Derriens Farmhouse rests on a working farm in the idyllic countryside of Letterbreen in County Fermanagh.
With a homely décor and a Smart TV, along with stunning views and adapted access and a wet room for wheelchair users and those with limited mobility, this property is ideal for those who want to feel thoroughly immersed in the farmland scenery, while still enjoying home comforts.
On arrival, ramp access invites you in, where you will find a traditional farmhouse kitchen fit with a dining table where you can plan your days out and an oil Stanley range, giving the property a true home-from-home feel.
From here, make your way to the sitting room and snuggle up in front of the electric fire while you watch a film on the Smart TV.
Make your way to the ground-floor bedroom, a spacious room with a king-size, next door to a wet room with a shower seat, making the ground-floor accessible and the home ideal for a multi-generational family.
Completing the ground floor is another shower room where you can freshen up after a day of wandering the picture-perfect countryside.
Upstairs, three more bedrooms rest, including two more king-size rooms, one of which has plenty of storage and a dressing table area, and a twin, which is ideal for children or friends sharing.
Outside, admire the views as you eat lunch out on the patio, or perhaps savour your morning coffee in the crisp morning air at the picnic table.
Venture outside of the farmhouse with a trip to the nearby Hanging Rock, cascading waters just a short drive from the house, or to Marble Arch Caves, where you travel the UNESCO World Heritage Site caves by boat or on foot!
For a more challenging day out, make your way to the Cuilcagh Boardwalk Trail for a steep walk through pastures and bog with lovely views of Northern Ireland's varying terrains.
Or for somewhere closer you can walk along to the nearby Lower Lough MacNean to enjoy a relaxing stroll.
Enniskillen is a historic town within reach and is well known for its beautiful countryside and its many attractions, including Enniskillen Castle Museums, the National Trust's Castle Coole, St. Michael's Church, and Portora Castle; there are also many excellent shopping and dining options in the town, making it a great place to spend a day or weekend.
Experience the beauty and tranquillity of Ballyconnell; from the charming canal walk to the wonderful Seamus Heaney HomePlace, there is something for everyone in this delightful town.
Don't forget to explore Moyola Park and Moneyglass Estate – two of the most popular local attractions.
Other attractions such as the Walk Way To Heaven and Marbel Arch caves are around a 10 minute drive away.
Derriens Farmhouse is a peaceful escape for a break with loved ones.