Five-star hotel, spa and golf resort in Enniskillen, Northern Ireland
A WORLD APART
Luxury's pioneer in Northern Ireland
Nestled in 600 acres of untouched Enniskillen countryside, Lough Erne is a secluded escape where the land cradles the water, and proud traditions are woven together with true modern luxury. Drawing inspiration from our tranquil loughside location, it's a place to reconnect with nature, yourself, and the people who matter most. And with luxury rooms and suites, a Thai-inspired spa, championship golf and three unique dining experiences, it's no surprise that we're known as one of the best resorts in Northern Ireland.
Autumn Two Night Stay with Cruise on Lough Erne
Getaway from it all this Summer with a two night midweek stay in a luxury guestroom with a captivating 60-minute cruise on Lough Erne with Erne Water Taxi.
Prices from £179
Autumn Stay with £70 Complimentary Resort Credits
Escape to the countryside this Autumn and reward yourself with a luxury overnight stay, including a lakeside breakfast, use of the infinity pool and £70 of complimentary resort credit.
Prices from £263
Overnight Stay with 5-Course Dinner in Catalina Restaurant
This Spring enjoy a luxury dinner in our award winning Catalina Restaurant, followed by a luxurious overnight stay and an indulgent breakfast the next morning.
Prices from £419
Overnight stay with golf on the Faldo Course
Follow in the footsteps of golfing giants such as Rory McIlroy and Padraig Harrington with a captivating round of golf on The Faldo Course followed by a luxurious overnight stay. Awaken to a lakeside breakfast and use of the infinity pool.
Rooms, Suites & Lodges
Award-winning spa facilities
The Thai Spa
A ritual of restoration
Inspired by the ancient wellness practices of Thailand, The Thai Spa is a soothing sanctum for the senses. Disconnect from the day-to-day and embrace the ancient Thai approach to wellness, nourishing mind, body and soul.
Spend a while unwinding in the infinity pool and soak up the subtle scents of authentic Asian herbs. Or, indulge in a soul-soothing treatment to revive and reconnect.
In The Country
Play golf at Lough Erne
Our 36-hole golf experience is the peak of the game. Feel the overwhelming sense of history and distinction when you step up to tee off. A natural habitat for excellence, Lough Erne is home to the awarding-winning Faldo Course, Castle Hume Golf Course, and a state-of-the-art Golf Academy.
Say "I do"
Get married in Enniskillen
Every love story deserves the perfect setting, and our 600-acre peninsula promises a backdrop pulled straight from a fairytale.
Family stays in Northern Ireland
Our resort is home to plenty of attractions for the whole family to enjoy, including our Enchantment fairytale trail which passes through the estate's woodland.
Explore it all
Activities & experiences
Roam the Fermanagh lakelands, embark on an action-packed adventure, or discover Enniskillen's rich heritage for yourself - at Lough Erne, no two stays are the same. From our estate, you'll be perfectly placed to explore Ulster and beyond.
Three AA Rosette dining in Enniskillen
A landscape of flavour
We're proud of our heritage. That's why we've cultivated long-lasting relationships with local farmers, fishmongers and suppliers to create Irish-inspired dishes that showcase the very best seasonal flavours.
Our connection to the landscape that surrounds us is best demonstrated in the food that we serve across our three restaurants. From three AA-Rosette-winning experiences to laid-back feasts rooted in centuries of history, our resort celebrates all aspects of Irish dining.
This love of all things local is championed by our Executive Chef, Stephen Holland and his culinary team. Many of them spent their childhoods on family farms, it's no surprise that good eating underpins everything they do.
Whether that means selecting the choicest cuts to serve in the Loughside Grill, reinventing classic Irish dishes in The Blaney Bar, or elevating foodie-favourite flavours to a fine art in Catalina Restaurant, you'll find more than just a taste of tradition at Lough Erne.