Our Enniskillen Get-a-way

Happy Sunday!

I hope you have had the loveliest, chilled weekend with loved ones! After walking the length of ourselves around Glenariff Forest Park today, Carl and I are tucked up on the sofa relaxing – boy we are unfit! We are a little down in the dumps though, thinking about this time last week, when we were curled up on the sofa in our beautiful lakeside cabin adjoining Killyhevlin Hotel in Enniskillen.

If you follow my social media, you will know that we were really looking forward to the trip. Carl and I have wanted to go for a VERY long time and after a stressful few weeks it was well needed. The pictures looked incredible and reviews from friends and family were just as great so we couldn’t wait.

When we arrived we couldn’t believe how incredible the cabins were. The glass fronted building looks out over the lake with breathtaking views from ear to ear. Each morning we stepped out over the threshold onto our own private decking area and took in the views of the lake and passing boats – it couldn’t have been any more relaxing. I love cooking, and being able to cook whilst looking out over the water suited me perfectly.

The lodges are equipped with everything you would need whilst self-catering. From a dishing water to cooking utensils, pots and pans to tea bags, we were well catered for. This was the first time we had been self-catering on a Northern Ireland break and we found it so much easier with having Annie. Taking a one-year-old away comes with its own challenges but she loved waking up every morning and pulling out the hoover. I did become a little obsessed with the in-house G Tech Cordless hoover the lodges have (as did Annie!) which led to us fighting over it most of the time. I have definitely asked Santa for one and I’ll be adding a toy hoover to Annie’s Santa list so she will leave my new one alone!

You can check out the one I am talking about here & thank me later: https://amzn.to/2P1BXPI

Before going away, we decided we wanted to go somewhere new in Enniskillen each day. After getting married there 4 years ago, we realised that we knew very little about the quaint town as we had always just stayed in our hotels. We soaked up as many events, walking trips and National Trusts sights as we could during our short stay ad even had time for a little boat trip along Lough Erne! Enniskillen is filled with National Trust buildings and sightseeing potential – Annie especially loved Castle Coole where she thought she should move in.

The lodges are fantastic and if you love water or just want someone to stay with family with spectacular views then I would highly recommend the lodges! We already can’t wait to revisit them again in the new year!

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