Enjoy the contrast of rugged Irish countryside and coast whilst staying in a sumptous, character cottage. Bluebell Cottage is a five star luxury property that combines the charm of tradition with modern finishes, furnishing and equipment. Bluebell is located on a private 11 acre park right on the shore of Lough Erne, enjoying splendid woodland and lough views. With Lough Erne, the jewel in Fermanagh’s crown, literally right outside your door, you will be assured of magical moods and stunning views. You can stroll by serene tranquil waters, framed by mellow mists, and rolling hillsides in an area of outstanding natural beauty. This peace and quiet has to be experienced!
- A large cosy lounge with log burning stove, widescreen TV, DVD, Hi-Fi, CD, books, games, CDs, DVDs, welcome pack and guide to things to do and places to visit
- Sun lounge, overlooking lough, with wicker furniture opening onto the patioKitchen/diner, overlooking lough, fully equipped, opening onto patio
- Spacious twin bedroom with fitted furniture and spacious ensuite
- Enclosed patio with furniture and BBQ overlooking woodland and the lough
- Kitchen equipped with fridge, freezer, oven, hob, microwave, washing machine, tumble dryer, dishwasher, electric vegetable steamer, kettle, coffee maker, toaster, food processor, mixer, vacuum cleaner, iron and the usual kitchen equipment. Flatscreen TV, Freeview, CD, radio
There is a full Gourmet Kitchen at Bluebell Cottage.
Choose to cook and enjoy your meals at the house, or head into Enniskillen, where a great variety of restaurants, ‘pub-grub’ and take-away establishments are available.
On the Map: Enniskillen is located almost exactly in the centre of County Fermanagh in the southwest corner of Northern Ireland. The town is well connected via the A4 coming from Sligo town (to the west), and the A4 coming from Belfast (to the east).
Enniskillen is the County Town of Fermanagh, and separates the Upper and Lower sections of Lough Erne. The town is home to a population of approximately 11,500, by far the largest settlement in the County. As one would expect, the town is a retail centre for the County, and beyond, but it has yet to succumb to the blandness which infects many modern towns.
The town centre is firmly built along the long, narrow Main St, which actually changes name six times along its length! This gives the town a real sense of bustle and life as well as imbuing the shops with their own unique character. There is no new, anonymous, development to be found on the Main Street and the established High Street Stores sit comfortably beside small independent traders, creating a special atmosphere for the place. A feature of Enniskillen which is becoming increasingly unusual is the number of small bars and hostelries which appear on the Main Street, providing welcome relief from the shops!