News | March 21st, 2018
Looking for Group Accommodation for a Family get together, Group Celebration or just a catch up with friends?
Blessingbourne Estate is situated just outside the lovely village of Fivemiletown, 30 minutes from both Omagh and the Sperrin Mountains and Enniskillen and the stunning Fermanagh Lakelands. The Estate itself is 550 acres in size and includes a private lake and a working farm with horses, cows, goats and even a few peacocks roaming around the grounds.
There are 13km of mountain bike trails and 4km of walking trails for guests to enjoy as well as fishing and tours of our House and Carriage Museum. The Estate is owned by Colleen and Nicholas Lowry who live in Blessingbourne House with their family and are always on hand to ensure the most personal welcome to Estate guests.
The accommodation on the Estate consists of 6 separate units sleeping 24-26 guests. Our most popular product is our beautiful 5 star Gate Lodge, a quaint little three bedroom cottage situated at the entrance of the Estate beside our own private lake, Lough Fadda.
Moving on to our 300 year old courtyard area, you will find four Apartments, Holly, Ivy, Cherry and Laurel which each have two bedrooms and sleep 4/5 and finally our Stables Apartment which has one bedroom, sleeping up to 3. All Apartments are self-catering and have kitchens, living/dining areas and private bathrooms. We have recently been awarded the prestigious Northern Ireland Tourism Award for Best Self-Catering Accommodation in Northern Ireland.
If you are interested in getting together as a group during your stay , then we have the perfect spaces for you to do so. Our 300 year old Coach House is also located in the Courtyard area and is used for small weddings, functions and parties and is available to hire to guests.
We also have the log cabin which is a more relaxed and budget friendly option, ideal for BBQs and family birthday parties. Both can be set up and decorated however you please and you are welcome to bring in outside caterers.
*Gate Lodge picture credit – Emma, LittleWoodLife / Amble and Ash