The area is one of outstanding natural beauty and serenity with Inishclare being just one of the islands which can be found along the shores of picturesque Lough Erne. Old Inishclare meant “woody island” and probably received its name from the dense forest of trees which would have once covered the island. Today most of the forest has been cut down to be replaced by green pasture and the island has since been renamed “Horse Island”.
An island close to the houses is an area of special scientific interest and is an RSPB reserve – ideal for bird watchers and children.
The larger Cottage sleeps up to 7 people comfortably, enjoying high standards of modernisation with two shower rooms.
- Bedroom downstairs (can sleep 3) with ensuite shower room
- 2 Bedrooms upstairs (sleeping 4)
- 1 Shower room upstairs
- Kitchen (with dishwasher and washer/dryer)
- Lounge (with colour TV)
- Patio Area