Nestled amongst the rural countryside of Northern Ireland, in Crocknacreevy, rests this wonderful single-storey holiday home, Derryallen View.
Framing spectacular views of the surrounding countryside and enjoying a spacious yet homely interior, Derryallen View makes an idyllic base for a group for six seeking a rural retreat.
A spacious driveway greets you at the foot of this lovely dwelling, making unloading your belongings and making the most of your time away an easy task.
A lengthy journey calls for rest, so remove any coats and shoes as you step inside your new home-from-home and unwind with a moment of peace in front of the television in the snug sitting room, gently warming your toes with the glow of the open fire in the cooler months.
The contemporary kitchen/diner is well-equipped with a range of amenities to assist the designated chef in preparing tasty dishes, and the elegant breakfast bar provides a sociable spot to share a glass of wine before tucking-in at the dining table.
If the weather is nice, why not make mealtimes an alfresco affair and dine out amongst the scenic greenery of your private garden?
As the skies grow darker, retreat indoors to catch your rest in one of three well-presented bedrooms, consisting of two doubles and a family room, each offering ample storage space to unpack your belongings and make yourself at home.
Servicing the property is a family bathroom, stylishly tiled throughout and equipped with both a bath and a walk-in shower, giving guests the choice between a blissful soak and a revitalising rinse.
The slow flowing waters of Upper Lough Erne rest a short distance away from Derryallen View, providing a truly idyllic setting to enjoy a leisurely stroll alongside its banks, whilst those looking for a more exhilarating experience may prefer to visit Fermanagh Extreme and try their hand at rock climbing, caving or scrambling.
Following a day of adventure, take a break from doing the cooking and head to the nearby village of Derrylin and indulge in a bite to eat at Blake’s Bar on the Main Street, or venture further afield and head into the heart of Enniskillen, the largest town in the county, where you're sure to find something to suit all tastes and budgets.
Whilst in Enniskillen, be sure to tour the fascinating displays of local history at Enniskillen Castle Museums, test your swing at Enniskillen Golf Club, or board a water taxi and explore the delights of Devenish Island, famed as one of the most significant monastic sites in Ireland.
Not far from the property is the Cuicagh Boardwalk Trail (also known as the Stairway to Heaven) which is a great walk through the mountains situated within the Marble Arch Caves.
For a good day out take a trip to the village of Florencecourt, home to one of Fermanagh's most famous historic houses, Florence Court House and the landscaped grounds of Florencecourt walled garden.
Also whilst there take a visit to Tully Mill Restaurant in Florencecourt itself for a fantastic meal to enjoy.
Discover the spectacular beauty of Northern Ireland with a stay at Derryallen View.