabulous. Obviously special for those who like golf. I think the hotel however is tired and in need of attention. The room was nice and a beautiful view of the lough. We could leave the windows open and not be disturbed by anything more than the birds. Comfortable bed and extra pillows available. Evening turn down service available. Three of the walls were scuffed in the room and in one place the paper torn. A number of pieces of the furniture chipped. Regular maintenance would sort this sort of problem. It just felt that the hotel lacked that personal touch and special experience that a 5* should offer. No one introduced themselves, arrival was simply a check in, no - would you like to book the spa or do you need any more info. Real missed opportunity. They are short staffed. I’ve never queued for breakfast because there wasn’t enough staff. I could understand if it was really busy but it wasn’t. There were lots of empty tables but not enough people to turn them over. At breakfast both buffet and menu options are available and were very nice. We also queued to check in and check out. We could see other staff going in and out of back office but no one came to help the one receptionist. It’s not a nice first impression. We ate in the bar one night simply because there was no vegetarian option outlined (it does say available) on the restaurant menu. This is always worrying as it feels like an after thought. There were a couple of options in the bar which were nice. The tables in the bar do need some attention round the edges as does the floor. A good clean and some sanding would really help both. The library was really lovely and a quiet retreat. We did have a nice stay, however am not sure this continues to be a 5*. Recently stayed in the Merchant in Belfast which is definitely 5* with attention to every detail and apart from location this doesn’t compare. The Slieve Donard is a 4* and I think the Lough Erne is comparable on location. Never had chipped furniture or scuffed walls in these hotels though. Collapse
Spa break at Lough Erne Resort
Stay Date: 05/2019, Madge M wrote this review.
We got a room with a lake view. The room was spacious and comfortable. The spa facilities are amazing. I had a full body massage which I really enjoyed. We had dinner in The Catalina Restaurant. The food was of a high standard and the wine was good t… See more
We got a room with a lake view. The room was spacious and comfortable. The spa facilities are amazing. I had a full body massage which I really enjoyed. We had dinner in The Catalina Restaurant. The food was of a high standard and the wine was good too. The breakfast menu was varied and we enjoyed it very much. Overall we had a great experience at Lough Erne Resort Hotel. Collapse
Stay Date: 05/2019, NoeleneG4 wrote this review.
Attended my cousin's wedding at the weekend, and left looking forward to returning to the Lough Erne. The happiness and helpfulness of the staff from the greeting at the door until we were leaving. The food was exceptional! Well done to everyone! We … See more
Attended my cousin's wedding at the weekend, and left looking forward to returning to the Lough Erne. The happiness and helpfulness of the staff from the greeting at the door until we were leaving. The food was exceptional! Well done to everyone! We look forward to returning and availing of the Spa next time too. Collapse
Stay Date: 05/2019, 842phoebeg wrote this review.
My partner and I spent a night here after booking the Spring Reviver package and we certainly left feeling refreshed and revived! The staff were welcoming and friendly at every encounter. We dined in the Loughside and I had a beautiful vegan curry an… See more
My partner and I spent a night here after booking the Spring Reviver package and we certainly left feeling refreshed and revived! The staff were welcoming and friendly at every encounter. We dined in the Loughside and I had a beautiful vegan curry and the best onion rings I have ever had! Particular thanks to all the staff who went out of their way to check meals and ingredients for my dietary requirements. Our lodge room with lake view was stunning - and the bath was brilliant! What a luxury! Overall I cannot rate our stay highly enough and I look forward to returning to try out a few new vegan breakfast options. Collapse
Lovely Lough Erne
Stay Date: 04/2019, gav353530 wrote this review.
We dropped in for a drink and a late lunch on a Friday afternoon in Blaney's Bar. There were plenty of seats and the view from the bar is amazing. We ordered a couple of white wines (£7.50 a glass) and a beer. Food was good and reasonably priced a… See more
We dropped in for a drink and a late lunch on a Friday afternoon in Blaney's Bar. There were plenty of seats and the view from the bar is amazing. We ordered a couple of white wines (£7.50 a glass) and a beer. Food was good and reasonably priced and the waiting staff were first class. Well worth a visit (albeit a slightly expensive lunch). Collapse
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