Meet The Lowrys , the family behind Blessingbourne Estate

Meet the Lowry’s

Dating back to the 17th century, Blessingbourne Estate has been in the same family for several generations. Present owners Colleen and Nicholas Lowry live in Blessingbourne House at the heart of the Estate, along with their two sons Calum and Rory as well as their animal family which includes Horses, Peacocks, Goats, Chickens and Dogs.

Visitors and guests alike experience a now infamous warm Blessingbourne welcome from Colleen and Nick who greet everyone on arrival.

Nick and Colleen Lowry at Blessingbourne Estate county fermanagh tyrone northern ireland country house venue lakes pet friendly holiday homes northern ireland

Nick can be found on the working farm herding the Aberdeen Angus Beef Cattle, bringing a new lamb into the world or chasing chickens! He also is your go to ‘bike hire’ man with knowledge and expertise in allocating guests and visitors the right bike for their needs.

Nick’s two right hand men Calum and Rory also love to help out on the Estate and working farm. Rory is a keen Mountain biker.

As in all walks of life behind every man is a great woman and Colleen really has it all! Her infectious enthusiasm for the outdoors and warm welcome instantly make guests feel right at home. Colleen plays a pivotal role in the existing estate life with business development ideas, operational management combined with sales and marketing as well as excelling in the kitchen!

 

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