Tucked away on the edge of a secluded bay on the eastern shores of Upper Lough Erne, nesles an exclusive holiday village set in around 20 acres of woodland. Native birds & animals, Native Flowers, Native Trees – Like the bog oak.
The Fermanagh Lakelands & Inland Waterways which are warmed by the gulf stream and Atlantic winds, on the southwest corner of Northern Ireland, lies a land of winding lanes and patchwork fields that families have farmed for generations.
Marina & Charter Boats Concept
If you do not own a boat, why not hire one from the Derryad Marina. Full training provided to get you underway on Europe’s most extensive inland waterway. The 80 Boat Marina, located within a secure and safe excavated harbour on the foreshore with floating pontoons, static jetties and a pump-out sewage system
Hotel & Development Concept
Proposed future 20 bedroom country house hotel will be the focus of the Derryad Country Park and Holiday Village. Beautiful westerly views over Shannaghy Bay to Knockninny and the Cuilcagh Mountains, its stunning elevated location would make it the year round base from which to explore the Ulster lakeland.
There is a suitable site to accommodate such a proposed new South Fermanagh 3-4 star boutique hotel, subject to obtaining future planning permission – as an important key stone element within the overall 20 acre Derryad Country Park project.
Self-catering Leisure Village of traditional Irish Cottages, will appeal to everybody who enjoys the freedom to come and go as they please withing a high quality gated development on the shores of Upper Lough Erne.