The five-star Lough Erne Resort has received high praise by The Sunday Times, being named as its “favourite hotel in Northern Ireland” in its recent article.
Aptly titled, ‘Every hotel we stayed in this year and what we thought’, the article praises both the sumptuous elegance of the resort, and the kindly, gentle warmth of the local people and staff. The prestigious resort suites were likened to ‘large apartments’ and the journalist drew particular attention to the four-poster beds and stone balconies with picture-perfect views over the lough.
The resort is renowned by foodies far and wide for its luxury fine-dining offering, led by executive chef Noel McMeel and his expert culinary team. Noel’s passion for local produce shines through in all the resort menus, including the recent menu addition of sustainably-sourced honey from a hive in his own garden. The use of local Abernethy butter (served at the royal wedding, no less) got a special mention, as did the resort’s delightful handmade curried soda bread.
William Kirby, General Manager at Lough Erne Resort said:
“We are delighted to be called the Sunday Times’ favourite hotel in Northern Ireland. We strive to provide our guests with home-from-home familiarity with all the added luxury expected from a five-star resort. We’re incredibly lucky to be situated in the beautiful surroundings of the Fermanagh Lakelands, giving our guests access to charming walks, spectacular views and unique golf courses.
This recent accolade is testament to the hard work and dedication of our staff to ensuring every guest of the resort experiences VIP luxury, without having to sacrifice on traditional Northern Irish warmth and hospitality.”