Lusty Beg | County Fermanagh | Boat Trips | Island Accommodation | Food & Drinks

July 20, 2017

Lusty Beg Island, County Fermanagh

Lusty Beg Island is the perfect island sanctuary set in the heartlands of the Fermanagh Lakelands. 

 

Lusty Beg cabins, chalets, lodges and rooms

It truly is a stunning place to visit as a guest or a day visitor. You can stay in the comfortable chalets lodges or a room or a cabin with a view over the lakes.

 

As you can see from our in the video above, we stayed on the island for two days and really hit the weather jackpot on out trip. It was a touch of the Mediterranean on the lake shores of Fermanagh, Northern Ireland.

 

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Lusty Beg Island Spa

There is a wonderful swimming pool and facility on the island.

 

The cabin accommodation was very stylish indeed with a fresh modern design coupled with the feel of being at one with nature staying a cabin in the woods. The cabin had a nice seated decking with a view over the lake, right in the middle of a wood – earthly, green foliage with a splendid vocal performance from the birds and wildlife.

 

The bar and restaurant area really was splendid in the warm July sunshine – lots of choice of food and drinks kept all fed and refreshed.

 

Lusty Beg Island | County Fermanagh

 

Weddings at Lusty Beg

Lusty Beg is available for weddings and corporate events.

 

It sure is a unique experience to invite your friends and family onto an island to celebrate the nuptials – it really is something very different and is a wonderful experience for the the newly wed couple and all their guests. 

 

Our visit to Lusty Beg Island on social media below.

 

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If you have never been to Lusty Beg, it is well worth a visit to Boa island and County Fermanagh.

 

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