On the ground floor of each cottage there is a double bedroom and a shower room. There is also a utility room with washing machine and tumble dryer. Kitchen/dining areas are open plan; the modern well equipped kitchens have integrated dishwasher, fridge with freezer box, microwave, ceramic hob etc
On the first floor the master bedroom has a king sized bed and is en suite with a glazed wall and patio doors unto a balcony overlooking the lake with table and chairs. There are also a further two twin rooms which share a bathroom, with shower over bath. All of the bedrooms have built in wardrobes and each cottage has a cot and high chair.
The living areas have comfortable lounge furniture for 8 people, wood burning stove, TV, DVD and CD player. French doors open unto a deck where outdoor chairs, picnic table and charcoal barbeque are provided.
Each cottage has its own garden area and private car parking for three cars. The site is accessed via electronic gates and the cottages re set back 300 metres from the road providing a safe environment for children, and well behaved pets, who are welcome. There is a large mown grass area for outdoor games and a childrenÃ¢€â¢s play area. An outdoor shed is provided for storing bikes, fishing equipment etc.
To provide a hassle free visit, all the cottages are equipped with linen and towels and will have basic supplies of items such as dishwasher tablets, bin bags, cling film etc.
Tree Top Apartments are located 1½ hours from Belfast or 2 hours from Dublin and are only an hour from the west coast for a day in Sligo or Donegal ; head to the magnificent beaches of Rossnowlagh or Streda where there is an excellent display of easily accessible fossils. Or take a journey through Yeats country with its raised beach landscape, stop at the church where he was buried and enjoy lunch at the Waterside at the end of the glacier lake.
During your stay why not visit the newly opened French Restaurant the Watermill just across the bay from your cottage – take a boat over and enjoy a meal looking over the lake.
No holiday or break is complete without a little retail therapy. The island town of Enniskillen offers many unique family run shops as well as multi national stores and has a wealth of excellent pubs and restaurants to suit all tastes and budgets, when your legs need a rest from shopping. If you fancy taking in a live show during your stay we recommend that before your visit you check out the programme at Fermanagh’s Lakeside Theatre, the Ardhowen, and book tickets in advance as most shows are a sell out and it can be hard to get tickets if you leave this until your stay. There is also a vibrant programme of music and festivals in the county details of which can be found on the Fermanagh District Council web site arts section. Places to visit include 3 National Trust Properties.
Share Holiday Village – Across the road from the apartments is the Share Holiday Village who offer a day visitor programme of activities with all equipment and instruction. These include Banana skiing, climbing, archery, go carting, kayaking, windsurfing, sailing, pottery and film production. These can be booked on a daily basis during your stay.