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Activity Experiences

Glamping with your mates on Trannish Island

Type

Short Break

Price

From £8.00  (Convert)

£80.00 for Exclusive Use of Bothy

About the Experience

'Glamping' or Glamorous camping is a growing global phenomenon which combines camping with some of the amenities of a home/hotel.

Tranish Island is a large island on Upper Lough Erne which is a great base to start from on a short mini adventure break around Upper Lough Erne. The island has an old stone cottage that has recently been totally revamped.

With a cosy wood burning stove, toilets, showers and camping platforms to sleep on, this is definitely a bit more salubrious than your average camp site.

A group of mates can enjoy a weekend away from it all and hire the Bothy for exclusive use for just £80 per night. Share can also provide a range of Canoes/Kayaks for hire to help with access to the island.

This haven produces a relaxing atmosphere away from other distractions to read a good book, practice photography or develop a work of art. Or use it as a stopover point to BBQ and enjoy a few beers after a hard days paddling when exploring the Lough Erne Canoe Trail.

Check out this video for a sneak peek inside the bothy:

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=f1Az6Ds_BPQ

For more information please contact reception@sharevillage.org or call 02867722122

Contact Us
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Share Discovery Village

221 Lisnaskea Rd Shanaghy Lisnaskea
+44(0)28 6772 2122

Directions from Lisnaskea: Enter Lisnaskea and turn at the Spar Supermarket following the B127 to Derrylin. Travel 3 miles and the Share Discovery Village is on the right hand side.

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