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Canoeing and kayaking in Northern Ireland

Lough Erne is one of the best places to canoe in Northern Ireland, with its winding channels and scattered islands. It even as a canoe trail for you to follow.

Once you're done with being active then settle down in one of our holiday cottages in the area and enjoy home comforts again.

Canoeing along Lough Erne

Lough Erne

The lakes of Lough Erne are made up of rocky bays, narrow channels and scattered islands. It even has a canoe trail so you can start and finish in the same place. Go 'island hopping' along the calm waters of Upper Lough and stop off at the bustling villages that dot the shoreline.

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Erne View, Crom, County Fermanagh, Northern Ireland

Erne View 

Erne View is the largest in a line of terraced cottages. It overlooks Lough Erne and is just a hundred metres from the jetty so bring your own canoe along.

Alder Cottage, County Fermanagh

Alder Cottage 

Alder Cottage sits in a courtyard on the Crom Estate. It's surrounded by ancient woodlands and ruins on the shores of Lough Erne.

Orchard View, Northern Ireland

Orchard View 

On the same terrace as Erne View is this three-bedroom cottage. It has an interconnecting door with Willow Cottage which is ideal for family get-togethers.

The first double bedroom at The Slipway, Croyde, Devon

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