The Bridge House Cottage feels like the perfect holiday home by a lake. Warm, spacious and well-stocked with kitchen bits and bobs.
Cathcart’s Lodge is a roomy bungalow with astonishing views.
Both are popular with fishermen, who make full use of the barbecue grills when the catch is good.
The Walled Garden Cottage was built more than two centuries ago for the Estate’s Head Gardener. It has been refurbished and is a cosy retreat in the heart of the Estate, with views over the countryside and Upper Lough Erne.
Originally built for the ferryman who rowed passengers to the island before the bridge was constructed, this cottage is surrounded by attractive woodlands and sits on the banks of Upper Lough Erne.
Inside: Sitting room, kitchen, dining room, bedroom with en suite, bedroom with twin beds and en suite.
Outside: Bait fridge, picnic table and barbecue grill, mooring for small boats. This is an ideal cottage for the serious fisherman.